Hand-made Felt Zelda Shirts for a Very, Very Good CauseS

To celebrate the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Lionhead's Lead Character/Creature Artist Jon Eckersley created these Zelda shirts for Lionhead Studio and Andrzej Zamoyski.

You might remember Andrzej Zamoyski from this Kotaku feature. If you have not read it, please do.

Jon, who is responsible for the creatures in the Fable games, painstakingly cut each piece of felt and then glued the tiny squares on the shirt. Each shirt takes three hours to make.

And even though Jon has Skyward Sword to play, he's offered to make 25 more shirts to the first 25 Kotaku readers who want one and are more than happy to donate £25 to Zamoyski's SuperMarrowBros Just Giving site. All proceeds going to improving the lives of those suffering from leukemia.

The four designs available are Little Heart, Hylian Shield, Boss Key and Link with Heart. Message Andrzej via his Kotaku account. First come, first served! And remember, this Zelda felt is for a very good cause.


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Hand-made Felt Zelda Shirts for a Very, Very Good CauseS

Hand-made Felt Zelda Shirts for a Very, Very Good CauseS

Hand-made Felt Zelda Shirts for a Very, Very Good CauseS

Hand-made Felt Zelda Shirts for a Very, Very Good CauseS

Hand-made Felt Zelda Shirts for a Very, Very Good CauseS