Jim Holloway Art... on a t-shirt!











So I stumbled across this today when looking for some artwork for my game. A Jim Holloway Art on a t-shirt. To be precise, the artwork from B4: The Lost City! The site is done by the artist himself, so if you wanted to know if your shirt was legal. The answer is yes! OK some new gamers might not know who Jim is, so quickly, I did a google search for people out there, and a wiki link came up.






Jim Holloway has continued to produce interior illustrations for many Dungeons & Dragons books and Dragon magazine since 1981, as well as cover art for The Land Beyond the Magic Mirror and Dungeonland (1983), and Mad Monkey vs. the Dragon Claw (1988), the Spelljammer: AD&D Adventures in Space boxed set (1989), Ronin Challenge (1990). He has also produced artwork for many other games including Chill (Pacesetter Ltd), Paranoia (West End Games), Tales from the Floating Vagabond (Avalon Hill), Sovereign Stone (Sovereign Press), and others.


So what's better is if you search through the cafe-press site, you will see more of his artwork that he did, that you can throw on a shirt or mug. How cool is that, having a mug with the B4 artwork on it or a mouse pad with some classic Star Frontiers ships blasting at each other, at the office!




Go to his homepage and click on the shirts, mugs and more link and then pick out your artwork for cafe-press!



Either way, its a win, win here. Check it out!



http://www.jimhollowayart.com/

http://www.cafepress.com/deogolf



Comments

  1. I have never been a fan of Jim Holloway's work. I always associate it when Dragon magazine went downhill and with my dislike of the Monster Manual 2. It just doesn't seem to have the imagination of some of the great TSR artists. But hey, that just my 2 cents.

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