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Working on Reworking

Cars can be resurrected. I think illustrations can, too. I do have one such drawing I did a few years ago that wasn’t originally designed to be silkscreened onto a shirt, so I’d like to fix it up so I

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Thank Hank

With change comes change, so we’re gonna change some stuff! We are going to simplify some stuff with the Cranky brand. The first thing is all of the designs are going to be featured on black shirts. As Henry Ford

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Cranky

February 3, 1994. For a car guy, February 3, 1994 was either the worst day or a blessing in disguise. On my way home from school that day (Grade 12), my first real car went out with a bang. I

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Silent Night

‘Tis the season to be busy. I haven’t written in a few days, as things have been getting increasingly insane with the holidays approaching. Not that I have holidays. I had to shovel the driveway three times on Monday and

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My First Car

I’ve always been into cars. As long as I can remember, I have loved cars. In fact, “car” was my first spoken word. Over the years I have drawn many cars, collected many toy cars, and owned a few real

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