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Pease’s Fancy Artwork Now on Mugs & Shirts

Kevin Godbee
Gregory L. Pease is best known for his wonderful pipe tobacco concoctions, but he is actually a man of many talents.
He is a gourmet chef, wine connoisseur, professional photographer, lead guitarist, cigar aficionado, marshal arts expert, and ballroom dancer. Ok, I made up the ballroom dancer part, but the rest is true. I wouldn’t be surprised if he had some other talents I didn’t know about yet, but the guy is definitely a Renaissance Man. As it turns out, he is actually pretty good at Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator as well, and has turned his interest in pipes into some great original graphic designs—which are now available on t-shirts and mugs.

Here are two new graphics created by Greg "Renaissance Man" Pease –

Both of the above pieces of art are available on t-shirts, and the pipe anatomy is also available on coffee mugs.

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Pease also designs all of his own tin art, and many of the designs are now available on two different size coffee mugs. Below are just some of the designs.

Check out all of the items here: http://www.cafepress.com/glpmugs

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  • C
  • April 26, 2012
Ah, merchandizing! I've got a few ideas of my own! :)
  • G
  • April 26, 2012
Bring 'em on! I'm always interested in new ideas!
  • P
  • April 27, 2012
Hi Greg!
Love the post-modern-hippie "Ceci n'est pas une pipe"!
What is the pipe on the design?
Anyway, I read that Kevin says that you are a martial arts expert.
What style did you practice ?
Warm regards from Indonesia, finally we got a taste of your awesome work!
  • H
  • April 27, 2012
Great anatomy design. Any more info on that design on a coffee mug? Color, size, price, etc.? Thanks for the info.
  • K
  • April 27, 2012
@Hoguemeister - Click the Pipe Anatomy picture, or see the last line of the article with the link ... Check out all of the items here: http://www.cafepress.com/glpmugs
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    Tony Suvie
  • April 30, 2012
I am interested to see mugs offered with the graphic on the opposite side of a mug. For instance, a right handed person would obviously hanlde the mug with the handle to the right mostly. With that in mind I would like to see the graphic on the OTHER side so that when having coffee with friends and or family I can 'show' you off better.
  • R
  • May 2, 2012
I'm still waiting for the action figures! Kung-fu grip, tobacco presses, blending tumblers, flue barns...whole playsets, compatible with Barbie even!
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