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I agree If this shirt is printed I'm buying and I'm not even a Horse person WOW WOW WOW!!!
I don't know why the white bits are not brown...?
I'd like it if those were colored in and the test wasn't there LOL
eitherway, I'd buy it!!
don't like it, soz
Oh wow, I like this a lot. And the white bits are essential!
loose the white bits and its a $5
I'm not really keen on the white either.
I think I'd like it better if it was a satire of Muybridge's work.
edit: why is the last line different color than the rest?
LOVE the text! Great shirt maybe more color choices?
whats so amazing?
Great art history reference. I love it.
I love this <3
Love it, I want this for my bands logo. $5
i think you should have just left the white parts of the film transparent so that way it actually looks like the wholes belonging to a role of film. and i think the text should go. like the design.
white's ok, it defines the graphic. the text is alright too
Wow. I hate horses. But I love this shirt. 5$
But like people said, make the holes colorless and no text.
I like the text, I think it's smart. But maybe I'm not getting a reference?
What is this referring to?
I might like it more if I understood.
History lesson: this is one of the first piece of motion-film ever made (1830's). It was placed inside a rotating cylinder with slots - you peek through the slots as the cells flash past they appear to be a continuous loop of a horse racing. Put on this shirt and spin around at 30 fps to make the horse move. Love it!
The 1st horses leg is way too straight and long.
shouldn't the rider be moving up and down with the horse? and i agree ^^
p.s. i love the design
one more for loosing the white, plus if i had my way it would say 'my first movie' instead of 'this is...'
but either way it's brilliant. just fantastic.
ps, do clean up the illustration as others have pointed out - rider, 1st horsey leg.
yep, I remember this is a part of one of the first photographs when photography was just getting started..because they were like, "does a horse really have all his feet off the ground while galloping?" and it was true.