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AdderXYU


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kdeuce wrote:Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose - by one of my favorite painters, John Singer Sargent.



I would have bet money that your favorite painter was Pollock.

CapSea


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jasneko


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Re: The Tree of Life


The Tree of Life
(Gustav Klimt)

Some close ups:

CapSea


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Re: Bird in Space.



Great work. I'm often impressed with your art. Still waiting for the evil railroad guy to print somewhere.

AdderXYU


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palookaboy wrote:Clever, but don't think it's gonna fly with the Apple logo. Also the title breaks the rules



Also, the image is not the title reinterpreted. it's the work of art itself reinterpreted.

megnolia7


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unfortunately i don't wear green. but those lizards are so cute! i love the zigzag frowns :D

JesseBYAH


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AdderXYU


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Re: Why So Serious



This derby makes me sad. This is not only not a re-interpretation of the title MONA LISA, it's also not a reinterpretation of the title WHY SO SERIOUS. It is a mash-up of the joker and the mona lisa. There is nothing remotely on theme about it.

SpazX


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Re: The Physical Impossibility of Death...



Infinitely better than the piece it's based on, imo. Will buy if it prints.

CapSea


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Re: The Persistence of Memory



Wow. This derby has been a monumental success so far.

AdderXYU


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JesseBYAH


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HeartlineTwist


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AdderXYU wrote:It is, of course, arguable that this isn't reinterpreting the title at all, but instead parodying the work. The title of the piece is "we can do it," not "Rosie the Riveter." This is offtheme.



I think Adder pretty much nails it here.



capedcrusader514


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ladafi wrote:I think this is really cute! Well done artwork too.



Great fix on the cranium.

Sobbid


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Re: The Anatomy Lesson



This looks traced.


sokowa


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truffleshuffle wrote:Memories press in on your head sometimes...persistently.



haha very cool! I love your ideas

AdderXYU


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geekfactor12 wrote:This design is based on The Concert by Vermeer. It is based on both the title and the current status of the painting- The Concert is considered to be the most valuable painting currently stolen.

This is my take on the fact that right now, criminals are the only ones who can enjoy The Concert



This is probably the most intense explanation for a design I've seen around here.

jcmaziu


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Re: The three Graces



... go to fitness.

An actual interpretration of the Rubens's work "The Three Graces"

AdderXYU


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phrozt wrote:I like his tools at the bottom...

And endangeredomaga... are you jsut trying to crap all over every thread??
http://shirt.woot.com/Forums/ViewPost.aspx?PostID=4052994

Seriously.. you're so far off it's pathetic.



he's actually incredibly right. you're just not very discerning

Audacious


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wow! this is dramatic and epic. can anyone tell me what the original Winged Victory looked like?

edugalad


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Re: The Thinker (Neuron Forest)



I love this. It reminds me of the attic black figures on greek amphoras. I will definitely buy this if it prints!

edugalad


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Re: Nighthawks



LOVE LOVE LOVE Just in time for the movie The Guardians! The line art is working so well! I will buy this for sure if it prints! Keep it coming!

talentlessclod


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Re: The Physical Impossibility of Death...



Please sell me this shirt! I'll give you money!

bellarific


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Re: [Modern] Self Portrait with Monkey



Even Frida has a MySpace!!

Original painting:

bellarific


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Re: The Persistence of Memory



Some pretty intense linework in there, friend.

Good job.

rglee129


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Re: Nighthawks



Wonderful!

albinoapple


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Josephus wrote:But, how many Phoenix shirts has woot already printed? 2, 3? more?



Have they?

Siax


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Re: Inspired by Clock Explosion



Well I've seen this artwork in every classroom I was in



so I decided to make this little character hanging onto your t-shirt.

see the story with this little guy is kind of a pun on the name, except he's not exploding, merely exploded off your shoulder and is holding onto his dear life

kathnich


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Re: Mucha's Zodiac



I tuck my shirts in. Low placements just don't work. Too bad, this is great work!

jabberjaws13


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Re: The Physical Impossibility of Death...



wow. my favorite piece from you to date sg.

message - fantastic.
tank - awesome.
shark - ftw!

gmv, and when it prints i'll be buying 2. good luck!

Happy Beer.

lonoffd


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Re: The Thinker



Hope this stays in the fog! Bought holy guacamole and fresh cake, hoping to add another to my walmazan collection (fingers crossed for rock paper scissors as well)! +1

jabberjaws13


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AdderXYU wrote:I would have bet money that your favorite painter was Pollock.



well he said it's "one" of his favs so you might be right, still might be pollack.

Happy Beer.

bellarific


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Re: Inspired by The Great Wave



This is such a winner because of several reasons:

•The originial artwork is immediately recognizable and very popular.
•The re-interpretation is technically solid.
•It's so funny!

Go, Big Wave, go!

jabberjaws13


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Re: Pink Angels



good luck edgar!

Happy Beer.

camoor


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Re: The Discovery of fire



Awesome. This better win.

camoor


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The angel is too sweet, not a big fan of the horned thing but everyone's a critic.

If this prints it's a definite buy from me, GMV

mab299108


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Re: Inspired by The Great Wave



Great work. You really captured the style, and while the original makes me feel small and scared, this one gives me a laugh.

VOTE

KromeHWI


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Re: The Persistence of Memory




The Persistence of Memory
Originally by Salvador Dali


08/06/1945 - a day we will never forget

effiew


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Josephus wrote:But, how many Phoenix shirts has woot already printed? 2, 3? more?



Does it matter if it's a good design?

KromeHWI


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KromeHWI wrote:The Persistence of Memory
Originally by Salvador Dali


08/06/1945 - a day we will never forget




in case you do not know the image, this is the statue of peace at the Hiroshima atomic bomb memorial park.