This is a angry, angry boy... and this is his dog.
Front and back T-shirt silkscreens created by Ben Olander in 1988 (I think). Ben and I designed and sold T-shirts in the late 80's based on our own designs. Over time I think we must have sold about 100,000 T-shirts of this Angry Boy design.
Ben is (among) the most talented people I've ever known.
He drew giant comic images directly on silkscreens with waterproof glue. Then we'd do the worst possible silkscreen job, leaving ink and fingerprints all over the front and back of the shirt, which we also covered with layers of other images. The effect was chaotic, punk rock, beautiful.
I was more interested in photocopying scissors and wrenches and stuff like that, blowing them up and then shrinking them and then blowing them up again on those giant yellow Xerox machines until the images degraded to almost nothing. An effect you could only really get on an old copy machine.
Ben's stuff sold much better than mine.