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Vincent Van Who?
by John Sumrow 
Estimated Domestic delivery on Apr.09
by upsidedownowl 
Estimated Domestic delivery on Apr.09

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Vincent Van Who?

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Vincent Van Who?
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Murray Wellwood 2 hours ago
Can you print t-shirts with my designs??
Chase Humphrey 2 hours ago
Oh boy... More Dr Who shirts... Are there no other fandoms, including the things from the past, that deserve a couple of shirts? 
SpacegeekNat 2 hours ago
Start submitting your own designs. And there hasn't been a Who shirt for a while. You never see Whovians (or anyone for that matter) complain when there's another Zelda shirt.
cubbi54 1 hours ago
Are you kidding me? There's at least one new ,by that I mean tired, Dr. Who (they're all the same btw, insert TARDIS in random location) shirt every week. The Dr Who shirts are even more common/annoying than the overplayed Cthulu ones. 
pottergoose 1 hours ago
Actually we haven't seen one in a month!  Get over yourself.  And thank god, this is by far one of the best they've ever made for a whovian shirt!  You don't see us whining of shirts you like, so screw off
cubbi54 1 hours ago
Why would you whine potter goose, you're ALWAYS getting new Who shirts. No other fandom comes close.....oh and a couple more things: 1. The Dr isn't real and didn't help Vincent do jack, & 2. Go screw a TARDIS you w.ank
pottergoose less than 1 minute ago
What a nutjob.  Thank you  for proving how ridiculous you haters look.  Have a nice day and hope you find something to do with your life besides bashing others.  Bye now
pottergoose 1 hours ago
Lol I'm not whining I'm very proud of my fandom and of this shirt.  Lol never said the doctor was real.  Good lord, how dense do you think we are?  Wow you look like a complete idiot, nice job :)
cubbi54 less than 1 minute ago
Your the one crying over how "the Dr helped Vincent" you guys are losers
pottergoose less than 1 minute ago
Lol thank you for letting me let you look like a complete fool.  It was comedy gold.  Bye now
cubbi54 less than 1 minute ago
That's your second "bye now" sweetheart, when are you leaving? Please leave for 16 years like the Dr
Galen Strickland 1 hours ago
It has been 38 days since the last Who shirt, and at least 50 other fandoms have been represented on shirts since then. Not once have I complained about anything that I don't care for. Get over yourself, WhoHaters.
cubbi54 1 hours ago
What would you have to complain about? There's always Dr Who shirts, ALWAYS. It's tired and played out already.
pottergoose 1 hours ago
Lol played out oh that's priceless.  Yep, come back when your favorite show has now lasted 52 years
cubbi54 1 hours ago
Who has been on 52 consecutive years?
pottergoose less than 1 minute ago
November 23rrd, 1963 read it and weep crazed hater
cubbi54 less than 1 minute ago
You do realize it was cancelled for 16 years right? So that'd mean it's only been on for 10 consecutive years in its current iteration.....lean to count dumb whovian
Meghan Richter less than 1 minute ago
. . . . Who cares. Buy it. Don't buy it. Capital ism is king, supply and demand works and people like doctor who. More fandoms can always be represented but someone has to send the designs (and more than one person has to buy them).  And no its not played out if it were people wouldn't still be buying it..s
Galen Strickland less than 1 minute ago
I won't feed the troll any more.
Rhase 2 hours ago
And oh my goodness, it's offered as a print! Fantastic!

This was the episode that made me wish the Doctor was real. Just the ending of it, and the heartbreaking fact that Van Gogh died thinking himself a failure. Even though I was never much a fan of 11, this episode remains one of my favorites. I've yet to make it through the end without bawling.

Meanwhile haters gonna hate. You'll get over it, haters.
BadOwl 2 hours ago
I cry every time I watch this episode, it is my absolute favorite.  Thanks to the artist for making this a shirt, it is really just beautiful.
JDeazy 3 hours ago
Yay, another pair of Doctor Who shirts...
t_freak 4 hours ago
Van Gogh is my favorite artist and the depiction is very well done but I'm not so keen on Dr Who. The box ruined the shirt for me.
pottergoose 3 hours ago
This shirt is a direct reference to one of the most beloved episodes of Doctor WHo, Vincent and the Doctor, depicting Van Gogh during his last few months, his hardest time of his life and time of incredible art outpour.  Without the  tarids in this shirt, this shirt would have no heart.  This is very deliberate
Rhase 3 hours ago
Hey there. Regardless of liking Doctor Who, if you love Van Gogh I wonder if you watched the episode about him? It'll make you cry like a baby. You don't even need to know much of anything about the Doctor aside from he can time travel. It's called Vincent and the Doctor.

The shirt's definitely in reference of that episode. c:
tgilmor 4 hours ago
Vincent and the Doctor is my favourite Dr. Who episode and I am a long time fan.  I have shared this episode with high school students to help them understand excellent storytelling and to introduce them to the issues that surround mental health!  I have never been so emotionally moved to buy a shirt.  But I am today!
MRender 6 hours ago
Don't think I've ever been quite so emotionally effected by a design before. I'll shed a year for Vincent then buy the shirt that makes me smile.
Congratulations to John Sumrow on a fantastic piece of art.
likeariot 7 hours ago
Oh man. That Vincent & The Doctor shirt is gorgeous. There are few moments in television that are that moving, and that dead on about depression. I bawl every time I watch it.
rats 7 hours ago
Bravo!  Thank you for explaining the significance of the Vincent Van Who t-shirt.  I was unaware of that episode and the little bit that's on YouTube made me smile and cry too.  Kudos to John Sumrow for a beautiful shirt!