Week of October 26th, 2015 | All the Forces in the Galaxy + Dia de los Muertos

The week before Halloween and Dia de los Muertos is always an unproductive one. Everyone pulling together their last minute costumes and wondering which party or how many parties they should go to. Some of you are probably still deciding what you're going to dress up as.  Also Comikaze started today! I'll be there this weekend, wearing my very own "Dia de Princess" shirt in honor of Dia de los Muertos", my love for Star Wars and the great Carrie Fisher. Looks amazing on the vintage steel heather from Teepublic. Gives it this nice vintage soft feel and look. Love it!

So with all this horror and partying on the brain, it's hard to get much done.  I even decided to take a few days off to enjoy the world of sports. Sometimes it helps to just step away from my world and come back into it feeling refreshed, and possibly with some new ideas. 

Don't worry though, I didn't step too far away.  While still enjoying the major sporting events that took place this week, I sat down and did a little recap on what's come out this month. There was at least a new design every week and it was non-stop work, including weekends, but it was all worth it.  I did a small series of Han Solo and Princess Leia, below you'll see how well this duo compliments each other.  "Here to Rescue You" and "Don't Rescue Me" are both available as more than just Tees, check out my Redbubble shop where you'll find stickers, iPhone cases and more.

I also came out with a new style of design I haven't really worked in before, with my Kylo Ren - Sword in the Stone inspired shirt. "Whoso Pulleth this Sword" was a lot fun to work on and definitely a style of design I'll be working on again with future shirts.  This design is available on shirts via my Teepublic shop.

All the shirts this month were a lot of fun to make and I love all the great feedback they received. So last I wanted to recap on my favorite and that's the "Control the Galaxy" Stormtrooper and First Order Stormtrooper mash up.  It's gotten a lot of love and support in the community, and I totally enjoyed seeing it worn on The Comlink a few weeks back, by one of their booth directors. 

It's been fun this month and the closer it gets to The Force Awakens coming out (yes, I got my tickets for Dec. 17th...Whoo!) the more I'm inspired, not only by my love of Star Wars, but all the other talented tee-designers out there as well making it all happen. Don't forget to check out the collection I curated of all these talented people and their Star Wars inspired designs, here.

Stayed tuned for next week. November is here and that means lots Ugly Christmas Sweaters to work on for the holidays.