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Sheneron


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madalice wrote:But why would this be any more copywrite infringing than the cookie monster shirt that's sold so well?



Good question. I have no idea how they judge their copyrights because its incredibly hypocritical. Somehow this shirt is copyright but these aren't:

http://sale.images.woot.com/Breakfast_of_Plumbersg6fDetail.png

http://sale.images.woot.com/Family_BreakfastdlaDetail.png

sale.images.woot.com/This_Was_a_Triumph_pk5Detail.png

http://sale.images.woot.com/Enchanter64qDetail.png

....etc

dmaz


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Re: Schrödinger's Equation



Oh geez...it's another Crow...good luck getting this off the reckoning.

dmaz


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Re: Flying Lessons



Of the users who consistently make the fog every week, you're the only one with good designs. Thanks for providing some competition for the usual doldrums of ubiquitous PP and RAMYB designs

axphw1


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inspektordogge wrote:Oops, 4 colors on grass. This is my first derby entry. I'd appreciate any comments or criticism! Thanks.



It is a clever idea, but I think that too much is lifted directly from the book cover for it to stand.

sasham62


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tdziekan wrote:I would prefer it without text



Thanks for the input. I thought about leaving off the text ...

capnshiner wrote:The concept is great, but the text ruins it for me. I suggest either ditching the text or incorporating the theme into the text. More "geometrees" might be better too, like a forest.



... and I guess it might be worth trying.

I also thought about more trees, but with that, I think it would be easy to go overboard with that and ... not be able to see the trees for the forest.

Patman1209


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Re: Fun With Fibonacci



I am routinely disappointed with anything math related... not this week though... unsure if I'll buy but things like this are a step in the right direction. Got to have the proper merger of art and math... otherwise you just look like a geek wearing a shirt.

/math degree
//doctorate

Dolemite


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Wow! Thanks for all the love. Come on triple digits!

Re: The Formula



nascent


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Hurry up and win, I want to buy this as a birthday gift xD

sasham62


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Re: Geometrees - no text



Now you can have your Geome-trees T-shirt without the text.

Geometric shapes are all over nature. Here we see them in the shapes of trees.
Thanks to tdziekan and capnshiner for the feeedback and suggestion.

parrotworks


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Re: rainbow x 2



Morning world. Happy rainbow + rainbow.

miquinn


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fossilgirl1 wrote:Love it. GMV



too bad you and I are ones who thinks so... do you have any suggestions to make it a little better?

fnkyflo


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Re: Animal Math



Aw man! This design on any other color shirt would be awesome!

PixelPants


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Re: Quintessential Question



This equation is mostly harmless.

iamanidiot240


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Re: Probability Of A Blue Spiny



3rd row, first column should be RrSS, but it is listed as RrSs. Which is also the same the one to its right. Still an awesome design though, +1 for you anyway.

mjc613


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Re: What acute triangle!



Without the title, this would require too much explanation

mjc613


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Re: The Divine Prrrrrrrrrportion!



The Purrfect Parody.

elankat


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Re: The Original Matrix



I like the design itself, but it looks really bad on the shirt blank.

elankat


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Re: Fluid Dynamics



Beautifully done.

ejsturm1


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I really hope this wins. I study these formulas and hope to make a career out of them. Thank you for this design!

isaaccates


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Re: Numbirds



That's a shirt I would wear proudly, even though I myself have no boobies (nor ibises nor geese).

crazydoglady


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paigeg wrote:This, I like. Not saying I'd buy/wear - math is not my thing, and I doubt anyone I know would get it. In fact, I can almost guarantee it. But this is what I was talking about in the threads for other 'equation' subs that were done in rigid rectangles - no flow. This has flow. And I like the hand-written look of the equation.
I first thought of 'Nevermore' when I saw this, and groaned. But if nothing else, this would print much more nicely.



I thought of Nevermore and groaned too... but I like it. A lot. And most of my friends/family are Big Bang fans so even though they wouldn't get it at first, all I would have to do is say, "Schrodinger's equation" and they would get it.

ainecful


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Re: The Divine Prrrrrrrrrportion!



I just can't help thinking that the cat has an udder.

jboshaw


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madalice wrote:But why would this be any more copywrite infringing than the cookie monster shirt that's sold so well?



there's not enough parody in this shirt for woot to be able to run it. it features silhouettes of the fraggles dancing around, which is what they would do any other day on the show.

the binge does not specifically depict sesame street's cookie monster (even though we all know that's who the design is based on) because the face is not shown. the original binge shirt, if you go back to that derby, was rejected because it featured cookie monster as a whole character.

crazydoglady


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Re: The Hermit Crab and the Klein Bottle



I admit it - I had to google "Klein Bottle" (one of the reasons I love this site, I'm always learning!). Very cool, GMV

ceptious


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Here is an illustration that celebrates the beauty of nature's tiny ice crystals, snowflakes.

This fractal snowflake is built in six colors on an black.

juliaL719


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Re: Nerd Hive



Oh, good. Someone understood the theme.

Bees are intensely cool and terrifying. And I'm all about hexagons.

sphereswithears


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mrwednesday wrote:I do specialize in genetics, specifically quantitative genetics, and there are absolutely no mathematical concepts that this evokes. You can't have Hardy Weinberg without a population. I see none. There are no mathematical constants associated with DNA stability or binding energy between strands because it depends entirely on the amino acid residues in a given strand. This is like drawing any random object, say a cute bunny, on the ground and saying it represents gravity.



Well, in theory, DNA has a parallel structure and specific ratios of purines to pyrimidines. I know, that is kinda fishing, but it's something.

bluetuba


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asmadasrabbits wrote:Your creativity is astounding. Another vote from me.



LOL! Are you sure you know what creativity means?

nights123


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Re: The Chameleon with the Fibonacci Tail



This is really cute! /wants it

grazingsheep


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hey im new here and i was wondering if we could submit something that is glow in the dark?

kylemittskus


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D3lusional wrote:It's just a golden spiral superimposed over a nice background... arbitrary.



Love the Nautilus design where the math is absolutely NOT arbitrary. But for this design, I agree that the math is arbitrary. I understand what the golden ratio is and it doesn't appear in the moon with the landscape and trees and such. It does in the nautilus shell. Hence, arbitrary vs. not arbitrary use of it.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

kylemittskus


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This is Nevermore in cat version. Strike two for completely unoriginal ideas this derby for RamyB!

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

ceptious


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Here is texture detail of the illustration.


bigpauly85


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Incredible detail and creativity. Please please please let this one win.


bigpauly85


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Incredible detail and creativity. Please please please let this one win.


ceptious


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nice illustration



ceptious


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Beautiful illustration, cool concept, well executed.



Ceptious

amreli


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Re: Phi-angular Nature


Phi stands for the golden ratio which of course is found in the golden spiral, golden rectangle, golden triangle, etc., etc. Also often found in plants as the angular spacing between leaves (in addition to many other examples).

3 colors on Navy. Posting a link to a bigger (less blurry) version soon... And of course, the angle of the halftone lines is the golden angle (137.5).


kylemittskus


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asmadasrabbits wrote:THIS IS STUNNINGLY ORIGINAL
gmv



I don't think that word means what you think it means.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

schroddie


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Re: Schrödinger's Equation

It is unfortunate that so many people are (again) targeting Ramyb for "not being original." Calligrams have been around for a very long time, well before the Nevermore tee-shirt. Calligrams made of equations (not just numbers) is however a first, as far as I know. This is an awesome idea and I really hope this tee-shirt wins.