I love the design, but the caption is just wrong. I can't really walk around with a shirt that says I'll punch someone in the face.
I looked at each of the first three pairs of illustrations and thought, "Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm..." When I got to the last pair, I really did laugh out loud!
Nice one, fishbiscuit. The font ties in so well
Re: Right and Wrong
mellowknees wrote:I like the message and the font, but all I see are boobs...
LOL thank you
MrBignell wrote:Now I can't unsee them either.
The design is otherwise Feminawesome
Thank you for your kind comment! (I made the design)
Re: Just Be Kind
Haha, nostalgia. I like it J.
To be true to my NYC roots, I should mention that no one takes a bite from the side of a slice of pizza. Think of it as an arrow. It points right to your mouth. Of course, at the same time, orange oil is dripping off your elbow, but that oil slick surround you is your 'Mark of Quality'.
This design completely rocks.
ShimmyTees wrote:I don't know if the same applies in the US, but here in the UK we exile anyone who doesn't carefully dollop their condiments on the side of the plate for precision-dunking!
I tried that in Canada but the malt vinegar just pooled in the middle of the plate. Oh, gravity - thou art a heartless beast.
Re: We Come In Peace!
This is so cool. Love the whole theme.gmv
spikeani wrote:This is so cool. Love the whole theme.gmv
Thank you so much! Fingers crossed that I get enough votes!
AWESOME !!! IM IN FOR A COUPLE~!
Re: gesundheit, bub
Seeing as how people sneeze with their eyes closed... I'm not sure how this would have happened LOL
Great looking shirt man!
Re: DARK LINK and LINK
Takes me back, pretty RAD design!!
Really diggin the style on this piece would buy!
MrBignell wrote:Nice one, fishbiscuit. The font ties in so well
Wow, the votes are flying this week. It's funny; I thought this would be a tough topic, but ppl are lovin the designs!
fishbiscuit5 wrote:Thanks, MrBignell!
NP. It's flown up the chart! 2 More days to get into that effing fog! Good luck!
amanoxford wrote:Just because I'm swearing like a trooper on the outside, doesn't mean I'm not Civil Inside! ;)
Haha, this one is smart. +1
Was it a late entry andI just missed it before?
kg07 wrote:Thanks acraigl!
Nice design KG. I think this'll definitely finish top 3.
MrBignell wrote:Nice design KG. I think this'll definitely finish top 3.
Thanks! I specialize in 4th place, but I appreciate the sentiment and certainly would love to see this one print.
Re: Nevertheless She Persisted
I was really excited about this saying too... untilI did some digging x.x It had nothing to do with gender and everything to do with the fact that she was reading off parts that had nothing to do with the actual topic at hand, going against what is required for a legit filibuster. When the guy took over for it in the next session, he stuck to the lines that dealt with the topic.
Great design and lovely thought, but hard to want to wear once you find that the fault was all on her v.v
kg07 wrote:Thanks! I specialize in 4th place, but I appreciate the sentiment and certainly would love to see this one print.
The last time someone was a master at 4th place, they hired him!
Narfcake wrote:The last time someone was a master at 4th place, they hired him!
Guess I should send a resume although Texas would be a long commute.
kg07 wrote:Guess I should send a resume although Texas would be a long commute.
Re: Wolf and Sheep get civilized.
kg07 wrote:I like the folksy style and minimalist use of color. Very nice and a fun design! +1
Much thanks kg07!
ShimmyTees wrote:I love the style of this! Please, take a vote!
So glad you love it!
acraigl wrote:Like. +1
benjaminleebates wrote:reminds me of Fantastic Mr. Fox
Sure, I can see that.
Narfcake wrote:Or Seattle.
A little closer and preferable weather, but still a long drive. Will have to think on this.
jasneko wrote:Sure, I can see that.
Looking at all the entries over this past week, I have become even more impressed by this one. The style here strikes a chord with me and I hope you get an editor's choice "shirt of the day" if it does not suddenly boil to the top of the fog.
Re: High Cat-astroph-tea
We have three tuxedo cats (so not exactly as drawn here), but one of them is really fat and loves to eat through the plastic and eat bread (even if the loaf is hidden on top of the refrigerator). Poor Crème is the inspiration for this design and I imagine him with his belly eating all of these pastries and ruining our tea. Sort of an anti-civility design if we are being honest.
BJ022 wrote:What me worry?!
My favorite was the folding picture on the back page. 🖤
benjaminleebates wrote:wait wait wait, just hear me out...
@inatangle - Thank you! Sometimes necessity is the mother of design. TnT
Thanks everyone! :D
MrBignell wrote:Haha, this one is smart. +1
Was it a late entry andI just missed it before?
Nope, was probably just so far down the list you didn't see it, lol!
Re: People Before Politics
Cute. If it were people before politics, though, we would ignore US borders and embrace humanity worldwide. Maybe you could design a global one? Limiting your sentiment to one political entity is a bit of a mixed message.
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