• I, Ron Man
    I, Ron Man

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    Never trust a superhero that can handle his drink...

  • Poke-terrestrial

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    This was the first real design I ever did, that I've now come back to after 2 years. I can do a lot more fancy-shmancy things with digital art now - and it's awesome!

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crypticpain 3 hours ago
I love the Parks and Rec shirt lol.
timconklin 12 hours ago
ThunderX 12 hours ago
That Pokémon/E.T. mash-up is beautiful.
Cary Bass-Deschênes 12 hours ago
Gonna get a copyright notice! 

MamaOlympias 12 hours ago
... Isn't that the point of the shirt?
Cary Bass-Deschênes 12 hours ago
The shirt uses actual line and color from the original artwork in its design, therefore it is using derivative artwork in an infringing manner. 
funkdefunk 12 hours ago
My name's Cary and I know nothing about copyright laws!
Cary Bass-Deschênes 12 hours ago
I know a lot about copyright laws. I worked closely with the legal department of a major online internet foundation for 4 years and know the difference between "Original" and "Derivative"  The shirt uses ink and line art from the original drawing. TeeFury took down a similar one a few years ago based on an original drawing for My Name is Earl. 
ToddBowers 12 hours ago
It's been almost 40 years though. Isn't it 'fair use' at this point?
schiiism 11 hours ago
This entire site is IP infringement, so the form of original art is irrelevant. Ideas and characters are just as protected as pieces of visual art
schiiism 11 hours ago
That said, the artists who contribute to the site are very talented and resourceful. The loss of revenue to IP juggernauts like Disney/Marvel/etc is negligible
Ronald Hamilton less than 1 minute ago
The main reason why it's okay is Parody law. If you worked close with a legal department. You would have known that. 
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