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A mash-up T-shirt design for Teefury that they didn't want. It's Starbucks meets Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. "Um Num Shiva!"

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Nice

This was kind of cool the red and desert like look was nice the circular Starbucks feel is nice a good logo here and could represent some coffee theme some nice artwork here you have and it looks good maybe an added shine would be nice

~~SUGGESTED IDEAS~~
Some added shine would be an idea

~X~

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Oh, I get it

While I haven't seen the actual movie, I understand what this is about. This is referring to the fact that the movie features hearts being ripped out of people's bodies. This combines it with candy hearts (at least I hope). I have to admit that this seems like a really bold step for you in terms of artwork. It was like you were really attempting to do something different and it worked out great. This works well because the lines are very curvy and nicely done all around.

The villian presented here has a very disturbing appearance to it. I guess that might be played for comedic or scary effect. The red background makes it particularly suiting for the hearts and blood and everything. I also love the stains that are on the side of the white frame. He looks like he has nails painted red.

Clever

Awesome design for a t-shirt, love the concept. Whether you're trying to deliver a message against capitalistic Starbucks or just making some awesome lineart for a t-shirt, this is priceless.

I'd wear it.

nice coffie

it is so hot it will burn ur lips off and dude is the guy selling coffie i hell

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Jul 15, 2011
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