chriswatson

Silkscreen, Giclee Prints, T-Shirts by Chris Watson

Glasgow, United Kingdom · 73 Sales

chriswatson

Silkscreen, Giclee Prints, T-Shirts by Chris Watson

Glasgow, United Kingdom 73 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   I love drawing and writing, adventures, good times with friends, music, riding and tinkering with old motorcycles and racing bicycles. I'm an illustrator for magazines & books, a hand letterer and graphic designer for hire, check out my other work here: http:www.chriswatson.cc
http:www.chris-watson.tumblr.com
http://instagram.com/chriswatsoncc/

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 12, 2015

I love drawing and writing, adventures, good times with friends, music, riding and tinkering with old motorcycles and racing bicycles. I'm an illustrator for magazines & books, a hand letterer and graphic designer for hire, check out my other work here: http:www.chriswatson.cc
http:www.chris-watson.tumblr.com
http://instagram.com/chriswatsoncc/

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Which Style Are You? Cycling Giclee print 1/100
$38.68

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Alisoun Bienhoff

Alisoun Bienhoff on Feb 29, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Love this print-mailed promptly and arrived well packaged . Really interesting selection on Chris Watsons site. Look him up.

Vilko

Vilko on Feb 8, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

A very high quality print. I would certainly recommend this sellers work.

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About

I make drawings that tell stories, some of them are made into prints or t-shirts in this shop

This shop is for prints about things I enjoy, bikes with style, good music, good company and all that. I'm an illustrator for magazines & books, a hand letterer and graphic designer for hire, commisioned worldwide in music, fashion and publishing. Recently I've rebranded a brewery, designed a whisky label , handlettered two fonts for a big American ad agency and illustrated a series of childrens books.
In 2002 I started my own tee-shirt label "Ton Up Press", inspired by the ton up kids who customised their clothes and motorcycles with a pioneering DIY spirit. Shows at Cinch and Tatty Devine in London were followed by orders from independent stores around the world like Colette in Paris and Favor Clothing in Japan.

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Last updated on March 11, 2011

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