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Kitchen Safety 1999

Kitchen Safety 1999
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lyonscc


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Spongebob Squarepants (1999)

Johndis5


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This may have come out in '99, but as someone who grew up in the 90's, I can say that spongebob is not 90's. He mave been technically born in the 90's, but culturally speaking, he was all 2000s.

lyonscc


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Johndis5 wrote:This may have come out in '99, but as someone who grew up in the 90's, I can say that spongebob is not 90's. He mave been technically born in the 90's, but culturally speaking, he was all 2000s.


Undestood, though the only time I got to watch him was when I was working nights in manufacturing and child-sitting in the morning right after its debut in 1999. We'd been waiting for it almost a year, as Mark O'Hare (one of the lead animators) was at Purdue while I was there, and had a great comic strip for those 4-5 years ("Art Gallery"). The Purdue newspaper hyped it for months before it debuted.

Good times.

dramallama56


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I think this is a clever design, but I have to agree with what someone else said. Spongebob was the very first of the 2000's generation of Nick cartoons. He was VERY different from the 90's Nick cartoons. IDK, it just seems off topic a bit. But I think it's a well executed design.

roussie


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I love it because I had to think about it. And for all you haters: we all know the pilot year for Spongebob was the best.

joegillum


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roussie wrote:I love it because I had to think about it. And for all you haters: we all know the pilot year for Spongebob was the best.



Wow, really people?! Judging by the votes so far, the WOOT community is the worst judge of good designs ever. Why don't you pick something you'd actually wear.

mailmanmo


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joegillum wrote:Wow, really people?! Judging by the votes so far, the WOOT community is the worst judge of good designs ever. Why don't you pick something you'd actually wear.


Yep agreed. Cleverness aside and the debate about it being 90's culture or not (it's not), this is hideous on a t-shirt.

bhodges3


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ShirtWoot does gradients now? Where have I been?

paigeg


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bhodges3 wrote:ShirtWoot does gradients now? Where have I been?


Look at the far right of the design mockup - you know, where the halftones are shown?

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