What truly drew me in about the game was its world design. This art is my way of expressing that: Alduin and his world-eating ways will likely fade from memory in time, but I’ll never forget the hours spent marvelling at the splendors of the game world.
Who is and where does Hyperlixir come from?
I’m David, a graphic designer and occasional fan artist from Singapore. I live with my wife Uenki, who’s a handcrafter and fellow geek. Together we play video games, obsess over sushi and dream of eventually owning a cat.
How long have you been in the t-shirt world?
Around 2 years now. It’s been a blast so far!
What would you suggest to an aspiring t-shirt designer?
Between making art for something you love versus for something that’s currently trendy, always pick the former — it’s more fulfilling, and fans always gravitate towards artists who are more genuine in what they do.
What’s a day in the life of Hyperlixir like?
Never a dull moment. As a self-employed who works from home, I get to work on different things whenever I choose to – one day it could be t-shirt designs, and another it could be learning how to develop RPG games. I love it and I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world!
Mac or PC?
PC for sure. Too little video games for the Mac!
Post-apocalyptic world. No trace of human race. It happens that you’ve survived and managed to save…
3 tv-series: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Boston Legal and Scrubs. Yep, I’m a big fan of dramedies…
3 movies: Moulin Rouge, Men in Black, Toy Story 3.
3 videogames: Skyrim (Obviously!), Terraria and Warcraft III (with tons of maps!).
3 cds: Aqualung, Of Monsters and Men and Travis.
3 books: Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Omnibus edition, Neil Gaiman’s American Gods and Grimm’s Fairy