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Ballad of the Birds
The birds on the power lines has been done many times but I like this re-interpretation with the music notes. I like the top of the chest placement best. Good one.
Delicious. Print plz. $5
so tight... 5
were i more into music it would be 5$... i totally dig it tho..
great shirt!!!! 5$
I like the concept very much
the treble clef is too crooked, and i wish it wasnt on a white-ish color....and i like the top placement best
This is great. I don't know if I can deal with anymore cream-colored shirts though. 5!
Oohh I love this! $5
$5 love it!
Great Design. Reminds me of a great PBS commerical, part of the 'Be More...' series.
I love it. I mtherfcking love it!! Top placement is best.
5$, no doubt
The placement on both is great. I'd buy, and I give you a 5.
I love your style...beautifully done!
That shirt is increidable. i cant spell but i love it. and its such a great/ different idea waaayy sweet, hope it gets printed 5 $!!!!!
i love this shirt, preferring the top placement. really it is beautiful
A "commercial" on PBS.
this is awesome! 5$
if its a choce between on the top or on the bottom, top is WAY better. i likes!
top is better
Very poetic 5$
Mae already did this, in fact I have the shirt. unoriginal but good execution
I absolutely love this.
I would definitely get it if it were printed.
i only wish i knew anything about music so i could this shirt and not feel like a jackass.
Maybe the birds should be black like notes are and for a tad bit of differentiation in the design, but overall this is fabo. Low placement works really well for thie design, and even though it vaguely reminds me of the "ambition killed the cat" tee, yours is so nicely put together it surpasses that with several meanings...and shoulda been entered into the Josh Ritter contest as well. 4$.
This concept has already been done on that one commercial, (I forget the company, sorry.)
On a T shirt, it would have been better if the birds actually were placed to make sense musically, so as not to sound like a cat stepping on the keys of a piano. Possibly even use a recognizable score, like Beethoven's 5th or similar.
it was a PBS commercial.