Sunday, 5 July 2015

Want to buy Oldhammer T-Shirts Designed by Wayne England? Last Chance to ORDER!

Roll up roll up! 

If you are not a member of the Oldhammer Facebook group, and at the time of writing there are over 3,000 of you, then you may not be aware of the event t-shirts for the Oldhammer Weekends that Wayne England has designed for us. 

Yes, you read that correctly - Wayne England! 

If his name is not familiar to you, I bet some of his work will be. He was one of the major artists working at GW during the Golden Age of the late 1980s and early 1990s. His works can be seen in many locations even today and his dwarf army (published in WD ) is still an enormous influence over painters and collectors. And by the way, he was the chap who painted that incredible painting on the walls of Bryan Ansell's home!

Not so long ago I published several images that Wayne had donated to help advertise the Oldhammer Weekends in the UK and the USA. During that process several people requested that the images be turned into t-shirts and Wayne dutifully obliged. 

And here they are! The first Oldhammer garments to be designed by one of the original GW design studio crew! 

As you can see, there are two designs on offer. The rabid goblins (my favourite of the two) and the longbearded dwarf. If you have a look below, you can see that these basic designs can be augmented with event specific wording.

The first print run has already gone out but Wayne says that there is plenty of time to do a second. So if you are interested, contact Wayne on his email account.  

Prices: £20 each or £35 for both

all payments via Paypal

Available in charcoal or black

Wayne is happy to supply you with you t-shirt at the Oldhammer event at the Wargames Foundry or organise postage to your location. Just get in contact with him. 

Last chance to order is 15th July

Future print runs are possible if there is interest

NOTE: XXXL size ONLY available in BLACK


  1. Nice shirts but they aren't the first professionally designed T-shirts. Zhu's are awesome and he does a lot of paid for design work.

  2. Hi Erny - nice to see you back here. I have re-phrased my sentence to make my meaning clearer!

    1. I'm often here, just crap at posting comments. I can't deny having Wayne as part of the studio design some shirts is pretty cool.