Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Woolly Logic T-Shirts



Last week I did a couple of digital doodles in the style of printed circuit boards, posted them on facebook and it turned out that people liked them enough to want them printed on t-shirts. If you too want a PCB robot or skeleton emblazoned across your chest, then you can buy one in my Spreadshirt shop, Woolly Logic here:

11 comments:

Shelley Noble said...

Super clever.Super cute, Ceri! GREAT design concept and execution! GOGOGO!

mycael™ said...

super-duper-circuit-bending-freaking-cool t-shirt motives !

Bringing out the spirit of wooly monster land, wear it close to your heart. Ordering...

jriggity said...

Nice work.

jrigity

Kenneth Sipel said...

What Shelley said!

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Lester King said...

Great news! So glad that a lot of people liked your designs. I love those digital doodles. Keep up the awesome work!

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ericsteeves1980gmail said...

So cool! I absolutely like the idea of creating those logical designs. I would like to have that same shirt. I really like it! auto blog samurai

alexjackson1976gmail said...

That's truly wonderful! How much would it cost for one shirt printing? I really like it to be printed in my t-shirt. Extreme NO

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Don Carlson said...

Hi Ceri,

It's literally been... years. I want to apologize for that argument we had that caused us not to be friends anymore in 2013. It wasn't known at the time, but I was actually dying from iron anemia due to my stomach illness and it caused something similar to dementia. At the time, I was also around a very toxic male element that influenced my attitude toward women's rights.

After going to the emergency room and getting a blood transfusion, I moved in with a feminist and learned firsthand the very issues I was being unintentionally callous about. Now, three years later I have a completely different point of view and am very sorry for the way I acted.

Hope you are well, and feel free to say hi sometime. Also, thanks again for the clay.