rushblume


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bluchez wrote:Reminds me a lot of one of my favorite 2600 games:

(My actual cartridges.)



Wow, that's vintage! And RARE, considering this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_video_game_burial

2thFairy


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AdderXYU wrote:By 1984, homophobes everywhere stopped reading so as not to "catch the I simply *love* this!".



hahahaha!!!!

bnp4106


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KENPARS0NS wrote:The placement choice is great!



I agree - but I'm worried about one thing.. I bought the maple leaf shirt from canada week because I liked the placement also, but in the XL size it wasn't that far over on the actual printed shirt it was more kind of off centered...

Was that just a mess up on printing or is it usually like that?

mia3mom


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Re: 1973



great description, dk! sweet pic, too. my husband would love this! (in addition to me) 8)

I don't feel so old now, only 2 years before you.

You made my daughter laugh hysterically at the description. thanks.

& the Gaggle of Girls; so many shirts, so little space in the dresser!

TravelingKailey


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Re: Tribute to PONG!



I like it. I remember it. I think we still have it.

However, i think the image would work better larger... taking up more of the image space on the shirt

2thFairy


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Re: 1981



oh dear.. hahahaha!

KENPARS0NS


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Re: 1988



Edgar - You are wonderful! I long for an explaination but even without one this is great...

AnGeLiCbOrIs


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Re: 1988





Awesome entry Edgar!!!! WTG, GMV, and LOL.

Josephus


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Re: 1959- Che and Fidel took over cuba


Both of the originals for these images are public domain, unlike the usual image of Che Guevara that we see. I knew Che was a revolutionary, but had no idea that he was a major reason that Castro 's rebels won their revolution. Afterward, he was actually a big part of the government that they started with, only to leave within a few years, a few months before he was killed.

KENPARS0NS


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Re: 1984: Soyuz T-11 Launched



Well done... and great placement... love the style...

yodathefrog28


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TravelingKailey wrote:Love the touch of the hazard symbols in the cloud!



I was hoping everyone would notice those...thanks.

SkekTek


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Re: Rickroll'd



Never gonna make you cry

2thFairy


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Wobblytoddles wrote:In 1969 the worlds first complete eye transplant was born. I would like to title Eye Have a New Pad. I resubbed in case titles with more than just the year get rejected.



Something I did not know.. cool!

KENPARS0NS


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Re: 1979: 3 Mile Island Accident



HA! This is great... and I love the fact that your model is glowing! nice!

rushblume


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Here is the dance sequence that inspired the shirt design:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjWcp2S411I



And here's the full-length version:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtyJbIOZjS8&feature=related



Thanks again for checking out the design!

mia3mom


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Re: 1984



hate care bears, love pirates. a win-win! I want to buy one and shrink it to put on the care bears in my house..

nice work! love the idea of combining very different events!

& the Gaggle of Girls; so many shirts, so little space in the dresser!

jimiyo


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



nice work getting around the copyrights yo! and i love the hearts.... pixel art rocks.

KENPARS0NS


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Re: 1984



HA! Pirate Care Bear! SWEET!

jimiyo


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Re: Warhol just turned in his grave -1987



if this doesnt win, ill raise hell. time for you to get a win, been a while right?

KENPARS0NS


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



This better place... great stuff as usual...

jonomc


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ahhh, so thats what happened to edgar...
just kidding, always love your entries :^J

zenwill


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derekfilley wrote:Right... 'black power'.

This shirt can't be rejected fast enough.



Rejected on what grounds? Just the fact that you don't like it?

female


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



I perk up with anything Zelda, but I can't see this getting past rejectors. It's basically a bootleg Zelda shirt. Just because the individual items are not copyrighted, doesn't mean combining them all doesn't make a Legend of Zelda product. I like the artwork though.

ScrambledCake


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Tim Berners-Lee proposed the World Wide Web in March of 1989. Were it not for this brilliant idea, allowing the excange of information between computers, I might be spending my time doing my homework rather than designing shirts.

SailorButterfly


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



Do want!!

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Prezkot


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*giggles* looks like something out of the Dire Straits "Money For Nothing" Video

I agree, you were robbed last week.

GMV.

Woot.Shirt.Purchases:
+ Lime In The Coconut
+ 2 Random Shirts (Five Bucks Coffee, Cassette Taps)
+ Gettysburg Address

jimiyo


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Re: 1983 - Take a Look, It's In A Book



nice nice nice!

i love jordy in that. before his eyes went bad.

BTW... ROY G BIV... im sure you know... I guess you have no love for orange blue and indigo.

i can understand yellow red, black and white...

but magenta? MAGENTA?

i kid. beautiful unicorn. needs some guts and blood on its horn. unicorns kill. its a myth that they are really cool and friendly.

balh blah blah

mjpupillo


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Re: 1979



Survivor of 3 Mile Island meltdown - 1979.



AttilaTheMom


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Re: 1988



good god, I think i remember reading this. Edgar you are certifiable....



.... certifiable genius that is. 88 was not a good year for me, but I'll vote for this anyway 'cause its awesome.

AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH........ whatever.

carina83


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Re: 1983 Fraggle Rock!



1983! the year fraggle rock became a tv show on HBO.
i have a feeling this might get rejected, but I will try anyway. I hope you all like!



kylemittskus


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Re: 1968



My friend has a shirt exactly like this. He bought it at like, Urban Outfitters or something. This is not an original idea.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

SailorButterfly


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SkekTek wrote:Never gonna make you cry



Never gonna say goodbye

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fablefire


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female wrote:I perk up with anything Zelda, but I can't see this getting past rejectors. It's basically a bootleg Zelda shirt. Just because the individual items are not copyrighted, doesn't mean combining them all doesn't make a Legend of Zelda product. I like the artwork though.



Ja, at worst I guess it could be a bootleg shirt. Woot has printed bootleg starbucks and d*sney logo shirts though. Just wore thatrobert's consumerism shirt yesterday actually. Got lots of compliments. Way to go thatrobert!

2thFairy


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rushblume wrote:Wow, that's vintage! And RARE, considering this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_video_game_burial



My husband has about 20 of those atari cartridges.. and everything still works.

Seattlejo


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Re: 1983 Fraggle Rock!



Love it, but that image is copyrighted.

KenSPT


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SailorButterfly wrote:Never gonna say goodbye



Never gonna' tell a lie, and hurt you

female


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fablefire wrote:Ja, at worst I guess it could be a bootleg shirt. Woot has printed bootleg starbucks and d*sney logo shirts though. Just wore thatrobert's consumerism shirt yesterday actually. Got lots of compliments. Way to go thatrobert!



But those shirts were parodies. There's no original content in your design. It's basically just capitalizing on Nintendo's work?

kylemittskus


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



Fablefire is a girl?! And she likes Zelda?! And we didn't really land on the moon?! This is a world I didn't know existed and I don't know if I can cope.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

SailorButterfly


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Re: 1985



I'd deal with the fact that an orange shirt would clash with my red hair for this shirt. ^^

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kylemittskus


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Re: Warhol just turned in his grave -1987



Can we get a closer view of the print on the shirt? I like this.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen