Ooooh, yesss. Hohoho! Oh wait, did you say something? Sorry, can't hear you over the sound of HOW AWESOME I AM!
I started doing gorillaz stencils witht he initial purpose of spraying them, but all I have is normal paper and I'm way too lazy to go buy some more resistand thick paper and cut the whole thing again, so when I spray a stencil afterwards the paper gets all gurly and I have to take care it dries nice and flat. Which is why I though that if I can't spray it on the streets, I'll make myself some customized hipster clothing. I got one with this stencil : [link]
Now, before you ask: Yes, I'd love to make you one, the thing is that I spray them with my usual graffiti paint and therefore I have no idea if you can wash them. I tried ironing it to make it permanent but the color gets all blothched and the iron gets stains of the color. So I shall see if it can be washed, and then I shall tell you.
Cyborg Noodle belong to jamie hewlett.
--UPDATE 14 june--
ookay, so I checked and the paint I actually have is not really washable, and I've been wearing the shirt for a cupla weeks and the design's fading already. Plus it is superSUPER expensive which would make the shirts super expensive too, and nobody wants to pay lots for a stupid shirt. Soo, what I'm going to do is get myself some really badass fabric paints, so I have more colors to offer and it costs less (I hope). Now I have my last week of school and after that a week of exams, and after THAT I'm all free to concentrate on arts only. Sorry that it won't be earlier, my mother will kill me if I start making shirts now, when its about school marks she can get a little... paranoid. Another thig I'll have to think of is how to get the shirt sizes right, because you never know if a size will actually fit, and there's nothing worse than an uncomfy shirt. Soo, more updates will follow.