sombrillo


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Re: Laugh, Kookaburra, Laugh



Thanks Radscoolian - it would be nice if you got a chance to wear this shirt. Listening to this song helped inspire me for this derby

http://youtu.be/XrkThaBWa5c

dreweyes


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Re: masks



Very cute.

dreadwood


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Argh. Pop culture is so vague
Well that sucks. Does anyone know if I can still submit this as a daily?

collinvh


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Re: Crocodile Undies



Because you really never know down under...

Thanks for viewing and please vote.

perfectchaos859


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This shirt is soooo cute! I want a Marsupial in my pocket! how adorable. I will be purchasing this if it wins for sure! I'd want it!

Re: Marsupial in my pocket



papayaportals


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Re: Emo Emu



Funny. +1

ochopika


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Staff

Re: Blue Tongue



I really just did this for fun :P

It's a blue-tongued skink, which is an Australian lizard with a very blue tongue. It eats bugs and plants and things...

Thanks, Walmazan for the idea!

4matrix


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Re: Damn Gravity



Nice one!

WierdBMD


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dreadwood wrote:Link to an enlarged version.

Thanks for looking.

(And thanks to WierdBMD for the idea )



Thanks for the awesome design. I didn't think it was pop culture either. When in mainstream today (or even outside of the mainstream) do you see RISK mentioned? RISK was originally released in the US in 1959 and has not been created into a movie or any notable video game since it's origination. Albeit the only people that would define this shirt as "pop-culture" would be the Woot community. I don't know whether to be upset about that (no shirt) or happy (because that describes the Woot crowd).

frogfreak


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Re: Sugar glider



Nice! As an Australian I find most of these images uninteresting/unappealing, but this one sings! I hope I get a chance to buy it!

ritaroobias


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Re: Pointillizard



My favorite entry! Really hope it prints. Great job

MMagieD


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Re: Pointillizard



THANK YOU!!! I was so concerned when I didn't see many aboriginal art ideas...I LOVE this.

anjulka


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Re: North for the Winter



I love this. It makes me laugh a lot. Since the green foot is likely to be an issue for a lot of people, you could quickly fix it and get it back up in the fog tonight.

streetwalkincheetah


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streetwalkincheetah


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Re: Laugh, Kookaburra, Laugh



Like I said on the other bubblegum bird design, it might be considered a little too similar to this:

http://www.threadless.com/product/1489/The_Northern_Black_capped_Gumchewer/tab,guys/style,shirt[/quote]



texnewmex


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Re: Laugh, Kookaburra, Laugh


I love your use of negative space! Making it into Australia was a great idea! G'job mate!

wersns


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Thanks man!!

wersns


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midgerock wrote:dig it! very wearable! gmv



Thanks MIDGE!!

Pheline


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kylemittskus wrote:I do not understand the appeal of this shirt AT ALL. It's not creative. It has no joke, no story, no silliness, no anything but "cute."



a quick look reveals these "cute":
→ we are not cuddly!
beware the drop bear
budgie
knucks
→ the ultimate staring contest

and the following "nice":
walkin' about
pointillizard
outback
rainbow lorikeet


there are others, but this is all the time I feel like spending. Look, they're freaking *tee shirts*, ok? We're not talking high art, they don't need to be profound- they're designs screen printed on cotton jersey. Yeah, sure, sometimes someone comes up with something really amazing, sometimes a particular design makes a big impression on someone because it tickles their funny bone, reminds them of something they like, or a particular design strikes them as creative or well done. Other times, well, they're nice t-shirt designs. So just get over yourself and your whining. Take them for what they are- nice designs, or not. If you want to discuss high art, go get trained as a docent and give tours someplace- but last I checked (I didn't), there isn't a Museum of Shirt.Woot.


wersns


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Re: Down Under Mutation



Thanks for all the kind comments! really appreciate it!

Knarpulous


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kylemittskus wrote:I do not understand the appeal of this shirt AT ALL. It's not creative. It has no joke, no story, no silliness, no anything but "cute."



Has it ever occurred to you that maybe that's what other people want? There are plenty of shirts in the derby that have no story or silliness, I don't see you whining about them. Or are you just jumping on this design simply because it's by Ramy?

brainiumdesign


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Re: Boomerang!



Nice job on your first entry. It's always fun to see different interpretations of the same concept.

PixelPants


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Re: Danger down under



Great twist on the typical tourist promo shot of roos silhouetted in the outback.

bschacherbauer


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Re: Deep Down Under



This would make the perfect Christmas gift for my little sister.. She is wanting to be a marine biologist.

kevlar51


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Re: Stacked



ANOTHER collab with bootsboots--enjoy!!!

Narfcake


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Knarpulous wrote:Or are you just jumping on this design simply because it's by Ramy?



Probably this. Some folks will never be pleased with his work because of the past, no matter how much has changed.

FWIW, my perspective moved from negative to neutral. There's still a ways to go, of which only time will prove, but I have voted (and purchased) when warranted. And I will unvote when warranted too; the last turbunny design yielded two unvotes. ^_^

Narfcake


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Re: Stacked



GMV. Just hope they don't change their mind about being a low print, even though they did it with Scream.

immortalxkiss


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Narfcake


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dreadwood wrote:Argh. Pop culture is so vague
Well that sucks. Does anyone know if I can still submit this as a daily?



It's happened before.

Pop culture doesn't have super popular to be considered such, nor is it limited to only the present era. I'm won't be surprised if someone submitting a blue koala this derby would be rejected as pop culture just the same, even though the store in context went bankrupt like 20 years ago.

drewpac18


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Re: Over-Prepared Kangaroo



Because a good kangaroo is always prepared for every eventuality. Here's a link to the art's full detail.

wanderlane


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Re: Plaidypus



Because Australians love puns.

lisadanger


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meepee wrote:Haha
I was contemplating whether to add it or not, but I thought it looked better without.



no poop.

joeray1


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Re: Stacked



this should win, thats all that needs too be said.

eeschultz


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I want to become an eccentric billionaire so that I can hire Walmazan to design a new t-shirt for me Every. Single. Day. Poor guy's arm will get tired from all that drawing. But I will pay him well. Yes, I will. For I will be a billionaire. With lots and lots of supercute t-shirts.

That's a really long way of saying that I'm totally voting for this.

firefrogh


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Re: Echidna Baby



Because my daughter wanted a shirt with an echidna baby.




ochopika


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Staff

Re: Crocodile Undies



you so silly :P

kelslee


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Re: Not An Aussie



One More Gimlet. Love this! Please help this one print. I would automatically be buying two. My Aussie-crazed friend (she has 5 - including two black tris) would love it. Although I'd (and she probably would, too) like it better if the Aussie didn't have a tail - but it's still definitely distinguishable.

jasneko


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Re: this is an Australian crocodile

Very charmingly done.


atlanticavenue


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Re: Don't worry, she just wants a hug!



After looking up facts about Australia to gain some ideas for this derby, I discovered that Australia has some of the largest spiders in the world - so large that they catch & eat birds in their webs - no joke, google it. To make this vision a bit less terrifying for me, I'd like to think these spiders just want a hug!

meresparrow


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Re: Marsupial in my pocket



This is ridiculously cute.