Posted by specialK October 02, 2012

Turkish artist/illustrator Ali Gulec produces a line of original illustrations under the name ikiiki. Through ikiiki, Gulec's illustrations are featured on t-shirts, phone cases, bags & prints. Despite the crazy amount of skulls in his work, Gulec's creations are fun, light and sometimes a little weird. Here are some designs that are available for prints and t-shirts.

I included the psychedelic wolf just for Erica. Check out Ali Gulec's ikiiki website for more of these fun illustrations & cool t-shirts. 

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