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The All Seeing Eye
Hooray it's up! Grats!
love love love
Congrats guys!!! I was waiting this one to print! too bad they didn't print it on sagestone... but looks awesome anyway!
this shirt rules!!! but why are they printing it on silver? that green kicked so much ass!
congrats to you guys! :)
Thanks everyone. I'm very glad Phil and I decided to finish this one!
I'm diggin the silver gray, feels more universal than that green color.
Now in my head I have Robert Anton Wilson as Gandalf. Thanks for that.
this is pure awesomeness
Congrats - great work
Completely awesome. I've been looking for a good, subtle Lord of the Rings reference for a while now.
awesome print, looks so good!!!! :)
I always knew capital is evil.
Such a legit idea. Awesome!
You helped a design get printed on Threadless: "The All Seeing Eye"
Congrats guys !
Amazing collab !
Such a great reference, ace job fellas.
dayumnn!i wanna buy this!but unfortunately,the S size is sold out!
hey,isnt that grant imahara from mythbuster?o.O
totally buying me one of these
loove this :)
Very nice design. Would be great if reprinted in Small and for $5-$10 :)
are you ever going to reprint???
I love the statement, We all need to fight against the all seeing eye.
Love LOTR and "Big Brother is Watching You" motif from 1984.
Does the Elvish say "One Ring to Rule Them All"? I just want to know so I can tell people what my awesome new shirt says.
great design, please reprint in a slim fit S
Please make this a hoodie!
@dellyfish- it's actually the Black Speech of Mordor and it says "Ash nazg thrakatulÃ»k agh burzum-ishi krimpatul." which means, "One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them." (I looked it up because I wanted to know the same thing!)