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Delirious Dinos

After discovering Redbubble on saturday, I figured I'd make some more designs just for Redbubble, aimed more towards the market that I interpret they bring in. So say Hello to my Delirious Dino Range, which are all made for t-shirts, posters, cards, post cards, framed prints, iPhone/iPod cases, baby grows, hoodies and much more!!

In the range you'll find Tea Rex - for all you tea addicts out there, Pandasaurus - for the Panda obsessed like me out there, Tee Rex - for all those that love their quirky t-shirts, and Geekasaurus - for all my fellow geeks, haha.

Tea Rex is my personal favourite, he was also my first design. I just love him and his vintage little bow tie so much :)

All of them were first drawn with pencil and paper which I then scanned in to bring them over to photoshop, where they were neatened up, colour was added and they were blown up or cropped to the appropriate sizes for the different mediums they are available on.

If you are interested in buying any of my little friends above, then you can find them HERE or you can find them in the Shop tab underneath my page header, you'll also find my Retorta Conscientia Range there to.

I'm hoping Tea Rex and co will be joined by more Delirious Dinos soon so stay tuned! 

Hope you like them, feedback is highly appreciated so don't hesitate to tell me what you think.



  1. They're awesome! :) I can't stop smiling looking at them ;)

  2. Found you through redbubble... amazing blog!

    These are sooooo cute I just love them, wish I had a job so I could buy one!

    1. Thank you for all your lovely comments Clara, glad you like them all :) x


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