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A Family Once
ahh i get it, dead island ;)
I adore this
So clever man, can't wait to scoop this one up...no kids shirt? dang :)
looks awkwardly like a pokeball, i love it!
awesome concept congrats!
Very well presented!
Wow, this is sick! Congrats on getting printed :)
:'( Wow, this is heartbreaking... I really want one, though!!
That is totally wild! I love it
This rocks! We are a family of four, so I think I'm getting this one! I wish you had this in kids too.
they still are a family just a living dead one
reprint girly please!
a strange mix of awesome and tragic
Awesome design, nice quality.
Niice design. Hoody FTW!
I really like this design, but it makes me so sad. I went to Hiroshima not too long ago, and man.... that's all it makes me think of with the sun.
That's rather depressing. I never thought of it like that, but as having been to Japan I see what you mean. Being there I learned that the Japanese didn't learn about the attacks on Pearl Harbor in their History books. As of now, maybe it's changed. I never thought of the shirt/design in such a way. It was always the before and after of a zombie epidemic/apocalypse.... Damn
Where do people read that its about war attacks on Japan?
Or do you get that off by just looking at the shirt (i see no information about it anywhere)
@meatneadr - it has nothing to do with Japan. The two aspects of the shirt that causes some people to relate it to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (as well as I myself for a split second) is the depiction of the sun, which is symbolic in many Japanese art as well as its history as you may already know. Also the fact that at first glance the tree, grass and people seemingly look like it was burned away from intense heat. I can see how someone, whether they been to Hiroshima or studied its history can garner this correlation from the imagery though. But alas it is just a zombified family, before and after.
Just a heads up, the hoody runs small. It's also just a zombie family not even a Japanese zombie family. If you want to look more into it I would say American based on the iconic tire swing.
i like it )
+10 for the design.
- 8500 for the print on a silver hoodie. Very weak.
I'm intrigued! Such a creative design
I see zombies. Love it! Please reprint!!