Paradox55


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Re: Mario. Cubism.


Nevermind...I was stupid. GMV tho!

dirtdirt


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Re: Princess Peach - Warhol Pop Art


Two peaches right next to each other!

Kilagria


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lkackman wrote:I don't think you could consider that as text. Its actually part of the style on the shirt, plus i don't think you could actually make out what it says. GMV.



looks latin to me

disconinja2008


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Re: David TheSim in the style of Renaissance Sculpture



Wow. This is really good. That's all I can say. Wow.

tiernane


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Re: Gamer Mother in the style of Whistler



*sigh* this reminds me of my mommy.

blackbelt135


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Re: Pablo Picasso's Mario - Cubism



Comments and feedback more than appreciated.

Thanks!

m3lonhead


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Re: Princess Peach - Warhol Pop Art


I think you should make the shirt black instead of tan

byrbwr


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it's fun to steal other people's work.

kdeuce


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Kilagria wrote:looks latin to me



it's mirror-image gibberish. > <

m0shm4n


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After a long day of wooing your one true love, rocking out all over town (and in hell), or saving the town from being taken over by noodles, what better way to unwind than to play a few rounds of poker with your best friends? Maybe you can get a freestyle session going afterwards.

Yeah, dogs playing poker is kitsch, but it's still art!

ruthsdad


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byrbwr wrote:it's fun to steal other people's work.



Most art is theft. But creative theft.

Kilagria


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kdeuce wrote:it's mirror-image gibberish. > <



It's called Italic is the more traditional (16th century) writing. Thanks Mom!

tdpar49


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Re: Plumber in the style of Rembrandt



This is awesome! GMV!
How is it that all of your stuff is always so solid?

mactraveler


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SkekTek wrote:Resubbed since Mondrian wasn't mentioned anywhere in the title...




odd. i was so sure that was in the style of Wright! i guess in my mind's eye, i saw the tetris pieces falling down and being manipulated into place to eventually create patterns Wright was famous for in his stained glass windows.

but, i like it best of all the tetris shirts today so you still got my vote.

Kilagria


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Kilagria wrote:It's called Italic is the more traditional (16th century) writing. Thanks Mom!



...and yes - Da Vinci wrote mirror style so others could not easily read it.

killasandra


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Leahbh wrote:This reminds me of monday's episode of Chuck.



Where's the Tom Sawyer?

byrbwr


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you finally did something right, tgentry.

kdeuce


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Re: The Princess in the Style of Mucha



<3 Mucha. Well done.

tgentry


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Re: To the Top in the Style of Da Vinci



Is it too early to congratulate you on a print, Deuce?

Seriously I don't know if I've ever seen a shirt get that many votes in the first two hours. You nailed the woot demographic square on the head with this one. Congrats.

tgentry


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byrbwr wrote:you finally did something right, tgentry.



Thanks?

Vapor023


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m3lonhead wrote:I think you should make the shirt black instead of tan



I needed to use the shirt color as a skin-tone. I think the creme color works though, like a canvas.

byrbwr


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i really love this.

petzo002


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petzo002 wrote:Crud...

To tell you the truth, I had no idea. I had thought of the idea during a meeting at work yesterday afternoon.

tgentry


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kjgmorgan wrote:Must be my work monitor, but I can't tell how big it will be on the shirt or where on the shirt it is.... Can someone who doesn't work for a sad organization please tell me....



It's in the upper right corner. I have two flatscreens at work, one I keep bright and one I keep dark. Though it's a bit tougher, I can see the shirt on my dark monitor, so I think you must have a really dark monitor.

dekonstruct


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Re: Plumber in the style of Rembrandt



You've done Rembrandt proud good sir. One vote from me.

tgentry


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Re: Mario in the Modern Style



GMV, I think it's cool. The essence of Mario Bros still comes across.

SailorButterfly


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Re: The Princess in the Style of Mucha



It is very beautiful, but I wish you would have followed the advice about making the green background the shirt color. The way it is now will cause a big sheet of ink on the shirt if printed. :-/

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j0naht


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Re: To the Top in the Style of Da Vinci



I like how it flew up from last place so fast and smashed mario just like in the game :P Classic.

dekonstruct


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Re: To the Top in the Style of Da Vinci



Beautiful line work, looks like it's Rembrandt Vs DaVinci in a Mario death match.

tgentry


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j0naht wrote:I like how it flew up from last place so fast and smashed mario just like in the game :P Classic.



At least I didn't have to restart at the beginning of the Derby. That would have been seriously uncool. ;)

vertigosia


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Re: Donkey Kong Level 1 by Etch-A-Sketch



I love it. Very clever, and original - but aren't etch-n-sketch screens a bit more rounded?

m0shm4n


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Closer detail:

dekonstruct


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BootsBoots wrote:Hey, I really like this one! Very cute idea. I like that you made it more like a comic strip rather than just doing the same scene over and over in different colors.



Thanks boots, I was originally going to go the full Lichtenstein but realized he didn't normally do more than one panel.

rebelios


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GMV

i'd be in for 3 on this one


vertigosia


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Re: The Princess in the Style of Mucha



Huh, I neither saw that advice nor thought about it. I can do that though, really quickly.

pankay


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Re: To the Top in the Style of Da Vinci



love ittt looks so good.

dekonstruct


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Re: Weapons Race in the style of Pop Art



Nice use of colors, it really seems like more than six.

BootsBoots


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Re: Mario Kart in Monet



I like the fact that it's Mario Kart is subtle. Nice


dekonstruct


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Re: Gamer Mother in the style of Whistler



This came out really well, I like the tilt of the painting. It really throws off the original geometry and makes you realize it's a parody.

BootsBoots


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vertigosia wrote:Huh, I neither saw that advice nor thought about it. I can do that though, really quickly.



I think you should. It's really great, but that would make it much better. Quick! Go!