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aka Camdon Wilde
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 7 years, 8 months!
has scored 3653 submissions, giving an average score of 2.05, helping 62 designs get printed.
Lots and lots of people have e-mailed me asking for two things regarding this design that has been passed around the interwebs this last week: prints and shirts. I have two drawers full of Threadless tees and so it's only natural that I give it a go here (oh and I'm working on the prints issue).
Natural or white tee (light). Very faint Loreum ipsum text belt printed; two color main design (rich black and 50% gray), and 6 UV colors. The UV colors can be reduced or eliminated but I think it adds a lot.
posted 5 years ago in Periodic Table of Typefaces
Considering the Joy Division song "Love Will Tear Us Apart" is one of their most commercially successful songs and the art for their album "Unknown Pleasures" has become a Joy Division iconic symbol, I'd HARDLY call this shirt a coincidence
posted 6 years, 6 months ago in Joy Division much?
not to get into the whole copyright argument, but technically I think anyone would easily categorize this as a parody and/or a satirical take on The Flash; and parody and satire are protected by "fair use."
"Creators of parody may be faced with questions of copyright infringement. In (a) 1994 decision, the Supreme Court held that a commercial parody may be a “fair use” in accordance with Section 107 of the Copyright Act, as a defense against an accusation of copyright infringement."
And anyway, I think the design is pretty funny. So whatever.
posted 7 years, 1 month ago in Believe in Yourself
"love" is the first and pinky finger up but with the thumb out. What I see is "metal" or University of Texas "horns" on that one.
posted 7 years, 1 month ago in Goldfingers
I think the "retarded" bear has a fish in it's mouth. The fish is a light gray and blends with the light gray-blue background too much. squint and look closely (or adjust your monitor temporarily).
posted 7 years, 1 month ago in Polar Bears