Perfect tee/hoodie since Seattle discovered the SLU Mammoth tusk.
Truth in sadness expressed in a nicely moody tableau (and writeup).
Elephants don't really make art.
A very talented Mammoth.
I giggled when I saw this shirt.
Why would the mammoth need a spear w/ those giant tusks?
ceagee wrote:Why would the mammoth need a spear w/ those giant tusks?
He doesn't need a spear. He stole it from the person he is chasing.
I love this design! In fact, I honestly think it's one of the best new designs I have seen, in a long time. It's simple, to the point and humorous.
But do I need another brown hoodie? I already have 2 zip-ups and a pullover.
Of course I do. Nice work Pyne! I hope to see more.
Mammoth's got game.
lordbowen wrote:Mammoth's got game.
He's orchestrated the game.
Fido bring pointy stick back to human. Human run away screaming. Fido turn pointy stick into brush, and Fido write story on rock.
It was so disappointing when Spielberg went in and replaced all the spears with paintbrushes in the rerelease...
(actually, I am completely doing that next time I teach about Lascaux to my elementary students!- heh)
Really cool design!
still more believable than evolution!
Because they look so cuddly & adorable otherwise.
He needs the spear to show that he is a killer.
At first I thought the elephant was painting a picture of an elephant painting a picture of a human.
I can't draw.
Will someone please do a Downton Abbey Road mash-up with the characters (do NOT forget Maggie Smith)crossing? Please.
dlgirt wrote:still more believable than evolution!
Obvious troll bait is obvious.
And I love the write up! Maybe if that cloning project ever happens (not holding my breath), a mammoth might just get a revenge opportunity ;)
Brilliant, pynee! 3 awesome prints in a row. Keep up the great work! Congrats!
he doesn't really NEED the spear, he just took it from the hunter and is now giving him the business ;)
Funny, I just went to the Lascaux Cave exhibit in Houston Monday. I have several rock art t-shirts and this will be an unusual addition!
Too bad they didn't trample all of our ancestors to death. And elephants they never weren't.
The difference between 16,000 and 60,000 years is a lot, don't you think? Who hired the paleontologist? I'm not one, but I'll work for beer, and give a better guess than that. I think you guys have been had.
I work at the Waco Mammoth Site, and my coworkers and I LOVE this! Expect a lot of orders from Central Texas.
dizzydava wrote:I work at the Waco Mammoth Site, and my coworkers and I LOVE this! Expect a lot of orders from Central Texas.
That's so awesome- thanks for making my day! As a former Natural History museum/zoo employee, I salute you;)
The mammoth history books obviously have it a lot different than ours. . . .
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