Pocket-sized art with more uses than you can wave a Bic at. Birthdays, thanks yous, Valentines or even Wednesdays, there’s always an occasion for a stunning card. From promotional weapon to distant friend-contactor, our cards are more versatile than Optimus Prime.
Cards are designed to suit the most common image ratio of 3:2, but any image size can be printed—we just leave a white border.
Remember for a super shine, wax on, wax off.
Other RubyRed parody tees:
funny, karate kid, movie, geek, wax on, wax off, car, vintage, retro, graphic, pop culture, mashup, cars, motor
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!
Great idea and very nicely done. Those halftones are the bollocks man!
Cheers buddy, getting the hang of those pesky dots at last!
LOL! Excellent! This goes to the FAV’S!! :D
Thanks Carrie, I’m pleased it gave you a laugh ;)
You spelled “Defence” wrong! ;)
Not in Britain I didn’t ;)But you’re right, US film, US spelling – thanks!
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Yeah, there’s a brand of wax that looks a little like this that has been around since the 1930’s. Thanks for taking a look.
As usual, the crisp linework, tasty halftones and attention to detail make this pop, RR!As for the syntax of ‘defence’…you can just say it’s an Hawaiian American-Japanese product manufactured in China for the European market, so you should be able to spell it any way you like!: )
Thank you kind Sir! Maybe I need multiple versions to cover all bases eh!
NICE! Love it.
Thanks Graeme, appreciate you stopping by.
Love it mate – great nod to a classic character (and actor).
Cheers Buddy, it’s nice to get something down for a change ;)
Stonking work Roger – the 3d angle of the tin really messes with your head too when you see it on the shirt (in a good way :))
Cheers Matt. Yeah, I like the way the text on the top of the tin is still on a level line but with the added perspective and movement of the tin.
Tres funny Roger. Was meaning to tell you, the article was published in the magazine here with your t-shirt in it. I’ll grab a scan and send it to you.
Nice one, thanks Melinda!