If you marked the career trajectory of http://johnkstuff.blogspot.com/” target=”_blank”>John Kricfalusi, who goes by the name John K., you will find the Canadian-born animator have pushed against censorship more often than not. While he took inspirations from animators Bob Clampett and Tex Avery, both of http://looneytunes.kidswb.com” target=”_blank”>Looney Tunes fame, Kricfalusi’s style, which appeared first on http://imdb.com/title/tt0161170/” target=”_blank”>The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse, reflects that of http://ratfink.com” target=”_blank”>Rat Fink‘s creator, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. But its was on http://nicktoons.nick.com/shows/the-ren-and-stimpy-show” target=”_blank”>Ren & Stimpy that John K. had the medium to finally put forth his style with his R. Crumb-like humor. In celebration of his transformative works, Stussy welcomes John K. as the newest inductee to its Guest Artist Series program with four collaborative tees, each with its unique John K. graphics. Now available at all http://stussy.com” target=”_blank”>Stussy Chapters and online store.