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The Golden Sparrow

aka Camdon Wilde is a boy and has been a part of the Threadless community for 7 years, 9 months! he has scored 3653 submissions, giving an average score of 2.05, helping 62 designs get printed.

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Recent Comments

  • 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, 1 month 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, 7 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, 2 months 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, 2 months 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, 2 months ago in Polar Bears