Alphabet Coup

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cambert

Haha, clever stuff.

EssPea

Nice design, but it doesn't seem to be setup for a shirt.

PuterBoy

I actually really like this shirt....

Ronin60

real nice, make a great shirt

Generator

love it centered

kevinwells

ok, POSSIBLE fundamental logic flaw:

the bowl said "your next bite will be your last". which means he'd die AFTER his next bite. yet the word "last" is still in his spoon, which means he never actually took that bite.

UNLESS, we are to believe that the bowl said the message, he ate a DIFFERENT bite, went to scoop up the word "last" to take yet another bite, but died first.


true, the second option is possible, but it's definitely not what i thought of first or what i think the shirt most logically implies...

Ste7en
Ste7en profile pic Artist

While I hardly cared about the logic it goes like this:

He took his last bite from the intial sentence, then proceeded to die before cheweing or swallowing the food. His jaw dropped and it all fell out.

eskimokiss

not a bad idea. id like to see the word 'last' scattered a little more though

disillusioned

I love this design.

And I don't think his dying is contingent on actually eating a bite. Let's be honest here: he's going to die whether he slurps it down or not. The message is an ironic, cruel courtesy.

My full thing on this awesome piece:
http://www.lovesthreadless.com/2006/02/16/alphabet-coup-submission-verdict-5-would-buy/

YtFeLMi

or he picked it up and didnt want to die, so he dropped the spoon! maybe?

Ste7en
Ste7en profile pic Artist

OOOOH EVER BETTER! I like when people think of stuff I dont, about my own art.

Jawsh

$5

Wo0yaPo0ya

Ha, awesome! I really like it. The concept is great.

invisibleelement

Not bad. I think that adding some specular highlights on the soup and/or letters would add some additional dimension.

I think this might look better if it were on light blue.

Kinda reminds me of an ad I saw in Print Magazine...nevertheless, a great message.

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