Posted by specialK January 14, 2013

Mikey Anderson takes his favorite pop culture characters and "zombifies" them. The colorful, crazy zombie characters are then made into patches that can be stitched on a jacket, backpack, or anywhere! Mikey has also used the zombie characters for key chains and tank-tees. Mikey's inspiration clearly comes from cartoons; " I always preferred colorful Nickelodeon cartoons to playing sports. Fortunately all of those hours in front of the television screen have flooded my imagination with crazy creatures and questionable storylines." You can see all of Mikey Anderson's creations on his Etsy site "Yarnies" . While you're there check out Mikey's plush toys. They are so cute! 


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