harantula


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Re: The Scientific Method



Great style!






merlindylan


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Re: Science Rules!


Great Slogan. I want to wear that. ++1

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merlindylan


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razorlust wrote:Tesla / Marconi would work on a shirt too, though I thing a Twain / Tesla presidency would be a lot more interesting.

As much as I love the idea I'd only wear this shirt after a president shot his vice president. Or perhaps fatally electrocuted him.

Some rifts can never be breached.


Actually, Tesla and Marconi had quite a feud as well... being as how Tesla invented the fundamentals of radio first and Marconi used Tesla's patents as the basis of his own work.

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harantula


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Re: Test Science!





nice :D






plainyoghurt


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Re: Cranial Scavenge



You really can't.

merlindylan


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Re: Ionic Bonds


Great Idea.

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merlindylan


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tomspc wrote:Glad to hear someone say that. I called out the great Ramyb on their obvious plagiarism but we'll see where that goes.


Are you saying you think RamyB be a plurality?

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merlindylan


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Re: Billions


Ilikeit.

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merlindylan


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Re: Social Science Networking


The Silver Surfer has a new
girlfriend...

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chachachino


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Re: Dreams Fulfilled! Wishes Granted!



Onward Science! For wishes! For Dreams! With Science come great promises of a brighter tomorrow. Nobody loves you better than Science.

here's a larger image of the artwork:

harantula


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Re: Evolution




awesome






tomspc


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j5 wrote:Beaker -->

Erlenmeyer Flask -->



those pesky details get me everytime

tomspc


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mjc613 wrote:Too many of these in this derby!



indeed there are!

tomspc


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mtboensel wrote:I understand your pain. No disrespect to the artist, but I think this idea is overdone. And while I do realize it is a parody of a WWII propaganda poster, it doesn't scream propaganda in the same way that designs like "Birds of Prey" do.



agree

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Awesome! Thanks! You just got my vote!

Re: United for Science v.2



flemtone


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chachachino wrote:Onward Science! For wishes! For Dreams! With Science come great promises of a brighter tomorrow. Nobody loves you better than Science.

here's a larger image of the artwork:


I LIKE it!

Great atmosphere, really cool retro stylings.

flemtone


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tomspc wrote:This looks like plagiarism to me



oops....after toggling between the images for a few minutes, I concur. These are just too close for comfort, at least imho.

orabbit


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Re: Dreams Fulfilled! Wishes Granted!



Perfect! You really nailed the shading style and optimistic pose. And the type looks great too. So often I see great images with mediocre type. Nice to see that you've got both locked in.

Caddywompus


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Re: Rex the Riveter



This is probably the best take I've seen done with the Rosie parody. Fog worthy submission indeed. Good luck.


Caddywompus


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Re: The Gray Menace

This guy needs to sneak back into the fog, that's its home.

Mavyn


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doctortachyon wrote:Would have liked it on a darker blue but their choice of color was dark royal, very dark navy, and this blue. The Navy just off black.

Also trying to keep to the theme. This my take on it with 60's style and color scheme in faded pastels.

Thanks for looking.

Also if they print it they're going to change it for maximum selling. Nothing final here.



Woot won't make changes. Not sure what you think they might do?

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

stingray69


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mjc613


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Re: Core Curriculum



I don't think this will show up well on the shirt.

omarfeliciano


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syneye wrote:totally relevant youtube video...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QVXdEOiCw8



Thanks for sharing. I really enjoy watching Jack Horner's conferences. Have you seen the one about "shape-shifting dinosaurs". It's very eye opening.

Thanks for all the nice comments, guys. Keep them coming

orabbit


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Re: Join the evolution



I just want to say that this plagiarism witch hunt is ridiculous. The evolution sequence is nearly as ubiquitous as the smiley face. This was clearly drawn from scratch to evoke a well known and oft-used image.

Last week's debacle was a different matter. You can smell art theft a mile away, and this is not that. As Louis Armstrong said, “If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know.”

ETA - I was enjoying the discussion this was provoking, and I was glad to hear Ramy's well worded thoughts on belief. Now the whole thread has "devolved" into a morass of negative energy.

j5


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Re: Obey Gravity



Was wondering when someone would do this trope.
Nicely crafted.

move along

Mavyn


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dwillars wrote:
VIVA LA SCIENCE

The likeness of the graphic was a propaganda poster in south america before american pop culture made a t-shirt of it.

I don't know if you can call a scientist a celebrity, but the state Einstein resided in was a common-law state where his right to celebrity died with him.



