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That is undead genius.
if this doesn't get printed I am buying the design from you and printing it myself!
I thought you made a super typo for a second, and then laughed.
Haha! shit yeah it's cool.
So funny! Love it.
Oh hell yeah.
AW yeah. Also: brilliant marketing through Boing Boing.
Hehe. Made me laugh.
I think it would need to be bigger on the shirt, maybe shifted down and left and enlarged, but otherwise it's a fun, well-done image.
LOVE. I want this!!
I want it.
Great concept! Too bad Ray Frenden came up with it in 2007
Ray Frenden's image was uploaded to flicker in Novemeber 2007. This image was online myspace a month before that.
Benefit of the doubt and all that. The three major elements are pretty similar. Was my image an influence?
This is nicely done - although I'd like to see more symmetry in the layout - perhaps even a hand-drawn text. Also - it's useless saying that this was on myspace a month earlier. It's usually down to who puts an idea in the public domain first - and even then, people constantly think up identical concepts independently of each other.
Oh, Hai Ray.
gimme dat dere teeshirt!
pretty dang awesome!
I can't stop laughing.
Funniest T-shirt of the year.
Seems like this comic from 2000 is the first instance of the zombie/grains idea.
Anyhow, I'd buy the shirt definitely.
Talked to Dennis; stand up fellow. I think we just have similar sensibilities.
Sorry internet, no fight here. Ray and I worked it out and possibly we were separated at birth.
Love it! I would suggest changing "Grainnns!" to "Graaains!". Seems like the emphasis should be on the "A".
I'd still buy it!
this is HIGHlarious
and yes i agree... GRAAAAAAAINS
I need this shirt.
This is why I hate web programmers.
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Log it. Try to buy shirt. Can't add
to cart. My cart is empty. Click
on shirt. Nothing happens. My
cart is empty. Look for add to cart
button. It's not there. Click 'shop' button.
Shows me a bunch of other shirts.
Copy design to my disk, print out
color poster of it.
Whatchu talkin' about? Shopping is dead easy.
Printing a poster from a 72dpi image isn't as badass as you think it is.
Were you trying to buy this shirt? It hasn't been printed. It's still in the competition. If you want to buy this shirt, give it a 5 and hope for the best.
You gotta vote, Dave Parker!
"Seems like this comic from 2000 is the first instance of the zombie/grains idea."
Good find, I was going to post that myself. I actually own the domain veganzombie.com that I registered back in 2003. It used to just be a page that said "graaaaaiiinnnsss" for the longest time. Been trying to figure out what to do with it for years :P
what about if you took off vegan zombie?
i think the character alone stands strong enough to do without the type. the type seems to just make the shirt say "vegan zombie" twice. When the character sums it up all on its own, with the speech bubble of course
I would by at least 2 of these and possibly more! Doesn't matter where the idea came from, getting it on a T-Shirt is the important part!
oh i want this.
If it didn't actually _say vegan zombie on it, I would buy it for sure!
totally agree with the folk above.
i'd make it graaaaaains as well and take off the words and shift it down and to the side a bit.
design and concept is awesome and i would totally buy it.
sorry, just thought of this too: the zombie's tshirt could say 'go vegan' or something on it.
Thanks for all the kinds words and feedback so far!
i'd remove the text and insinuate the zombie is a vegan using the space on his tee-shirt.