Fossils Refueled

In the name of "progress", humans go back and forth to work every day, sitting in our steel bubbles and dealing with one of the many banes of an active and ever-changing modern world, the traffic jam. These kinds of activities dull our wild and natural spirits, burning fuels from an ancient time made from the energy of long-deceased plants and animals, things that were truly in touch with our natural world and completely untamed and free. Burning these once-vibrantly alive energy sources in the name of progress, we are ironically further damaging our modern-day environment and bringing
ourselves further away from our natural states of peace. Here's to hoping our species finds the delicate balance between progress and nature, transforming our existences to live more in harmony with the natural world
around us before it is no longer an option.


A collaboration fueled by Jillustration and Frickinawesome

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jillustration
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In the name of "progress", humans go back and forth to work every day, sitting in our steel bubbles and dealing with one of the many banes of an active and ever-changing modern world, the traffic jam. These kinds of activities dull our wild and natural spirits, burning fuels from an ancient time made from the energy of long-deceased plants and animals, things that were truly in touch with our natural world and completely untamed and free. Burning these once-vibrantly alive energy sources in the name of progress, we are ironically further damaging our modern-day environment and bringing ourselves further away from our natural states of peace. Here's to hoping our species finds the delicate balance between progress and nature, transforming our existences to live more in harmony with the natural world around us before it is no longer an option.

A collaboration fueled by Jillustration and Frickinawesome

band-it
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awesome, you're so good at drawing

i might suggest finding a better way to crop it at the bottom? also the exhaust seems a little too white on the gray shirt

myteemo
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This came out awesome! Was cool watching you and Evan work on this at the meetup. :)

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Bisparulz
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great work. 5$

ben chen
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cool!!!!!!

ndstillie
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well done!

soloyo
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Is that Evan driving the car???

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ir0cko
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cooooooooool stuff

rompetelcuero
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Wonderful story and impressive art.

combusticator

WOW. Threadless needs more like this!

sonmi
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amazing!

Krimson
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Fantastic.

Chipmnk

Whoooaaaaa, that's awesome! Great job, Jill!

blue sparrow
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Amazing details in the jurassic smoke and the car looks so real with all the rust spots. Great collab 5$

dschwen
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Great collabo!!!

makettle

Awesome!!!! 5 $

wonder what will come out of the exhaust when we use fuel like the prof in BTTF?? haha!

Anything Goes
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Great illustration and I love the idea!

WEAREYAWN

AMAAAAZING!!!!!!!

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