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aka Adam Moloney
is a 30.98 year old
has been a part of the Threadless community for 4 years, 7 months!
has scored 33 submissions, giving an average score of 4.45, helping 0 designs get printed.
I totally agree with Don on the hand position on the sword, It seems silly but Manga lovers and sword fighters would only be able to enjoy this in a mirror! :P such a silly thing to keep the same on the re-print! nevermind I hope it sells lots! It's pretty wicked!
posted 1 year, 6 months ago in No More Bento
lots better - go for it!
is there a msg in the numbers?
posted 3 years, 8 months ago in Individual
Kilroy was a technique used to buoy up the liberating armies as they marched through occupied Europe. Advanced paratroopers took their own initiative and painted the graffiti on walls so that the front-line infantry troops started spreading a rumour about a super-solider who was always just ahead of them making the way safer for their attack.
posted 3 years, 10 months ago in kilroy kilroy
Making ennui interesting by drawing forth an unarticulated feeling we all have about astronauts - "What if it's not worth it?"
Quite spectacularly rare to find such a insightful work of art in the modern era.
posted 3 years, 10 months ago in Astronaut Blues
Fantastic macabre and a near perfect execution. love eh idea of the cut out and keep dotted lines to show the organs it keeps it so simple in comparison to any other way of representing it - even graphically represented or photographed organs would be inappropriate this retains the subtly of the message. I'm very impressed. An humour is a great way to draw attention to a serious problem.
posted 3 years, 10 months ago in organ donor
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