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Running is good for the heart.

  • by J-Ray
  • posted Jan 23, 2008
  • 25 Comments

Burgers can kill you.

Watch this
J-Ray

Burgers can kill you.

Hero Status

sry j-ray, but personally i don't prefer either.
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sisto kid

aha i like it. id wear it. 5$

shesays

w/ faces

Hcatmiller

definitely with the faces. $5

J-Ray

Thanks for the comments so far!

The faces are winning =)

Chelseaoyesums

been done!!!
I own the shirt at home!

J-Ray

chelsea: Pics or it didn't happen. I've seen your outrageous comments on other designs, so I'm pretty skeptical of your claim.

bananaphone
bananaphone profile pic Alumni

dude it's been pretty much done on THREADLESS and printed let alone elsewhere. Your concepts are rarely unique and this isn't an exception.

J-Ray

I'd love to see an example, bananaphone.

cindylou

it's really hard to tell the heart is running without the face.

Abbylg

i hate faces on inanimate objects. it looks dumb, faceless is awesome.

FRICKINAWESOME
FRICKINAWESOME profile pic Alumni

Woulda liked to have seen this for the fast food nation contest....where was this idea coming out of you half a year ago? lol. I do understand what bphone is talking about regarding similiar ideas on this concept, but I have no recollection if this slant on the subject being done before this one. Perhaps Herky's bountee-printed be still my heart? I still like this one tho...DEF with faces.

KDLIG
KDLIG profile pic Alumni

haha, this design is so true! $5

J-Ray

thanks shakethesheets. There's plenty of FWF designs to be sure. I am not aware of this exact execution being done, and couldn't resist the idea. Bananaphone would prefer me to not submit anything, but where's the fun in that?

trammell

Great job!
Way to tackle the growing problem of obesity in a comical way!

I hope your design gets printed!
I'll def. buy!

diepdiep

I would do the faceless one. Keep it minimal, just leave some space for our imagination.

J-Ray

Ouch! I think the douchey comments hurt my score D^=

FRENDEN
FRENDEN profile pic Alumni

Not bad. The key to making that shading style work is to have the lines meet at the base where they're the thickest.

J-Ray

Ahh... That makes sense. Thanks Ray!

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