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My last post about Threadless submissions is about the first design I sent in. I thought our stormtrooper cartoon would look good (I think the image looks much better on the shirt than the other two designs) so I tried that.

The design had too much text on it and was rejected. I was interested in seeing how the whole voting process worked though, so I removed the text and resubmitted.

This wasn’t the smartest thing to do since without any words there’s just a stormtrooper standing there. Who is going to look at this and think ‘It looks like he’s got some sex toys on one end of his blaster and I see how that contrasts with the other end’? No one — except Rob 🙂

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Is this cartoon funny enough for the New Yorker? Go tell them.

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Is this cartoon funny enough for the New Yorker? Go tell them.

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Rob and David met in high school and had similar last names. It’s twenty years later and they’ve amassed a pile of cartoons produced during their creative partnership. If anyone spent twenty years doing something, you know it’d be funny at least SOME of the time. It’s the law of averages.

Don’t turn your back on the well puts this theory to the test. Pick up a copy and verify our hypothesis. If you don’t laugh once, you won’t get your money back but you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you spent your last twenty years doing something more worthwhile than we did!

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Noise Pollution Warning Siren

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Is this cartoon funny enough for the New Yorker? Go tell them.

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