alcreed:

NEW to the AL CREED 8-BIT T-shirt Store, The 8-Bit IT Crowd! 
CLICK HERE TO BUY!

I’ve noticed that a lot of people are reblogging my 8-Bit IT Crowd T-Shirt ad with the additional comment “I NEED THIS SHIRT!”  Well, you’re in luck, the t-shirt IS available to purchase!  And it would look absolutely wonderful on your torso!  Just CLICK THIS LINK RIGHT HERE and you are one step closer to owning this very garment!  

alcreed:

NEW to the AL CREED 8-BIT T-shirt Store, The 8-Bit IT Crowd! 

CLICK HERE TO BUY!

I’ve noticed that a lot of people are reblogging my 8-Bit IT Crowd T-Shirt ad with the additional comment “I NEED THIS SHIRT!”  Well, you’re in luck, the t-shirt IS available to purchase!  And it would look absolutely wonderful on your torso!  Just CLICK THIS LINK RIGHT HERE and you are one step closer to owning this very garment!  

AUGUST: 31 DAYS OF 8-BIT

I want to do a drawing a day for the month of August, as a fun little challenge for myself.  So, I’m open to suggestions!

Is there is a drawing you’d like to suggest?



Last week, it was on TNA Impact.  This week, it’s on WWE NXT.  HO-LEE CRAP, YOU GUYS, MY 8-BIT WRESTLERS T-SHIRT IS *EVERYWHERE!*

Last week, it was on TNA Impact.  This week, it’s on WWE NXT.  HO-LEE CRAP, YOU GUYS, MY 8-BIT WRESTLERS T-SHIRT IS *EVERYWHERE!*

AL CREED 8-BIT T-SHIRTS:  You put them on your upper body!
Somehow, some golf tournament is on my television, so of course my mind immediately went to Happy Gilmore, the greatest golfer of my generation.

Somehow, some golf tournament is on my television, so of course my mind immediately went to Happy Gilmore, the greatest golfer of my generation.

SO.  A t-shirt I designed was seen on TNA Impact Wrestling this evening.  My art was seen on national television.  Holy crap.From what I can tell, this guy was pretty much on screen for the entire broadcast, but had this pretty sweet closeup early into the show.  I am just so blown away right now.  My art was on televised wrestling.If you want to look as awesome as this guy, BUY MY T-SHIRT AT BARBERSHOPWINDOW.COM!! :D

SO.  A t-shirt I designed was seen on TNA Impact Wrestling this evening.  My art was seen on national television.  Holy crap.

From what I can tell, this guy was pretty much on screen for the entire broadcast, but had this pretty sweet closeup early into the show.  I am just so blown away right now.  My art was on televised wrestling.

If you want to look as awesome as this guy, BUY MY T-SHIRT AT BARBERSHOPWINDOW.COM!! :D

8-Bit ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic (modern)This week, Weird Al Yankovic released a new (and possibly his last) album called “Mandatory Fun.”  To promote this album, he embarked on a genius marketing strategy: release eight music videos in eight days.  Three days in, and every music video so far has been a smash hit, and his album is #1 on iTunes.  Weird Al is trending big time, which is remarkable for an artist who has been doing this for over 30 years!
When it comes to satire, all of us are but amateurs, while Weird Al Yankovic is The Master.

8-Bit ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic (modern)

This week, Weird Al Yankovic released a new (and possibly his last) album called “Mandatory Fun.”  To promote this album, he embarked on a genius marketing strategy: release eight music videos in eight days.  Three days in, and every music video so far has been a smash hit, and his album is #1 on iTunes.  Weird Al is trending big time, which is remarkable for an artist who has been doing this for over 30 years!

When it comes to satire, all of us are but amateurs, while Weird Al Yankovic is The Master.

8-Bit ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic (1980s-1990s)

8-Bit ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic (1980s-1990s)

To mark his official arrival into the WWE Family, here’s 8-Bit Sting!  

To mark his official arrival into the WWE Family, here’s 8-Bit Sting!  

18 years ago today, the nWo was formed, a group that both saved, and then killed WCW (in real life), ushering in an era of pro wrestling that was endlessly fascinated with “COOL” bad guys.  

18 years ago today, the nWo was formed, a group that both saved, and then killed WCW (in real life), ushering in an era of pro wrestling that was endlessly fascinated with “COOL” bad guys.