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Glenn Jones is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. He has over 17 years of experince in the design industry focusing on packaging, corporate identity and illustration.ย After his massive success on Threadless.com, he decided to take this business seriously and design t-shirts for a living. Today he runs a range of t-shirts at Glennz Tee.

To honor his success and creativity we decided to present to you some of his most popular works. To make it more convinient for you, all the images are linked to the t-shirt purchase page. We also provided links below of the artist, in case you would like to check out more of his works.

If you enjoyed this collection, feel free to share your thoughts with us below!

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24 Comments

  1. Cool !

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  2. Woow…, Great Collection…

  3. great stuff., love the Prime golf cart

  4. Amazing list, I am definitely gonna buy few of them!! Thanks for the share! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Some of them are truly funny, lol.

  6. Haha! These are cool, I love the battleships one! =)

  7. Freaking love this stuff. The Flash is great, the Escher designs are clever, and I love the attitude. These are shirts I would actually wear.

  8. That’s just awesome ! The ideas are simple, but the application is genius.

  9. your ideas are simply brilliant, glenn….thanks and do please keep coming up with them!

  10. Hahahah, so cool stuff! Love “bataman or pizza red phone”:)
    Intelligent work. Congra!

  11. Very good stuff…makes “a picture is worth a 1000 words” seem more obvious than ever!

  12. great selection of tees. glen is a super talented designer

  13. Hey hey! Well now, this was awkward: I saw a guy wearing a Bruce Lee tee shirt the other day, which looked super cool. He (the man, not Bruce) had a real vintage thing going on, but looked approachable, so I stopped him and asked where he got it from.

    Ummm, he didn’t speak a word of English – how was I to know! It was an awkward situation, but funny nonetheless. Anyway, he was with a bunch of tourists, and their bilingual guide came to my rescue! Err, phew!

    Anyway, I got my answer and then got away! The next time you stop a complete stranger in the street to asked about their tee shirt , make sure there’s a translator close by, just in case!

  14. Wow, great way to see things!
    I would like to see 45 more.

    gz
    _Spazz

  15. Gustavo Pohlod May 26, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    Muito masssa
    Vem comigo @gusuavopohlod
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