ericire


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Ahhhh....

midgerock


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Re: Stacked



another one! great job again you two!!! Love the guy on top!

midgerock


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streetwalkincheetah wrote:Might be considered a little too similar to this:

http://www.threadless.com/product/1489/The_Northern_Black_capped_Gumchewer/tab,guys/style,shirt



similar in that there's a bird blowing a bubble, but apart from that not so much. Thanks for sharing though.

kinzoku


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Thanks everyone!

Sadly, this might be my last derby entry for awhile, depending on how long it takes for me to get a new laptop. Mine barely held on long enough for me to finish this entry, and now it just doesn't seem to want to live anymore. (If anyone wants to PM a recommendation of a new laptop to me, that would be cool. And tablets too, while I'm at it, since the one I own is so old that it's what cavemen used to draw on cave computers with.)

jupilberry


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Re: Marsupial in my pocket



What has this koala so...aroused?

lilygrapetree


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Re: The McEucalyptis is back!



wally, usually I love your shirts(wonderful, wonderful tut, by the way, thank you!!), but something about this design is not digging it for me. in fact I'd say it borders on ramyb-like-odiousness factor.
(sorry, don't be offended, it's only my opinion, one opinion, and I only say this cos, hand on my heart every other wk I I love your work, :-)

dreadwood


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WierdBMD wrote:Thanks for the awesome design. I didn't think it was pop culture either. When in mainstream today (or even outside of the mainstream) do you see RISK mentioned? RISK was originally released in the US in 1959 and has not been created into a movie or any notable video game since it's origination. Albeit the only people that would define this shirt as "pop-culture" would be the Woot community. I don't know whether to be upset about that (no shirt) or happy (because that describes the Woot crowd).



Ah well, hopefully I can use it somewhere. Thanks again for the idea.

dreadwood


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Narfcake wrote:It's happened before.

Pop culture doesn't have super popular to be considered such, nor is it limited to only the present era. I'm won't be surprised if someone submitting a blue koala this derby would be rejected as pop culture just the same, even though the store in context went bankrupt like 20 years ago.



Good to know. Your knowledge of woot-lore/history is uncanny. Thanks a ton (:

walmazan


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Re: Blue Tongue



Looks amazing and so funny! I glad you did! +1

axphw1


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Re: Kookaburra In The Old Gum Tree



Very nice art +1

lauracraft


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Re: Sugar Glider



I always loved these cute creatures ^_^

And since everybody is seeming to do Koala-pictures, here's something cute but different from down under.

Thanks for voting =)

KaylaJ


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Re: K.O.ala-ed



When I first glanced it looked like the koala had a boob, and now I can't unsee that.

axphw1


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captainassassin wrote:I'm pretty sure this is a "Crocodile Dundee" reference, which falls under pop-culture.

But let's sit back and see if the rejection fairy pays you a visit...



disagree- an individual who hadn't seen that movie could appreciate this

SJulian1


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Re: Marsupial in my pocket



Call me crazy, but it looks like this koala has some really messed up back legs. I mean, just look at how tiny they are compared to his front legs.

mrsbarnes123


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morgankohl


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Re: Down Under Mutation



LOVE! You're the only one I'm voting for!

Platypus222


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Re: North for the Winter



I will vote for and then buy any platypus shirt on Woot even though I already have far too many t-shirts. I... can't help myself.

maraich


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I like this but it needs to contrast more. I can't hardly see it.

ianweller


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axphw1 wrote:disagree- an individual who hadn't seen that movie could appreciate this



Such as myself. What the heck is "Crocodile Dundee" and blah blah blah blah blah

Vallam


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The legs of the spider are attached to their cephalothorax, not their abdomen.

Cormano


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You know your shirt is like completely friggin' invisible right

From more than a few feet away people will just think you're wearing a flesh-colored shirt

After a few washings people will think that even if they're pressed right up against you

Cormano


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Re: K.O.ala-ed



Good technical skills, but a nonsensical design in a derivative style

Cormano


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Dogsjill wrote:As the owner of an Australian Cattle Dog, I appreciate this shirt. If one more person tells me that their Australian Shepherd is "practically the same" as my dog, I'm going to blow their head off. Most of those owners don't even know that the breed originated in the States, not Australia.



Pretty sure the Shepherd originated in Spain, not the States

Cormano


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Re: Pointillizard



Glad to see someone turning to traditional Aboriginal art for inspiration, and doing a design on something that isn't a Koala or Kangaroo. I'd want it.

Cormano


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Re: North for the Winter



What is the idea behind this shirt

What sense does it make

Is it a visual pun I'm not picking up on

Cormano


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Re: Crikey!



Is this a reference to the aboriginal genocide

I want at least one reference to the Stolen Generations during this Derby

Cormano


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trevorstearns wrote:This is based around the Aboriginals' use of stencil painting to show their presence and association with a site.



Good shirt

Cormano


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captainassassin wrote:Ok,

Australia does NOT look like a mutant-conjoined-Lhino-baby. You simply squished familiar lion & rhino features into the Australian landmass.

If I were an alien, I'd be offended.
If I were an Australian, I'd be livid, mate.



agreed mate mate

Cormano


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Re: Indigenous Pride



Good shirt design

No one is going to get it though

ChaosDoctor07


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jupilberry wrote:What has this koala so...aroused?



There's eucalyptus in his pocket. That, or he's just happy to see you.

"Don't believe´╗┐ in the you who believes in me. Don't believe in the me who believes in you. Believe in the you who believes in yourself."

Cormano


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Re: Marsupial in my pocket



Koalas are aggressive little guys that lie around all day making horrible sounds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeFjBg5NVVM

ungh, food coma

Cormano


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Re: The McEucalyptis is back!



Hey look its a super-chibi Koala design

Man did I not see that one coming

Cormano


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Re: The Last Stand



So sorry this got rejected

But am I just dumb or what's the landmass all the little yellow guys are standing on

ApeLad


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jasneko wrote:Very charmingly done.



Thanks!

flatlimp


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Re: Outback



Hope You guys like it. Comments are appreciated!

-There's my Chippy

reednilsson


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Isn't the joke/silliness of this shirt the fact that it's a koala in a pocket/pouch or am I reading way too into it?

vaiv


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A pink platypus, what more could you want.

missmelis


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Re: Blue Ring Love



This is great, anemality! The shading and placement are terrific - it looks like you've been doing this for years!

But of course...

ChaosDoctor07 wrote: 2) Those jellyfish look rather phallic, to the point of being pretty noticeable. Once you see it (look at the "head" of the jellyfish), you won't be able to unsee it.

... now I can't unsee it. Damyew, ChaosDoctor07! *shakes fist crankily*

However, overall the design is really visually appealing. Nice job!

The goodness of the true pun is in the direct ratio of its intolerability. - Edgar Allan Poe

missmelis


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Re: Beware the Drop Bear



Huh... does the drop bear not count as pop culture? I guess not, since the Rejectionator has clearly been at work on some other entries.

The goodness of the true pun is in the direct ratio of its intolerability. - Edgar Allan Poe

missmelis


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meepee wrote:Haha
I was contemplating whether to add it or not, but I thought it looked better without.



It does, definitely.

I like the unusual placement... very cute!

The goodness of the true pun is in the direct ratio of its intolerability. - Edgar Allan Poe