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ochopika


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Re: Hungover



Oh kitty... get yourself together!
(Another one with animals drawing on other animals. It's fun to draw!)

taternuggets


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Re: High Energy At Club Fission



No text this week. Nice though.


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windwounder


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Re: Last Bite



Is that a Vampire?

autsey


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flemtone wrote:Oh. Oh yes.

I would SO wear this on a gig!



Cool! Thanks for the sweet words

mapinto


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Re: Let's Play!



Haha, phallic.

JoysAreJummy


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Re: Game Night



WHAT IS GAME NIGHT!!!!?

I wonder if anyone will get the reference. Nice design buddy, I'm there with you.

ksschneider


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taternuggets wrote:No text this week. Nice though.



Oh dang, totally missed that, hah. I guess this design will have to wait until next time! :p

ravensfan21


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Red solo cup... I fill you up... proceed to party! I can't wait to buy this one!

Re: Let's Play!



omarfeliciano


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Re: Midnight City



This would be a great shirt to wear at the premier of Pacific Rim

romans001


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Re: Last Bite



its up to your imagination ;)

ochopika


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phox325 wrote:Ha! The Great Catsby!



The art is nice and I like the style, but how is it not pop-culture? It's definitely referencing something that just got turned into a movie...again.

ambergreen


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Re: Liquid Skills



I love this style.

wirdou


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Mavyn wrote:Why is the milk angled?



you know...he's been shaking the bottle like crazy XD jk, you are right, I'll put it less angled for the file, as it's a minor change thanks!

kharmazero


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julesvern97


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ochopika wrote:The art is nice and I like the style, but how is it not pop-culture? It's definitely referencing something that just got turned into a movie...again.



I suppose it depends on what "pop culture" is. The book is circa 1925. It's a tough call. Would a new movie on Romeo and Juliet mean that was pop culture now, and for how long?

I ran with the idea that pop-culture was Star Wars, Dr. Who, etc.

Julie R. Neidlinger
Lone Prairie Art | julesvern97

uncle0wnage


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Re: Sims city



No text this week, bud.

justkissmybass


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Re: Sims city



This is a cool concept, but I think it's going to be rejectinatored with pop-culture references :\

edit: oh yeah, and no text.

justkissmybass


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Re: A Little Foggy on the Rules



This needs more votes. Brilliant concept!

omarfeliciano


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Re: Silent Party



Very cute and fun design!

omarfeliciano


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Re: After Party



The lipstick is a nice touch!

ochopika


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julesvern97 wrote:I suppose it depends on what "pop culture" is. The book is circa 1925. It's a tough call. Would a new movie on Romeo and Juliet mean that was pop culture now, and for how long?

I ran with the idea that pop-culture was Star Wars, Dr. Who, etc.



I'd think that pop culture would include anything in current movies, t.v, music, ect... since it's now a brand new movie, I'd think this would be included. The Hobbit was written in 1937 sooo... is that also not pop?

julesvern97


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ochopika wrote:I'd think that pop culture would include anything in current movies, t.v, music, ect... since it's now a brand new movie, I'd think this would be included. The Hobbit was written in 1937 sooo... is that also not pop?



I'm not sure. It's a good question. I don't think of The Hobbit (or LOTR) as pop culture, even it is popular *in* culture now. I associate it with an older book I read as a child. It's a tough call. We'll just have to let them decide.

Julie R. Neidlinger
Lone Prairie Art | julesvern97

lyonscc


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ochopika wrote:I'd think that pop culture would include anything in current movies, t.v, music, ect... since it's now a brand new movie, I'd think this would be included. The Hobbit was written in 1937 sooo... is that also not pop?



Just to add my $0.02 - Without the title (which isn't on the shirt), this is just two cats in 20's garb and a nice Art Deco backdrop.

There's no props that actually *identify* the design as being related to TGG (i.e. no Rolls-Royce w/ a dead cat behind it, a smoking gun, etc.) As I read the Derby theme, the Roaring Twenties came to mind, which (if we published our collaboration email thread) was where the idea came from.

I don't remember who gave the guideline, but a good test for "pop culture" is "if you need to know an outside source reference to understand the design, it's probably Pop Culture." As it is, you don't need to know the Great Gatsby to understand the 20's night scene...

(Again, just my $0.02)

ochopika


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julesvern97 wrote:I'm not sure. It's a good question. I don't think of The Hobbit (or LOTR) as pop culture, even it is popular *in* culture now. I associate it with an older book I read as a child. It's a tough call. We'll just have to let them decide.



Yea, I see how it wouldn't seem like pop if it wasn't "big and flashy" when you were most familiar with it. Anyways, yes it is up to them. Good luck!

jezzebelljc


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Re: Life of a star



You ever wonder what the stars are up there doing? Well, now you know. Night life explained...

6 colors on black

lyonscc


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ochopika wrote:Yea, I see how it wouldn't seem like pop if it wasn't "big and flashy" when you were most familiar with it. Anyways, yes it is up to them. Good luck!



Thanks, Ocho! Good luck to you, as well :-)

jezzebelljc


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Re: Silent Party



Those have got to be some of the cutest owls I have seen. Love your vision and concept for this theme!

jezzebelljc


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Re: Eat, Drink, & Be Merry



This is a fantastic design! I really like the blue fridge light effect. I must admit that you have a much healthier fridge than I do though :D Mine would have salsa and water with some cheese and yogurt.

nprado


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Beautiful!! Other dimension

harantula


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Re: After Party



Great!!!






tomspc


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taternuggets wrote:I'd love life more without that.

Good job cd... +1



LOL

tomspc


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ochopika wrote:The art is nice and I like the style, but how is it not pop-culture? It's definitely referencing something that just got turned into a movie...again.



Actually TGG movie is not new, it's a remake. The original movie came out in 1974, starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow.

Just because 2 cats are dressed in 20s garb does not make it The Great Gatsby. What about the disco cat?...is that John Travolta from Saturday Night Fever? I mean you can take most of these designs and tie it to some pop culture reference. I think calling this shirt TGG is a stretch.

My 2 cents.

tomspc


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What about all these Red Solo Cup shirts? Isn't that pop culture? I mean Red Solo Cup was a hit song and still a big party song. Beer pong is pop culture. I mean come on, the red solo cup is iconic.

deborah11565


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Re: Liquid Skills



Very funny ! I think the women drives the message home !! Good job GMV.

deborah11565


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Re: A Star is Born



This is fantastic ! +1

deborah11565


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Re: Reach for the stars



I like this, nice concepts. +1

deborah11565


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Re: Modern Jazz



Nice to see an outside the box idea ! Whoop ! +1

delightfuldelirium


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Re: Ninja stars



So cute! Love it!

delightfuldelirium


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Re: Silent Party



Adorable

EwingKlipspringer


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Re: The Vomit Comet



Those celestial bodies really know how to party.

But, as with everyone, know when to say when.

Yes, I'm talking to you, Halley (or is that ISON? Those Comet brothers all look alike to me). It looks like you've had one too many.