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Louisa May Axolotl
While she is best known for her writings, Louisa May Axolotl was also a supporter of reform movements including anti-regeneration testing, speciesism towards the Asian Carp, education of differences between axolotls and mudpuppies, and endangered species' suffrage.
Her likeness will be emblazoned upon a white t-shirt as shown above using a simulated process for printing.
This design is a brainchild of Becky Crider and Aaron Jay; a commingling of her weird brain and his amazing illustration talent.
Wow, this is pretty sweet!
oh my gosh she is WONDERFUL! I don't know what I love more - her adorable face or the hilarious text underneath the piece :) Great job guys.
Oh, I didn't expect this to be up yet!!! Glad you all like it; Aaron did an amazing job with the illustration. :)
Also, huge thanks to Ravelry user sukebind for the inspiration behind this design!
insane + awesome
I don't know how a pun could get weirder than this. I've tried mashing things together in my brain, but they never wind up as good an idea as this. Awesome work to the both of ya.
Great job guys!!
I love this.
Great work. Looks sweet on the shirt. Cool collab.
lol funny concept! :D
this is great
Thanks for all the nice comments, everyone! :D
if you have time please score my design!
Last full day; thanks for all the great comments, guys and gals!
It's interesting to watch the score tank now that it's visible.
lurve it 5$
Oh man! This was way underscored! Just for the record I gave you guys a 4! I think it's a stellar design! I think Threadless needs more designs like this!
Aw, thanks, B!
Man, I thought this would do way better.