“Tarman” Art Print and T-Shirt by William Stout

Fright Rags and William Stout will pay homage to one of my favorite movies of all time today, Return of the Living Dead.  The “Tarman” print is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 100, and will be $40.  The t-shirt will be available in virtually all sizes, has an edition of 200, and will be $24.95.  You can also order both for only $54.95.  This project is particularly cool because Stout was the original production designer on the film.  Everything goes up today (Wednesday, March 3rd) at 10am EST.  Visit Fright-Rags.com.

Thanks to Dread Central for digging up the photos.

12 Responses to ““Tarman” Art Print and T-Shirt by William Stout”

  1. diggin the shirt/print combo!

  2. Nice looking print. Love Return of the Living Dead!

    Although a little note to the artist sign and # your prints in pencil that silver sharpie marker is super distracting.

  3. On black: cool.

    Silver sharpie marker: ok in my book – to each his own!

  4. Sick ass print!!! I think I’m gonna scoop this and the shirt together.

  5. Just heard that these are more than half gone.

  6. Wow! I need that shirt!

  7. shame the shirt sizes are depleted , but what a bargain for a Stout screenprint !

  8. Oh wow the poster sold out and the shirts are almost gone as well. I had no idea this was gonna be so hot. Glad I got in early and snagged a print and a medium shirt!
    I had never heard off this company before but they have some seriously RAD horror shirts available. I feel I’m gonna burn some dollars with these guys in the future 🙂

  9. So glad I snagged one of these sets before they sold out.

  10. to late :((((((((((
    stupid job

  11. Snagged a print but not a shirt. Kinda bummed. Stoked that it sold so well.
    I like this series over others because the art (and shirts) don’t fall into the sameness that runs rampant with shirt design. It doesn’t look like a rejected threadless design for some band.

  12. Oh shoot, can’t believe my bad luck, I understand why they sold out so fast. Any word if there is going to be a second run? Tarman was my favorite ZOmbie of all time!

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