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Who in their right mind would build a city based off a blueprint devised by a gaggle of clearly insane architects? bsweber and Frickinawesome, that's who! It turns out if you choose to ignore the laws of physics while constructing a mega-ctiyscape, they sometimes ignore you as well. The citizens of Impossible City can't always be sure that their usual route to work will be the same day in and day out, but the tour guide and map business is in full swing for this crazytown.
Please click here for extreme close-up!
Please see below for a link to the blog that shows this design's whole process from scratch to skyscrapers!
WoW $5 Nice work guys!!
this is incredibly well done. great job on this guys
Such a sweet drawing.
Click here for the blog about this design's process.
Thanks for the early comments guys and dolls!
great collab guys and amazing work!
you have my CINCO
sweet! looks great!
wow you guys, that's a great idea FA and fantastic linework brett! $5
so good $5
Wow, way cool and great style!
Gosh this is nice.
So nicely rendered! 5!
Wow, incredible! 5$
W5$W! ..great job guys! :)
SOOO WELL DONE! 5$$
Great collab guys -- a giant high-5ive from me!
wowo~~~ LUV those building perspectives!!!
this is really nice. reminds me of escher. nice colours.
wow thanks for the nice words everyone!
well done! kick ass! 5$
very cool! 5
This completely rocks my socks. $5, tee and print!
this is pure fabulousness. PRINT. 5$
looks most excellent! ;p
Absolutely LOVE it!
absolutely insane! love the weaving in from front to back! $5
This is just beautiful and a perfect collab between fantastic idea and fantastic execution. Every little detail is such a treat and it makes a kickass shirt too!
I love the drawing!
id like to see this printed.
This is unbelievably brilliant. And please, I hope it prints both as a print, and as a shirt. I'd like to wear it and stare at it. All. Day. Long. $$5
This is gorgeous, I want an ART PRINT!
awesome job $5
Very cool 5$
This is great! Striking from a distance, but such rich detail!
And oh, how I love your drawing.
I want to marry this design.
woah! looks like 3D
i agree with someone earlier who said this reminds them of escher, whom i happen to be a huge fan of!! i hope to be wearing this soooooon! :)
awesome! caught this just in time!
i love this! i'm curious what it would look like on a colored shirt
this would look spectacular as a print.
and that tram track would make a friggin amazing mariokart course.
Oops I thought I already commented on this.
That's a five from me.
I love the style of it.
Loving the perspective of this, and especially the breaking through the shirt to the back...Awesome.
Awesome score, congrats Brett!
print print print print!
woo hoo, thanks for the score everybody!!!!
Again, amazing job and great score!
whooo mama, thanks so much everyone! Brett worked so so hard on the eight-month-long production of this one to bring it all to reality, yeay!
Wow! Nice score. Congrats! I really hope this one prints.
wooohooo, look at that score! right on, guys, right ON!
i can't believe i missed this.. fantastic job!
wow, nice score!
Thanks again guys....yeah, the unicycle dude is nice lil brett weber addition!
finally!!! congrats you two! :)
Congrats you guys! So happy this got printed!
I haven't looked back in here since the original score ended, thanks sooooo much for these awesome extra comments! nopunachieved, haha, that's really cool. You still can have one on the cheap if you're a women's XL! If you're smaller, just throw it in the washer/dryer a couple of times and voila, insta-shirt shrink.
I hope so to phelim...email your friends and Nothing wrong with the Threadless original tees that were used, but I'd love to have this on an AA shirt. Also, maybe bumping up the size of this sucker to full-frontal shirt cover.
Now if I could only convince Brett to do another one of these wit me...I just want to see more of his designs up on Threadless let alone another from us, we miss your complex or completely brilliantly simple designs once or twice a week, month...something!