You might know Mike Perry from his bright coloured, fun doodles who just happen to pop up everywhere. Perry is one of these guys who seems to have creativity pouring out of him at any time, resulting in a variety of artwork: from murals to animations to sculptures and so on.
With our new Face This collection you’ll be able to get your own piece of Mike Perry art, as we’re happy to announce that he collaborated with us for our new line of tees. Get to know the artist as we take you along some of his finest pieces of art!
Comedy’s Central Broad City
When asked to make the 7 seconds intro for this Comedy Central tv-show, Mike Perry made several options, resulting in the directors of the show wanting to use them all. Every show has a different intro, made out of 160 individual drawings each time. Did you know Perry’s studio won an Emmy for the episode ‘Mushrooms’ featuring an 8 minute animated clip?
Mike Perry x The Knicks
Even if you’re not into basketball, Mike Perry makes it fun with his jaw dropping posters for New York’s basketball team The Knicks.
Mike Perry might be the king of lettering and his distinctive hand-drawn lettering style can be found on many of his works.
Murals of the artist
Why stick to a piece of paper when you can cover an entire wall? Love Thy Neighborhood.
Mike Perry x Shafa (8) from Lombok
8 year old Shafa made a drawing about her favorite spot in Senggigi: the beach. Using Shafa’s drawing and giving it a whirl with his own unique style, Mike Perry made a one of a kind t-shirt print for Face This. Lookin back on this collab, Perry tells: “Any chance I get to collaborate with a young person is a great one.” The proceeds of the T-shirt will help renovate Shafa’s school which was heavily damaged after the earthquakes of 2018.
About Face This tees
Face This T-shirts are creative collaborations between awesome artists and Indonesian school kids. The designers incorporate kids drawing in their own particular style. With the proceeds of the tees, we support the schools of the kids. Curious about the places that inspired the drawings? If you visit Lombok you’ll be able to go on a hiking tour through all these spots, curated by the kids.