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I was inspired by hexedit. Placing text into a script.

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zelig2

Cool idea, but I'd try to make words out of just hex values (00 to FF).

darkernature

How about "code" that would work instead of "hello"...

kyle cole

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. I think I can only go for statements about digital culture if they reference something that is completely removed FROM digital culture. The pink text over brown behind the shirt is actually a better color choice in comparison.

darkernature

well I guess it depends on who your are. Hexedit is just another source for onliune gaming. I find the whole concept of finding a hidden message in a script exciting. Think of it, as another tool to communicate with others. Usually this script is found in corrupted images because within the image there's a puzzle to be solved...

i_twirl_batons

Try to actually make it mean something.

vulcanhalfbreed

I love this...but myabe on teal intead of yellow? I know it can be printed on any color shirt though.

Nice job :)

ratbastid

I'd buy it if the text was "DEADBEEF".

maryd5690

Hahaha
I love it.
It reminds me of an episode of the simpsons where theres encyrpted messages in a newspaper.
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CONVOKE

It's wonderful.

Code references ftw.

un4givn999

Correct me if I'm wrong (and I very well may be!), but since Hexidecimal is Base16, shouldn't F be the highest letter you can use?

CODE would be fine, but H-LLO

Nice idea though

lovechild

i'd buy it if it was just hex, and didn't mean anything. or if the hex, when converted to ascii, translated something. but that's a bit more thinkgeek style than threadless isnt it :)

Blackcat

it's ummmm odd

bitq04

i like the placement....i'd love the placement if it actually wrapped around the side...does it?

hamtml

good placement
i do agree that 'code' instead of 'hello' would be better
still- 5 and buy

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