nancyzas


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Re: Dial Up



Nice deco look and great type choice.

orabbit


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Re: Anatomy of a Troll



I got the joke from the thumbnail, but I wasn't expecting that troll face. It cracked me up!

oubliette


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svelbjorn wrote:
Roy Lichtenstein took inspiration from pulp, 4 color comics of the time. Combine that with one of the move famous moments in all of internet history, Leroy Jenkins and you've got this killer shirt! Alright Chums, let's DO this! Thanks for your vote!!



Uhhh awesome, of course.

omarfeliciano


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Re: Dial Up



Great minds think alike, ;)

Good luck buddy!

lonelypond


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Re: Dial Up



Reminds me of Terminal City, one of my favorite comics from an art + design perspective.

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lonelypond


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Re: The Mrowr



ha! good stuff!

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omarfeliciano


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Re: Cradle of Internetzation



I really like all the little details. Very Nice!

kellhong


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Re: The Mrowr



Classic Art+Kitties=Fawesome!

fungusamongus


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Re: Search in Pure Abstraction



A work from Piet "Modem" Mondrian. I hope the design is abstract enough to avoid any copy right issues, but I just couldn't get this idea out of my head. Enjoy!

orabbit


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omarfeliciano wrote:Great minds think alike, ;)

Good luck buddy!



It's remarkable how similar these two are. Now, they're both in the fog. Let the race begin!

shmicklet


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Re: Modem Scream


This is exactly how I felt during the days of dial up!

omarfeliciano


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Re: Modem Scream



lol +1 because you really made me laugh!

fishbiscuit5


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orabbit wrote:I got the joke from the thumbnail, but I wasn't expecting that troll face. It cracked me up!



Gotta click through for the funny! Glad I could make you laugh. :D










nikoby


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oubliette wrote:Well done! I'm so pleased someone used an ACTUAL art style. Well done.

I'm seeing several actual art styles in truth.

Check out my collaboration with Svelbjorn, we did Lichtenstein...



Thanks! Nice work on the Lichtenstein!

smatzke


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Re: Warhol seez CHEEZ



ohhh...I LOVE this!!!!!! I was hoping for anything warhol-ish.

lonelypond


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Re: Cutout Cat



very nice!!!!!!!!

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SteveBook


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Re: Wireless Internet Access a la Matisse



Art imitates life: Matisse did cut-outs. My early wireless Internet access would cut out, too.

rmstorey


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I love the Art Deco style!

fishbiscuit5


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Re: The Mrowr



haha! This is purrrfect.










rmstorey


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I saw the preliminary of this last night, I really like how it turned out.

rmstorey


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I like the art, but is this on a shirt template?

fishbiscuit5


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Re: Dial Up



Great style and nostalgia.










fishbiscuit5


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Re: 56K



Two art deco modems. This one is great too! Good luck!










oubliette


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Re: LEEEE-ROY LICHTENSTEIN!!! (Classic White Tee)



Collaboration with Svelbjorn and I'm thinking, it looks pretty rad on a white tee.

Now pardon me while I go microwave some chicken...

svelbjorn


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oubliette wrote:Collaboration with Svelbjorn and I'm thinking, it looks pretty rad on a white tee.

Now pardon me while I go microwave some chicken...


I may actually like the white tee better...

I'll get to it.

cfdunbar


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Re: Dial Up



+1 from me. I would actually wear this.

shikausstan


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omarfeliciano wrote:lol +1 because you really made me laugh!



Like wise! Glad that stage of internet is over for most!

belhambone


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I love it, but you guys have to soften the edges. You don't want it to look like an iron on design. A little tweaking and this would be perfect.

benjaminleebates


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oubliette wrote:Agreed!

And HOW is a friggin POP-TART cat a "best moment in internet history"? ...it's 4 minutes of "nyah nyah nyah".



Not to mention, that it looks like he just copied over starry night with really elementary photoshop work, then slapped a NYAN cat on top, the cat is clearly not in the same style as the rest! "look at you, y-uck!"

oubliette


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yes it's on a shirt template. Note the upper right hand of the composite. Though it's a bit clearer on the white shirt. Check the white version out, i like that one better out of the two. (alternate submission)

rmstorey


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So cool! I <3 Art Nouveau style.

oubliette


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belhambone wrote:I love it, but you guys have to soften the edges. You don't want it to look like an iron on design. A little tweaking and this would be perfect.



belhambone wrote:I love it, but you guys have to soften the edges. You don't want it to look like an iron on design. A little tweaking and this would be perfect.



and, i have to say this ...pop art doesn't have soft edges. The frames are there to represent the style. I guess that bears explaining to those not familiar with the era and Roy Lichtenstein (Or Jack Kirby for that matter).

oubliette


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nikoby wrote:Thanks! Nice work on the Lichtenstein!



Much thanks. We're rather proud.

and bests of luck to all the Nyancat shirts this week. We have reached a new level of repetitive and predictable.

(Yes, of course I'm still cranky.)

rmstorey


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Re: Internet's Most Wanted



Love this concept!

oakenspirit


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Re: The Infinite is Possible



I have been told my design is too obscure...

This saddens me...

Maybe I should have named it ZOMBO.KAN...


oubliette


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Re: Strutting Leonardo



The internet ...how? (and I still think this is better than 20 NyanCat submissions)

oubliette


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oakenspirit wrote:I have been told my design is too obscure...

This saddens me...

Maybe I should have named it ZOMBO.KAN...



It has no cat in it. The "interwebs" doesn't recognize things without cats in it. >

oakenspirit


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oubliette wrote:It has no cat in it. The "interwebs" doesn't recognize things without cats in it. >



If you blur your eyes it kind of looks like a cat paw!!!


oubliette


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To assist in the understanding of this style, and to avoid any "confusion" here's a good example:


supermegatopia


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Making funny cat videos and naughty pictures possible.

Re: A Series