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America in Wonderland
A Cindy Strecker | Valerie Strecker Collab
so sick. Id almost prefer it without the slogan, its clear. 5:)
Just as politics were becoming curiouser and curiouser, Alice fell deep into yet another rabbit hole... America in Wonderland... where she believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. In her dream she was given a potion that shrunk her down to the 'Stature' of Liberty, Uncle Sam was Mad as a Hatter, the Democrat Donkey was as unpredictable as a March Hare, and the Republican Elephant bore the sinister smile of a Cheshire Cat. When asked to join the Tea Party Alice remarked, "But I don't want to go among mad people,". "Oh, you can't help that," said the Republican Elephant: "we're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad." "How do you know I'm mad?" said Alice. "You must be," said the Republican Elephant, "or you wouldn't have come here." Don't know how much they accomplished for their constituents on that fractious day, but there they sat to enjoy their 'Texas Tea' and apple pie!
Thanks so much for your votes and comments, cheers! - Cindy Strecker & Valerie Strecker
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so great! I agree that the slogan isn't really needed on the shirt. the image speaks volumes on its own.
I would use the slogan, but smaller, at the bottom side of the design. Anyway, GREAT work.
Great job! $5
It works excellently without the slogan!
Thanks for the 'mad' good comments!
Ace work ladies!
Nice illo! One of the best I've seen for this comp, actually.
$5 so good
Enchanted with your comments... thanks!! - C & V
This is pretty great.
Great Work! 5$
$5 GREAT JOB =D.
winner!!! love it ^_^
I like it!
woooaww. Awesome design here!
Thank you, guys!!!
badbasilisk on Nov 30 '11
oh and bonus points for TX TEA!
(ps. Shouldn't that be Boston Tea?)
Thank you for the Wonder-ful words!!!!! - C & V
ps "Texas Tea" is a twist on our thirst for oil! The term was coined in the early 20th century during the Texas Oil Boom and later popularized by the 1960's hit show "The Beverly Hillbillies" in their theme song "....Oil that is, black gold, Texas tea."
very very cool! I think the text could be eliminated, or else made a lighter color so that it's not so prominent from afar.
Great illo $
excellent work! 5
Awesome work, stunning execution $5
cool idea and illo!
If this doesn't get printed I'm going to be so mad because this blew me away! Love the Alice inspired design and genius tie into politics! Very original and creative!
You are sooo talented! Just your ability alone earns a $5 from me!!
Oh I dig this! Nice :)
Many thanks guys!!! - Cindy Strecker & Valerie Strecker
5$ like it!