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This plush pullover is perfect for the gym, errands or kicking around the house. The midweight fabric makes for a versatile under, over or solo layer. A staple in casual comfort, this classic style is a must-own.
50% cotton/50% polyester | Fabric Weight: 8 oz (midweight)
Soft, plush inside
Adjustable drawstring hood
Ribbed cuffs and waist
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Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
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About this design
Gecko Water Skiing
Gecko Water skiing having fun and throwing up the peace sign.
I create artwork in two very different styles: light and dark, which is an unusual mix. I genuinely enjoy illustrating fun, happy things as much as I enjoy designing dark, creepy things. The result of my work is generally a hybrid blend of both.
My art style tends to be humorous and quirky, and sometimes a bit odd. This makes sense, because my wife says that I am humorous and quirky, and sometimes a bit odd.
My Origin Story:
After graduating from Penn State University, my first full-time gig as an illustrator was for a motorcycle decal manufacturer called XGX Racing. My creative director was a seriously talented illustrator from the video game industry, and I absorbed everything I could. He showed me a lot of the tricks I use today as a digital illustrator, and also taught me how to successfully run a business and manage a team.
Then I got married and moved back to my hometown of State College Pennsylvania, to raise children, and to work for Jostens Printing and Publishing as a book cover il