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mrwednesday


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Re: 1971 - Fuzzy Warbles



it' quite refreshing seeing a referential design based off of a quote and drawn in your own style rather than just aping someone else's work. I also very much like the placement. Diagonal designs are rare and can be tough to execute, but you've done it well.

juliaL719


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Re: 1989: Insanity



But it's STILL BATMAN.

nessa204


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Re: 1987



Fred Astaire, known for choreography and dancing in the film world, died on June 22, 1987.

mrwednesday


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Re: 1968: Food Was Cheap



This is executed really well. It looks really sharp on the shirt and your choices on the typography were very good in my opinion.

artulo


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Re: 1974: Lucy Discovered



Hello fellow 1974-ite.

I don't like the Peanuts cartoon, but this a clever idea. Seems too big on the shirt, maybe shrink up the image size some.

Voted anyhow good luck.

neon1313


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this is what happened at the after party after David Bowies 50th birthday bash

specsmachine


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After having to remove Nathan Pyle's "Dark Knight" I can understand why woot would be a little gun-shy about printing another Batman design, especially so soon after the incident. DC lawyers are probably watching this website like a hawk.

That being said, this definitely would benefit from glow-in-the-dark ink.

mrwednesday


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Re: 1977 - Dark Side



I'd be surprised if this lasts. Apple rigorously and ruthlessly defends it's branding to absurd and inane levels. It will be interesting to see how brave they want to be.

fishbiscuit5


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mrwednesday wrote:This is executed really well. It looks really sharp on the shirt and your choices on the typography were very good in my opinion.



Thank you, mrwednesday! That means a lot. In a sea of artists born in Nintendo and Star Wars years, it's hard to stand out this time around.







fishbiscuit5


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jasneko wrote:It feels all invasive doesn't it? And weird to learn everyone's ages!

Funny, clever, and sharp looking design fishbiscuit!



Thanks so much, Jas! My secret of old age is out! lol. :D







bermanator820


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Re: 1977: Modal Punk



Thank you for the music reference!!! It's an awesome album, and it's Star Wars. Nothing else is necessary.

duross12


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omarfeliciano wrote:I'm going to vote because it really made me laugh!



thanks this is the first time ive submitted i realy dig yours to i like how the red ghost is telling them all whats up

bermanator820


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Re: 1986: Dark Side of the Moon



Idk...the album came out in 1973.

cpresti


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goldenthorn wrote:I really like this entry--I voted for it!--but, err... well, from a distance, at a quick glance... it looks like they're humping. I know, I know, I'm sure it's just my juvenile mind being all juvenile and mind-y, but, well... still. (But I do like it and would happily buy it, visual trickery of doggy-sexing notwithstanding.)



I was going to say the same thing! Trick of the eye!

Check out my Food design please!

toby8915


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Rumble in the Jungle is the famous Ali vs Foreman boxing match in Zaire which happened in 1974. I am using more of the name of the fight than the fight itself obviously using decepticon rumble in a jungle.

j5


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Re: 1989: Insanity


Sorry for your loss, man.

move along

flemtone


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Re: 1957



Had to give this one props and my vote - no year beats '57!

auntieclo


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flemtone wrote:Had to give this one props and my vote - no year beats '57!



Thank You! :D

phox325


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pseudomega wrote:Cool idea, but why are the letters cut off? That's not how ASCII art is supposed to work.



There are rules for how art is supposed to work?!

Please vote for Cookies!

truelink


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Re: 1986



You owe me a new monitor. I was trying to throw my money at the screen for this, and now mine is broken.

auntieclo


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Re: 1967 - Summer of Love



I loved the 60's! Its an awesome Tee!

lyonscc


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bermanator820 wrote:Idk...the album came out in 1973.



I wasn't referencing the album, I was ref'ing the Apollo 8 viewing of the dark side of the moon...

thumperchick


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Re: 1974: Lucy Discovered



Love it. +1

neeznoodle


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Re: 2000




No, I wasn't born in 2000, but I'm also not the artist. My 11-year-old daughter is (you can see from my previous entries that I've credited her with the designs).

She was born in 2000, and the hanging chad was a big part of US history late that year. This is her take on hanging Chad.

MJDeViant


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Re: 1982



A quick one before I get into a more movie based one. Hope you like it!

Also, I know some people don't like white t-shirts but I thought it felt more like something that would be handed out.

Let the boring call you crazy.
Let the crazy call you boring.

nessa204


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Re: 1982: First Contact



Are those Be Careful What You Eat reflected in that monkey's eyes? xP

nessa204


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nessa204 wrote:Are those Be Careful What You Eat reflected in that monkey's eyes? xP



Apparently "sk*ttles" are inappropriate :O

tarmawolf


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juliaL719 wrote:But it's STILL BATMAN.



Yep. It's still Batman. Take some time off and come up with something original.

nessa204


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Re: 1977 - Light Side



R2 is clearly the best there ever was.

nessa204


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Re: 1990 Resub



The subtle green is great and I love the added block! Def. would buy.

nessa204


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Re: 1989: Exxon Valdez:coming soon to a shore near you



You've managed to combine adorable and depressing very effectively.
Kudos to you

cpresti


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Re: 1974: Lucy Discovered



Great! But on a nit-picky note that huge fingerprint is somewhat odd. Great concept though!

Check out my Food design please!

cpresti


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Re: 1971-Floppy Diskette



This is so good! I don't even have anything to complain about! ;)

Check out my Food design please!

Andy47240


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Re: 1970: Blue Flame


Gary Gabelich drives the rocket-powered Blue Flame to an official world land speed record of 622.287 mph (1 001.452 863 km/h) on the dry lake bed of the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. The record, the first above 1 000 km/h, stands for nearly 13 years.



margiecakes


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Re: 1989: Exxon Valdez:coming soon to a shore near you



Wow. This just made me incredibly sad.

axphw1


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Re: 1984, a year of epic movies



And of the four of them Karate Kid was the biggest box office.

Also no love for Footloose? That movie screams epic!

lyonscc


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phox325 wrote:There are rules for how art is supposed to work?!



:-) That's something my art teacher used to say to me (and she's been publishing stuff for years now!)

ASCII art (at least the kind I used to mess around with) was of two flavors:

1) Pure text (typically black & white), where the characters varied to make the picture.

2) Color HTML, where you varied the color of the characters to make the picture, often times spelling out specific words or sentences in the text, itself.

I chose the latter route in this derby...

kawaiirosalia


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bpeterson82 wrote:I thought Mario Bros came out in 85



Actually, Mario Bros, the arcade game came out in 83. In Japan. So technically this shirt is correct.

tjschaeffer


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Re: 1982 - First International Day of Peace



September 21, 1982 marked the first celebration of the United Nation's International Day of Peace. It is celebrated yearly, and is a day specifically dedicated to the absence of war. At the start of the day, the "Peace Bell" is rung at the UN. The side of the bell is inscribed with the words "Long live absolute world peace." Those celebrating the day often wear badges in the shape of doves.

First International Day of Peace


5 colors on baby blue, to match the colors of the UN flag.

velasa


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Re: 1993



....It's a Grunder dino? I'm in love, this needs to happen.