Often in life you come to a crossroads, at which point you can either take the safe road or the risky one, but either way, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are coming with. Taking the risky path to dress up your digs, Derek Ring Illustration
Having foresaken the world of advertising design to go pro as a graphic illustrator, DR's a Clark U grad/Woo-based artist and character designer with "an abnormal brain" that rocks a haunting action-packed collection of comic prints, tees, and skate decks depicting an eclectic array of zombies, monsters, robots, and half-naked chicks -- also your answer to the Jeopardy question, name four things that have slept with Charlie Sheen. Colorful prints include a fresh rendition of the classic bow-tie and hat-topped purple Boo Berry ghost enjoying a bowl of cereal; an interior glimpse into an old time 20,000 Leagues-esque dragon-shaped robot pedal submarine; and one piece that showcases a zombie in front of a giant larva-ridden heart reaching around and grabbing a smiling woman's breasts, called Yummy, proving that ghosts aren't the only ones who enjoy boo(b) berry. For more wearable art, there're tees like the angry winged red/yellow Supermonkey with flames coming off of its head; a bikini-clad woman standing on the back of a wild T-Rex; and a white short-sleeve of an icicle covered brain with two eyes, punningly dubbed Brainfreeze -- also the name of a lesser known DC villain whose only power was to momentarily cause you to rub your forehead and complain.
If you're clamoring for more (and why wouldn't you!), DR's peddlin' both a tie and sweet canvas lace-up sneaks painted w/ the face of a zombie, as well as a line of skate decks that includes a Mexican monster-under-a-mask Chupacamaro and a buxom red topless she-devil fittingly named Devil Girl Rising -- a solid purchase if you have no one with whom to get Bizzee.