unclemike1@yahoo.com


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Re: Oh The Places You'll Go



Maybe have the kid sitting against a truffula tree reading The Lorax? Or having the Lorax do so? As it is, have to agree it's a little too close to the actual book illustration.

walmazan


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Re: An Unexpected Journey



Amazing work and details! +1

impreza13


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Re: Swept Away



Damn! This is awesome!

j5


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Re: Guilty Pleasure

Man, I find your style to be distinctive and refreshing. Please consider submitting some things to a site that will give it proper appreciation (i.e.a print).

move along

tyjer


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I would pick this up in a heartbeat.. Gimmi ^.^

orabbit


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Re: Let your imagination run wild



My wife looked at this and said "He's reading by moonlight? He'll ruin his eyes!"

Trelligan


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Re: Book Portal



Great idea, needs work on the execution. Not everything should be blurred, perhaps just the person entering being just a silhouette against the bright background.

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It's pronounced TREHL-ih-gan, rhymes with well-it-can, stress on the first syllable.

yazmin115


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Re: A Rainbow of Reading



This brings back so many great memories!!

seaturtle


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Re: E-Reading Rainbowwww!!



This design kicks @$$! I love the memories growing up with Levar and the Rainbow and it's about time to have these butterflies in the sky join the 21st century!

loridi


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orabbit wrote:I didn't know Moby was short for Richard. Thanks Woot filter!



The things the woot filter teaches...

I do love the "Now a major motion picture" sticker. Very nice touch.

bluejester


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orabbit wrote:I first realized this when I got my parents to rent Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the age of 8 or 9. The book was amazing (at least that's how I remember it), so I couldn't understand why Moby Van Dyke was jumping around and singing like that. Some truths are learned early.



I was laughing pretty hard at the wootfilter on this one. I was thinking, "Why is he picking on the guy's weight? I never thought of Mr. Van Dyke as being fat at all-oh wait. I get it."

orabbit


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bluejester wrote:I was laughing pretty hard at the wootfilter on this one. I was thinking, "Why is he picking on the guy's weight? I never thought of Mr. Van Dyke as being fat at all-oh wait. I get it."



Oh wait, I just got it too. I thought it was referring to techno Moby, how people consider him a snobby prick or something. You'd think the white whale would occur to me in a derby about books.

misstracee


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Re: Appointment with Death



yes! i love it.

delunut


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Re: Cthulhu Can't Sleep

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I want this to be a shirt so badly...I'd give it to my brother for when he graduates from bootcamp...

sjderrick28


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Re: The Pen Is Mightier



This is so great! However, it would be a lot better if it wasn't on a book...it looks awkward on a t-shirt!

Betoku


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Re: Italian Night


Great colorful design!

malapua


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Re: Italian Night



Lots of imagination for cooking Italian!

biticol


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orabbit wrote:Yes, please resubmit. Maybe light blue? This shirt tickles my fancy.



thanks!

biticol


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jwmgkjm


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That looks like my little boy... wearing his Mario hat.. nose deep in the Mario Coin Counting Guide... I agree you can get lost in a non-fiction book!

dsgnGrl


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dsgnGrl wrote:



Yes! It is the Wild Rumpus, featuring Gandalf, Sherlock Holmes, Dracula, the Mad Hatter and Cheshire Cat, and Guinevere.

citizencoyote


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Re: An Inevitable Fate (No words version)



Yay! Glad you brought this version back!

citizencoyote


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Re: World Domination (for cats)



I like both the design and the color. Double bonus!

curlycue9


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Inspiration from one of my favorite books, Clockwork Orange. Hope you like!

orabbit


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sjderrick28 wrote:This is so great! However, it would be a lot better if it wasn't on a book...it looks awkward on a t-shirt!



I agree, but it doesn't seem to be stopping people from voting. I'm not sure I should submit a second version. Here's what it would look like. Thoughts?

JoeMarfice


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Nicely subtle! Took me a moment, but I knew that I knew what it was...

orabbit


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Re: The Book Was Better 2



I think this is much more wearable, but I feel like a bit of the joke is lost. What do you all think?

jfsiv


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Trelligan wrote:Great idea, needs work on the execution. Not everything should be blurred, perhaps just the person entering being just a silhouette against the bright background.



Thanks for the advice I'll keep it in mind, but right now it looks too flat when I tried it, I'll keep working on it though thanks.

kcastle411


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Re: Whimsical Encounter



Wow! Cool! I like


iraine


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walmazan wrote:Amazing work and details! +1


Most awesome dwarves in the galaxy and beyond

jazznjoe11


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Re: Oh The Places You'll Go



Very cute!

ste7enl


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Re: Lose Yourself



Hey, pretty close to the fog, I can dig it. Thanks for all the votes everyone

namshub1337


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orabbit wrote:I just realized I messed up the comp. I somehow left off the "motion picture" seal. Here's what you're really voting on.



I think you SHOULD leave off the "now a motion picture". It's funny in and of itself and doesn't need the added irony that this book ALSO became a motion picture.

nickcpdt


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This is a fantastic interpretation of this theme! I'd love to get this one :-)

Re: Igniting Imagination



hkbialik


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This is too cute! I want it!

Re: Igniting Imagination



curlycue9


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Thank you

guppy808


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Re: Italian Night



Looking for a great receipt for some mario marinara sauce, I hope it wins!!

orabbit


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Re: The Pen Is Mightier 2



Since I messed up the comp on the last one, I decided to resub yet again. This time, just the basic message, which I think stands alone. Sorry for being so indecisive.

sthompson238


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jazznjoe11 wrote:Very cute!



Thank you!

sanickers


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Re: autobiography



Well Parrotworks,
Once again you have dazzled the world with you unparallelled art. But the true highlight of this shirty, apart from the clever nomenclature, is the text font. Where did you get your font artist? Certainly not a dull, brown, bookish type?
Best wishes on winning!
~Your Secret Shirtless Admirer