Digital Killed The Analogue Star by rubyred



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Sizing Information

  • Printed to fit best inside a 3” x 4” window
  • 1/10” white padding around the edge


  • Waterproof vinyl, will last 18 months outdoors
  • Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows etc.
  • Easy to remove
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Digital Killed The Analogue Star – or Digi-Skull
Has digital killed analogue, who knows?
(You can view the component graphics by selecting a light colour tee)


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I’m a t-shirt designing robot. I specialise in pop culture/movie parody, paying particular attention to movies from the 1980s, my era when everything seemed much bigger and brighter – but maybe I was just smaller and wider eyed!

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  • JohnGo
    JohnGoover 5 years ago

    Cool design.

  • Pleased you think so John!

    – rubyred

  • zomboy
    zomboyover 5 years ago

    nice design – I particularly like the lighting effect inside the palms – specky!

  • Cheers buddy, shame the preview looks a little dull though.

    – rubyred

  • Sam Dantone
    Sam Dantoneover 5 years ago

    You have an entire movie plot in the palm of your hands with this one…

    Beautiful work…

    Sam Dantone

  • Cheers Sam, I was aiming for a touch of drama with this one.

    – rubyred

  • Naf4d
    Naf4dover 5 years ago

    ah! I see what you mean – nice one, looks great.

  • Cheers mate.

    – rubyred

  • Rustyoldtown
    Rustyoldtownover 5 years ago

    I think it looks better on the light tees when you can see the skull shape.
    Extremely well done!

  • Thanks Rusty. I planned it for black on black printing originally to add a bit of mood to the image.

    – rubyred

  • yanmos
    yanmosover 5 years ago

    i agree with zomboy, awesome lighting effect in hands!

  • Thanks Yannis, I’m pleased it looks like a glow.

    – rubyred

  • ANewKindOfWater
    ANewKindOfWaterover 5 years ago

    RE: halftones – we don’t really need them for gradient color on RB, right? Its cool it has become a graphic effect unto itself.

    RE:“analogue” — is the “-ue” suffix a British thing? I have a shirt called Analog Modernist referring to tape-recorded music and sound; is this correct usage? Wikipedia wasn’t much help.

  • Halftones are used purely to add to the ‘digital’ look for this. Us brits like to use the ‘U’ especially in ‘colour’ and ‘analogue’! Thanks for having a look.

    – rubyred

  • ANewKindOfWater
    ANewKindOfWaterover 5 years ago

    I know ‘colour’ from too much martin amis and Was not clear if ‘analogue’ was for non-digital + music-related, or just British spelling. I almost titled that shirt "Analogue Moderniste’ but that was going a little too far.

    Agreed on “digital” look – if it was just a smooth fade around the eyes it would not be as striking and machine-like.

  • Rajee
    Rajeeover 5 years ago

    Great design. :D

  • Thanks Rajee

    – rubyred

  • ElRobbo
    ElRobboover 5 years ago

    This is excellent (once again) RubyRed!
    I was around when video (almost) killed the radio star – you’ve made an astute analogy here with this version!
    I’m always curious to see what you come up with next!
    Nice work!

  • Thanks for you kind comment, I’m pleased the concept seems to have worked!

    – rubyred

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