Woot interpretation doesn't rely on standards. This style of poster is part of pop culture now, and Einstein is probably the best known scientist of the modern era.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

j5


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Mavyn wrote:Woot interpretation doesn't rely on standards. This style of poster is part of pop culture now, and Einstein is probably the best known scientist of the modern era.

If they kick this for pop-culture, they must kick all of the "Keep Calm" entries as well.
Will they?
Who can tell?

move along

tomspc


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orabbit wrote:I just want to say that this plagiarism witch hunt is ridiculous. The evolution sequence is nearly as ubiquitous as the smiley face. This was clearly drawn from scratch to evoke a well known and oft-used image.

Last week's debacle was a different matter. You can smell art theft a mile away, and this is not that. As Louis Armstrong said, “If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know.”

ETA - I was enjoying the discussion this was provoking, and I was glad to hear Ramy's well worded thoughts on belief. Now the whole thread has "devolved" into a morass of negative energy.



I have seen charts like this since elementary school however they are not all identical. It is not the smiley face. This is the first chart that appears when you google it. Ramyb could have changed it up but even the arms, legs, the hair line, everything is identical to this one picture. Call it what you want, whether it's plagiarism or not it's definitely lazy. Come on be original. If Ramyb is such a great artist as everyone in here claims, he/she would not be taking these types of short cuts.

citizencoyote


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Re: Obey Gravity



Aren't flying penguins forbidden, or has that old "rule" lapsed?

Nicely done, regardless.

Mavyn


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citizencoyote wrote:Aren't flying penguins forbidden, or has that old "rule" lapsed?

Nicely done, regardless.



The rule against flying penguins was revoked. Derby 92, in fact, with James Cho's marvelous steam punk penguin.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

deboraho


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orabbit wrote:I just want to say that this plagiarism witch hunt is ridiculous. The evolution sequence is nearly as ubiquitous as the smiley face. This was clearly drawn from scratch to evoke a well known and oft-used image.

Last week's debacle was a different matter. You can smell art theft a mile away, and this is not that. As Louis Armstrong said, “If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know.”

ETA - I was enjoying the discussion this was provoking, and I was glad to hear Ramy's well worded thoughts on belief. Now the whole thread has "devolved" into a morass of negative energy.



I am really confused.... seriously, what determines theft vs not, if it is someone else's art work ?

wottwin


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citizencoyote wrote:Aren't flying penguins forbidden, or has that old "rule" lapsed?

Nicely done, regardless.



Well, of course they are forbidden. That's why there's a task force! ;)

wottwin


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Re: Obey Gravity



Makes me smile. Good job!

fuacka


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omarfeliciano


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Re: Obey Gravity



Very well done!

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oakenspirit wrote:Okay... so... This halloween at Scareoke... I am totally dressing as Tesla and singing Life on Mars... You have inspired me sir!



And it is fitting since Bowie played Tesla in the Prestige anyway.

oakenspirit


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Re: Core Curriculum



Looks fairly slick but my paranoia can't stop seeing EYES!!!


harzack


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Re: The Scientific Method



Thanks for your comments and votes. The characters are Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.There are absent many geniuses that I had liked to include but the lack of space is the motive.

tomspc


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orabbit wrote:I just want to say that this plagiarism witch hunt is ridiculous. The evolution sequence is nearly as ubiquitous as the smiley face. This was clearly drawn from scratch to evoke a well known and oft-used image.

Last week's debacle was a different matter. You can smell art theft a mile away, and this is not that. As Louis Armstrong said, “If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know.”

ETA - I was enjoying the discussion this was provoking, and I was glad to hear Ramy's well worded thoughts on belief. Now the whole thread has "devolved" into a morass of negative energy.



"Art plagiarism is taking the basic composition of a piece of art and using that as basis to make your own image. You may not have a print-out of the "reference work" directly beneath your paper, and you may even be changing which character(s) are portrayed, but that still doesn't change the fact that the composition of a piece of art is the intellectual property of the original owner. You're still stealing artwork if you keep the same composition and specific details/arrangement, even *if* you changed which characters are portrayed and even *if* you drew the lines without tracing them. The specific combination of elements that together combine to form the overall composition of a work is the intellectual property of the original creator.

But, don't be fooled--just like it's art theft to combine multiple images into one image, it's art plagiarism to combine multiple "references" into a single piece. Identically copying any major element of another person's work is still art theft."

http://datenshikurai.deviantart.com/journal/What-Is-Art-Plagiarism-READ-THIS-234951828