Earlier this month, I blogged about a monster drawing that Ensen (2-years-old) accidentally drew one night while in an artful state of mind. You’ll also recall that we named this special drawing Mo Monster. Many family and friends were impressed by Ensen’s youthful creation which got us thinking about ways to share it with others.
So we decided to make a t-shirt (starts at $13.75 + shipping) and sell it on Zazzle.com in “Ensen’s Online Workshop.” This exploration into online retail is purely for the love of sharing and certainly not intended to be a money making venture. If I had the means, I’d give the shirts away rather than sell them. But we have Ensen to feed so no can do right now. 🙂 So we’re keeping them affordable for everyone.
To ensure the quality was up to par, we test ordered a toddler t-shirt which arrived this week. We didn’t tell Ensen what we were up to and surprised him with the gift. He was pretty excited to see his creation on a shirt! Here’s a video we shot while he was opening it.
If you have or know a kid (or a kid at heart) who loves monsters and appreciates the art of fellow toddlers, a Mo Monster shirt makes a great gift. They come in all colors, styles for men, women, and children, and are good quality. Stay tuned for more crazy kids designs from Ensen and other Mo Monster goodies. In the meantime, here’s the official image and link to the Zazzle.com website. And yes, the headless kid modeling the shirt does scare me a little bit.