Mark Frauenfelder at 1:10 pm Fri, Apr 16, 2010
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Their stuff looks an awful lot like Imaginary Foundations.
I bought this, it is a very well made, soft and beautiful shirt, thanks for the posting, i would have never found it among all the other horrible designs that they offer.
This tees is very nice and fully imaginative
Awesome! It really plays with your head. This would really make a cool space-metal album cover.
Love it, love it.
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just ordered the earth rise shirt!
“Finally, you can be morbid and pro-space at the same time.”
It’s a cute bit of design, but I can’t think why I’d want to wear it.
It’s like a statement on the Obama policy on killing NASA and intense hatred of Texas.
Can I borrow your grinder when you’re done? My axe is a little blunt. Kthxbye.
They’re actually calling the company “Public Domain?”
That might not have been the smartest business naming move of all time…
i dig the shit outta that design. now i’m kicking myself for not coming up with it first! it would’ve made a killer concept for one of my books. a screen printed poster would be pretty boss.
Looks like the poster to some sci-fi horror movie.
Skulls though are played out.
Did anyone notice that this also looks a little bit like Cthulhu…?
What, OXYMORON CLOTHING was already taken???
Public Domain is certainly lucky that high res public domain images of cloud cover composites from July 29th, 2001 by NASA can be found on Wikipedia which have nothing to do with the actual photo of an Earthrise. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:BlueMarble-2001-2002.jpg
Almost as jarring as this image of the Earth. The only way you’d see Africa like that is if you were looking at it though your rear view mirror on the way to the Moon.
Sometimes I wonder how it isn’t illegal to have an (obviously intentional) misleading company name. There is a parking lot a couple of miles from where I live that is called “free parking inc” or something along those lines. It is a paid parking lot and states so on the sign, but much less obviously than the name of the company that is in big bold letters.
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