All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt
Photo by Between Two Forks/ Dev Crowley

All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt October 2020

This is truly the best time of the year. If you are anything like me, you shop for your year round wardrobe more now than ever. One of my favorite places for t-shirts is ClayGrahamArt. If that sounds familiar, it’s because we have worked with Clay a couple times in the past. You can see our last unboxing from him HERE. Clay creates art for everything from movies to shows to video games, and he has some of the most creative pieces I have ever seen. Some of my favorites from his shop are his homages to¬†Labyrinth, The Burbs, Predator and Fallout. Check out some of the surprise goodies Clay sent for his All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt October 2020 stall!

We want to send a big thank you to Clay for sending these shirts to us to review for the event. Even though the shirts were sent to me, I was not paid for this review, and all opinions on the products and the company are my own. We’re kicking this off with a bang.

All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt
Photo by Between Two Forks

First from the All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt October 2020 stall is something that will make those who grew up in the ’90s very happy. I am guessing if you are in your late 20s/early 30s, you have watched A Goofy Movie, probably more than once. This shirt speaks to me on several levels, even just by name alone. This is A Gothy Movie tee in an XL, and it may be my new favorite shirt.

One of my favorite things about Clay’s shirts is the length. He always has the longest shirts, and it makes me so happy. If you are a long torso-ed gal like me, these shirts are the bee’s knees. The print is solid and thick enough to not have cracking issues. I can attest from past unboxings that the prints hold up to a lot of washing, although I will say that the fabric just isn’t black enough. Holding it against other black clothes of mine, it almost has a super dark, steely gray look as opposed to full on black, and even that will fade over time if washed with fabric softener. These are sturdy shirts, though, so they aren’t super soft but they don’t feel cheap, either. I am a big fan of his long sleeve t-shirts, so I definitely recommend those. Grab this HERE for only $20!

All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt
Photo by Between Two Forks

This is reminiscent of a book series that started in 1971 called Mr. Men and Little Miss. The art was terrible, but the colors were bold, and there was a Mr. Men or Little Miss for everyone. I remember just looking through the books to see all of the different ones, caring less about the story and just enjoying the personalities.

Here we have Mr. Halloween with Michael Myers. He is drawn in a very similar Mr. Men/Little Miss style (although this one is much more interesting), and it’s printed on an orange tee. It may not look like it, but this shirt is bright! It is such a hot orange that you could easily wear it in summer, and people would think you’re festive. The orange shows a little through the white of Mike’s face, but it all has the same shirt quality as the black shirts. It’s an XL and fits very comfortably. If you are looking for a spook and cute design, you can snag this one in a variety of colors HERE for $20.

All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt
Photo by Between Two Forks

When I was young, I HATED the live action Beetlejuice movie. It terrified me… but I was a big fan of the Beetlejuice cartoon. Perhaps it’s the cartoon Lydia Deetz that made me this way. Now I can show my dislike of the general public with this shirt! This is the So Tired of People shirt, and I think most of us need this shirt in our lives.

This shirt is another unisex XL, and I LOVE how long it is! As a big booty bitch, I feel a little self conscious when my shirt is too short without intention, and this takes that all away. The print is fantastic and holds up to stretch if you’re chesty. Again, I wish this shirt was just a little more black but otherwise, it’s is great. Grab it HERE for $20!

All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt
Photo by Between Two Forks

I will be honest and say that I had NO idea what this was from until I looked it up. This is based off The Hitcher, a side character from Tiny Toons who was an escaped psychopath. I never watched the show personally, so I had no idea, but now that I know, I think it’s pretty cool. I really like the color scheme of this shirt in blues and reds and everything inbetween. This has the same fit and feel of the previous shirts, and again, my only complaint is my wish for a darker black fabric. Get this bad boy HERE for, you guessed it, 20 smacks!

That’s all for the All Hallows Bazaar: ClayGrahamArt October 2020 stall! I really enjoyed these picks, and I can’t explain my love for the length of these shirts. It’s so hard to find a shirt that feels comfortably long and these all are perfect. I would highly recommend visiting his Etsy HERE to browse everything else he has. There truly is something for everyone. I am particularly fond of his Fallout collection. Be sure to check back in to PopHorror for more stalls until Halloween!

About Dev Crowley

D.D. Crowley has been writing since she could scrawl misspelled words on paper to make a story. Thankfully her writing has improved. An avid horror, paranormal, sci-fi and video game lover, she gets to write about all her favorite nerdy fandoms. Some of her favorites are found footage movies, the original 'Halloween' and 'Resident Evil' (the games not the movies, don't ever ask her about the movies... you have been warned).

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