Our latest designer profile looks at the funny and original printed T-shirts designed by Glennz – as seen on TV’s The Big Bang Theory!
Working in the graphic design industry for over 20 years, Glennz has designed everything from corporate identities to packaging. But it’s his amusing printed T-shirts that we’re going to showcase here today.
Glennz Printed T-Shirts
This is just a small selection of our favourite T-shirt designs made by the geeky genius that is Glennz. All are available to buy right now from his online store.
Just how will future generations look back at these short tempered birds?
Pac-Man sushi? Only Space Invaders vodka jelly shots or Call of Duty crisps could possibly compete with such delicious gamer grub.
This is such a great idea that gamers have actually asked Glennz to make the real thing. Think I’d go for dim sum and dip, spicy Thai prawn crackers, can of Starbucks Doubleshot Espresso and packet of Cadbury chocolate buttons for my fully loaded Xbox One joypad. How about you?
As commercial printers, of course we’re going to love this T-shirt. It’s also nice to see that squidy uses the proper CMYK method of inking.
Let’s hope this sic-fi image doesn’t give you nightmares… or monster munchies.
This hot bowl of fresh mushroom soup is simply Smurf-licious!
Nice to see our own campaign against broccoli’s bad attitude supported by Glennz. This is every kid’s nightmare come true.
Guess we’ve all wished for a Rubik’s Cube reset button at one time or another. One of Glennz other printed T-shirts, Melting Rubiks, was worn by Sheldon during an episode of The Big Bang Theory comedy show on TV. Now there’s the ultimate geek endorsement for any product.
Remember when people had Nokia mobile phones? Snake used to be the game of choice.
More Captain Jack Plug than Captain Jack Sparrow.
Glennz Illustration Process
For his T-shirt designs, Glennz draws with a Wacom tablet using the pen tool in Adobe Illustrator. Sometimes, he first draws a quick rough on screen, then converts it to guides and draws his final illustration on top of that.
This short 3-minute video on Vimeo (time lapsed from over 70 minutes of work) shows exactly how Glennz created the illustration for his Water Bomb Squad T-shirt: