Guess what? I made some new shirts for my Zazzle store last night.
Check them out and let me know what you think. Here is a brief description of each as they came into my head:
Another in an apparently LONG line of ‘My Other T-Shirt’ shirts. I couldn’t find anything exactly the same, but only mildly different already on the nets, so we’ll see if I have blatantly ripped off someone else when the DMCA notice lands in my inbox.
My other T-Shirt was at the dry-cleaners on Alderaan… so yeah.
I get a LOT of help desk tickets daily. Approximately 2/3 (ish) of them are so vague, i have to wonder if these people even know what the real issue is. I’ve wanted to start answering all emails and phone calls with a paraphrase from Star Trek: Please State The Nature of your IT EMERGENCY (because they are ALL emergencies, right?) now i have a t-shirt that says it for me!
ROBOTS! we love robots here at the Assorted Robot Meat Company! obv. So, this is a new-old design. Was first posted back in like 1978…. or later probably.
A couple more one-offs, because t-shirts get boring sometimes. You need a hoodie and a mug of coffee on a cold day in Seattle to do the deep thinking required to under stand the #NSA…
The last thing is just a self-indulgent crap-shoot. Like MC Front’s glasses, I don’t actually expect anyone to BUY this, but just knowing that i can put it up for sale makes me feel good about myself:
Hola people who like… stuff.
I have two new designs out this week at the ‘ol Assorted Robot Meats Cafe Press Store . As a regular reader of this blog you WILL recognize these as having been posted in the past.
Robot's Balloons, as seen on a nice gray shirt.
Robot Has Lost His Balloons
One is what I promised earlier, a version of “Robot’s Balloons,” which features a simple, child-like robot chasing after his lost balloons. It’s one of the first crop of circular headed robots that was actually thought out, and not just, you know, thrown at a yellow note pad. It is also a drawing that was inspired by my lovely-talented-and-super-awesome wife. She suggested that if I was going to draw a robot that it be neither scary, mean, nor stupid. And there you have it!
Design #2 this week is the ‘cute-yet-pathetic-almost-baby-bird-like’ guy from a couple weeks ago. I like him, even though I have no idea what to call him. Which reminds me:
This week, if you have a few spare minutes, have a run through the MAS ART Archive located conveniently: HERE. I’m looking for titles, captions, comments, etc. Whatever floats your boat really. The best stuff will become the actual title of that work, and maybe some other stuff will happen involving all of the known Universe not being vaporized by some half-cat’s bad poetry being read to a Vogon, or something. who knows.
Ok, well that wraps up this post, thanks again and don’t forget to check out the STORE!
Last night’s creative output. Kinda cute you know, like a surprised baby bird. His little antenae started out as a segmented pipe. It was supposed to twist down and attach to his body, but it looked good flopping down and gave him a slightly more pathetic look that I thought was appropriate.
[UPDATE: I’m providing a thumb and link to the newly scanned version. thanks]
Not really a calendar item, but a bot item… “22” loosely refers to the date. This bot-man is a little angrier than most, probably due to the fact that the full version had horrible legs and feet.
those darned kids are driving over my lawn again!
This turned out pretty cool. Might do a series of machines. Have some ideas for spiders and stuff. These would probably look good as large scale paintings as well…
Yes, Robots can sneeze as well as throw up…