DEUCE CUSTOM INK ANNOUNCES COLLABORATION WITH TODD McFARLANE ENTERTAINMENT
Fashion Company Teams with TME for Exclusive Graphic Designs
Friday, October 13, 2006
Jason Dussault, owner/designer of Vancouver fashion company Deuce Custom Ink has announced that Todd McFarlane Entertainment, Inc. will be doing exclusive graphic designs for Deuce Clothing. TME has also created new characters to appear in Spawn -- "Deuce the Destroyer," and "The Preacher," based on Dussault and his wheels, respectively.
"Some of my favorite forms of art are from the pages of comic books, and the top of my list has been Todd McFarlane and the artists from Spawn," says Dussault. "Todd has been a personal inspiration of mine and I have told his story hundreds of times to my staff and colleagues. It is a true story of success from the ground up. I was thrilled when I met Todd this past year, as he is my inspiration both as an artist and a businessman. Since I have been working with Todd McFarlane Entertainment, president Terry Fitzgerald has also been a source of inspiration. These two collaborations are hopefully the beginning of a long relationship."
Terry Fitzgerald, president and COO of TME says, "When presented with the opportunity to collaborate with Deuce Custom Ink, Todd and I were only too happy to say yes. Jason Dussault has an eye for design with enough edge and forward-thinking attention to detail and aggressiveness to make it big in the world of fashion. Our first cooperation, the creation of the 'Deuce' character, was a success and we look forward to continuing this relationship in the future."
Deuce Custom Ink is high-quality men's and women's street wear with edge, sex appeal and individuality. The company's most popular item is the Zip-Hoodie -- individually hand-painted and embellished with elaborate tattoo-inspired embroidery and lined with silk, velour and vintage fabrics. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and individually signed.
For more information on Deuce Custom Ink, go to deuceink.com.
For high-resolution Deuce the Destroyer and The Preacher images, go to deucejeans.com/press_public.