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What do you think? Does it violate copyright? Does it work?
I'd say it falls within the terms of a parody, but then again, at the end of the day, it all comes down to who's got the better lawyer... To me, the tee is pretty underwhelming layout and art wise. Also, the contention that brands have become something like religions, or vise versa, is, I believe, a 'deepity'... a term to describe a statement that is apparently profound, but on closer inspection true in only a trivial sense, and meaningless in any other.
I wasn't trying to be deep...just funny...
Any suggestions on how to make it more whelming?