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Joker vest top by sullen-skrewt Joker vest top by sullen-skrewt
This design is by :iconsarah-l-b: who gave me permission to make a T-shirt (vest top, couldn't find a plain black T-shirt)of it. :)

It's a one-off design so I consider myself extremely lucky to be have this. The large res. design was sent and transfered onto the vest using T-shirt transfer paper (iron on, very easy to use)

The original design is here: [link]

As you see it's a bloody fantastic design and it didn't take much for me to become smitten :)

More photo's can be found in scraps at:

[link]
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apachetears Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2009
So cool! Now I want a t-shirt with that design on it :XD: It's so eye-catching and sharp!
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fuelie Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Coolest. Vest. Ever.

They really need to mass market it.
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jack-haggard Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2008   Traditional Artist
That is such an awesome top! She did a great job on that didn't she? I like how it doesn't just look like a typical tie-in like most tv/movie tops do, ie: character and name.
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sullen-skrewt Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008
I agree. The actual Anarchy design completely blew me away. It's chaotic and perfect for the character. Absolutely love what she did :nod:
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jack-haggard Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008   Traditional Artist
'Twas a great job! You are very lucky to have it :D
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Sarah-L-B Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Damn damn damn I wanna sell shirts!
But ya know...too scared of jail/fines/being kicked off deviantART haha!
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sullen-skrewt Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008
:D I know how you feel. I've read of another deviant artist who sold his Joker art on ebay (which I've done, admittedly) and had his auctions removed when WB decided they didn't like it (which I don't understand as they're not really prints, but one-offs..hey ho) That seems to be the way it is. I don't think they would be likely to contact you unless you were selling a great deal and then they'd probably send you a cease and desist note or something.

I'm not selling my Joker paintings anymore on Ebay, as it's just too risky :( which leaves me with a whole load of paintings that I might have to paint over at some point...it sucks but until the hype on this stuff dies down, there's always a risk of getting collared.

Still, regardless of the Joker subject, your designs alone should sell as they're really eye-catching and unique.

We'll just have to create our art for the pure love of it and remain as the poor artist stereotype :D
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Sarah-L-B Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
The annoying thing is its the one piece that has the most demand. I've learned from experience that people are cheap, but when it comes to fan stuff they'll happily pay out!
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sullen-skrewt Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008
Hahaha, yep, salute that. you can imagine just how much money on merchandizing is made, let alone the profits on the actual movies! I can totally see why that happens though, just to have a character that people are familiar with and love means that you have already established the buying potential before any merch. is created. I'm completely guilty of the whole fandom thing...most of my work is based on movie pop culture and I really wouldn't have the views I get if it wasn't. It just helps that I absolutely love to do it for bugger-all profit :D
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Sarah-L-B Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Same here! Its fun to be original but fan art is the thing most people are going to relate with the most.

The hilarious thing being that the actual Joker himself would most likely encourage us to break the law and peddle bootleg merch :rofl:

I don't suppose "well, you started it!" would stand up in court, would it?
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