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omarfeliciano


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Re: Smoreshenge



mmm, tasty

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: 7 Rejected Wonders of the World



The rifle tower is the best one/

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: Hello from Springfield



Not a fan of The Simpsons anymore, but I really like it.

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: The Croquet Colossus of East St Louis



That'll consume a lot of concrete ;)

fossilgirl1


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Re: Moonument



Love this! Hope you get a print but if you don't you should print elsewhere and market them to the kids at FAU. Their mascot is an owl.

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: monument to safe surfing



I lol'ed so hard with this one, glad Woot decided to keep it this time.

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: Escher's Tower



Very nice!

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: Land of the Fries



I bet she's a little bit chubby under that robe...

jasonshepherd


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Re: Baconhenge



It's the legendary Baconhenge...and yes, I've been there AND got the t-shirt.

Thanks for looking!

Earlysong


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Re: The Library of Appalachia



The main reason I find this so amusing is it says "come look at OUR book." It makes it look like the Appalachians are poking fun at themselves, rather than pointing a finger at someone and saying, "you only have one book, haha!"

I love this, and I love Boots's sense of humor. It always makes me smile

I love this website! ^^

kyrax1213


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Re: Lucky Park



subtitle killed it. i rather have you tell us what it means so we can have other people guess and ask

qetza


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Re: Vulcan, AB



This was a tough one. My first thoughts were to find humorous or unusual city names and build something from that. I wanted to do Hell, Michigan, but someone had already done a really nice old fashioned looking postcard for it.

Vulcan was a second choice, and although they have a few Star trek related attractions, I didn't notice from researching they had a giant hand statue.

drmaxdog


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Re: Moonument



So glad to see this is moving up quickly!! Really would like to purchase this shirt!!

tinkerfknbell


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Re: The Rainguard



I do see the globular feeling of the rounded bottom with the umbrella but I don’t think it really works to your advantage on this design. I agree that a fade-out bottom would give a more ethereal quality and reiterate the storm/rain at the top, making it more aesthetically pleasing. In other words, it would be way cooler with a jaggedy bottom 

Tinkerfknbell

tinkerfknbell


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ApeLad wrote:The alternate title was The 3.14th Most Livable City in America.



I would have enjoyed that title. Too funny. I'm gonna have to give you a thumbs up on this one!

Tinkerfknbell

DianaSprinkle


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Re: Welcome To Egypt



Gah, so adorable! I'm having a little trouble separating the kitty from the background pyramids but this is pretty nice.

endangeredomega


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Re: Vulcan, AB




I think it's well done, but the lettering just doesn't work for me. The "V" keeps reading as a "U".

collinvh


quality posts: 62 Private Messages collinvh
Re: One Sweet Landmark



I LOVE candy!



Hope you enjoy the design & please vote.

phineus


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Re: Stairway to Heaven



Yeah, this is a really great design, and your other entry is pretty good, too, but I just honestly don't see the theme in either one. Good luck regardless, maybe woot will be nice to you.

lemonlade


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DianaSprinkle wrote:Gah, so adorable! I'm having a little trouble separating the kitty from the background pyramids but this is pretty nice.



Thank you!

and yeah, I ended up cutting out some darker color bc i had more than 6 colors, but thats really no excuse. >_<

lemonlade


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DianaSprinkle wrote:Gah, so adorable! I'm having a little trouble separating the kitty from the background pyramids but this is pretty nice.



*** Also, your meow annoying cat pixel entry (great description right? :P ) anyway, I saw it this morning, It's the best thing ever <3

geekfactor12


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Re: Vesieaupani



Landmark my ass, this is clearly a watermark!

Objection!

/silliness

Spiritgreen


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Re: Moonument



Lovely, Naolito. Big +1

crazydoglady


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Re: 7 Rejected Wonders of the World



So clever! My favorite is also the Tower of Rifle - in fact, if you worked that up by itself (maybe with iron girders around the stocks, spiral staircase around the barrels, an observation deck at the top, etc.) so that it was so obviously a pun on that other tower that you didn't even need the label, that would be amazing! Good Work!

crazydoglady


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Re: The Croquet Colossus of East St Louis



This came out great! The changes in the lighting really make a difference, good call. GMV

Spiritgreen


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Re: Lucky Park



Heheh, the 7 gods of fortune! I have a moneybox of them riding a giant gold frog that I bought in China. (Epcot, China :p)

Cool shirt, Robbie!

rahbi


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Re: The Monolith



What if some everyday object we projected into space was the thing that jump-started alien intelligence?


mattlussier


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Re: America Rocks



nice... lincoln rocks! i see this shirt selling at Ted Nugent concerts




rahbi


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Re: One Sweet Landmark



SWEET!! GMV


rahbi


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Re: America Rocks



Nice design. GMV


rahbi


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Re: Monument To The Retro-Future!



This is kinda hot.


therealcoolbreeze


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Re: Ephemeral Edifice



I want this shirt now.

rahbi


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Re: The Dark Side of Pyramids



Funny Concept


rahbi


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Re: Escher's Tower



Spiritgreen nails another one.


rahbi


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rahbi wrote:Spiritgreen nails another one.



I mean.. Patrickspens


tobefonseca


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rahbi wrote:Funny Concept



Thx! :]

tobefonseca


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rahbi wrote:What if some everyday object we projected into space was the thing that jump-started alien intelligence?



Really nice! :]

rahbi


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Re: The Monolith



For those who do not know, this is a reference to Arthur C. Clarke's 2001: A Space Odyssey.


vorteks


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Re: Lighthouse of the Rockies



I have no idea why, but I find this hilarious! GMV.

Josephus


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xazothia wrote:I'm torn between wishing this was less subtle, and knowing that the subtlety here is actually perfect for the subject. Y'know, that initial sense that something is just a little off, and then hey what's thaOHMYGODRUN



thank you. the subtlety is too much for Woot, I'm afraid. Knew it, but bums me out.