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They say public transportation is better for the environment, but I'm not sure I want to be in any environment where that thing lives.
HA!!!!! A big laugh for a big guy. This is the sort of color mix that really works on silver.
He's got a ticket to ride, he's got a ticket to ride, but he don't care...
Throw on a few horns and I can see this guy being in "Where the Wild Things Are".
Had to take the classic Routemaster, even, didn't ya?! GAH!!!
That suit looks itchy!
In a weird way...I love this shirt.
Maybe it's the slight nostalgia derived from the "Where the Wild Things Are" resemblance.
The dots on the skin remind me of Shel Silverstein's style.
Is it just me, or does that thing remind anyone else of Woody Allen?
That's a really cool shirt idea... but the fact that it's a double-decker bus -- uncommon in the United States -- makes me hesitate to buy it.
Reminds me of one of those NYC Hop On, Hop Off tours. I can just hear the bus driver saying "And if you look to your left, you will see the hairy armpit of the Mega Hipster of Brooklyn"
oooooooooooh....I get it!
Where I come from, you need to be wearing pants to catch the bus
Finally, woot admits it.
Very similar to this one: http://www.theshirtlist.com/i-hate-taking-the-bus-to-work-t-shirt/
Wow, this design has some hair.
hey ... thank you all for the nice comments ... i really hope you enjoy my design...
Silverstein? I think it's more like Maurice Sendak. Both great, though.
"I'm not Victor - Victor was my Nerd Name. Now I'm Vector! Oh yeeeeeah!!"
I like it. This design is lots of fun.
I enjoy a good stippling.
Is it just me or does it seem the woot pun writers sometimes are in cahoots with the woot tee color pickers?
I think I dated this guy in high school
I've sat next to this guy on the train, glad he's taking the bus now.
specsmachine wrote:I enjoy a good stippling.
This, this is a QuiP of literary proportions.
Do you like Kipling?
I don't know you naughty boy, I've never Kippled
I love it!
Amazing style Jott, congrats!
Is he wearing a grey flannel suit?
really cool design! is there a way to buy some of your other work?
This looks like a relative of The Thing that Scoots.
Those two ought to hook up!
deadhippo wrote:Very similar to this one: http://www.theshirtlist.com/i-hate-taking-the-bus-to-work-t-shirt/
My thoughts exactly! I saw the thumbnail and thought perhaps Hector had redone his artwork...
“When I catch the bus, I really catch the bus.”
MST3K reference ??
Hipster monster was taking the bus before it was cool.
Nice work Jott and nice use of colors.
jhgalvas wrote:Throw on a few horns and I can see this guy being in "Where the Wild Things Are".
My first thought at seeing it was it looked like Bill Gates had been assimilated by "Where the Wild Things Are".
My second thought was that I had to have that backwards and Microsoft must have assimilated THEM.
[Wear this shirt: so that hairy, barefoot guy on the bus doesn’t feel so alone.]
Well, I'm hairy and often barefoot and sometimes ride the bus...but I'm pretty sure you don't mean me.
I do have that all-over body sweater thing going on, though, so I can't really be sure.
asonnenb wrote:really cool design! is there a way to buy some of your other work?
yes off course ... just contact me ... by [Mod: PM, please no posting emails!]
Go Darmstadt! My family is from there! A quarter of my family still lives there!
Hi i need this shrit!! BUT i have no creditcard. anyone who can pay for me, i will send the 15$ from my girokonto to yours.
(NO NO NO addresses! PMs for this, please! - Mod)
würde mich freuen wenn sich jemand meldet.
FishyFred wrote:That's a really cool shirt idea... but the fact that it's a double-decker bus -- uncommon in the United States -- makes me hesitate to buy it.
My university has a few of these familiar buses!
I work for a bus company that drives vintage double deck buses in service. I am wearing this shirt to work all the time.
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