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Trumpzig

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Along time ago I did a drawing of the Crimson ghost skull with Bieber hair. The drawing quickly went around the internet and some people loved it while others hated it. The people who hated it thought it was done by a Bieber fan and that it was serious. The initial idea came from my friend Aaron, but the reason I did it was to poke fun at the current iteration of “The Misfits.” Ever since Danzig left the band in the early 80′s, they’ve been a pile of garbage. I’d say that the current “Misfits” are about as close to the original band as Bieber himself. So… anyway, I put Trump hair on a Crimson ghost. Haters gonna hate.

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After starting his career as a graphic designer at award-winning studios in New England, Chris accidentally became an illustrator. He’s pretty happy about that. This strange transformation was a result of his daily drawing project that he started in late 2007, in fact he’s still posting a new drawing every day.  Chris holds degrees in Visual Communication Design and Art History from the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford, where he is currently pursuing his Masters Degree in Illustration. He has been the recipient of Gold Awards, Silver Awards, Excellence Awards, Judge’s Awards and the Spirit of Creativity Award from the Connecticut Art Director’s Club as well as BoNE awards from the AIGA and a Silver Award from Gaphis. In addition his work has been published in numerous books and publications including Print Magazine and Communication Arts. His client list includes; Converse, Nike, Chronicle Publishing, Boston Magazine, McDonalds, Scholastic, Harvard Business School Publishing, Warner Music Group, Republic Records.

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