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Friday, June 19, 2009

Did You Just Win a Free T-shirt?

6 pennies earned

Well...if you didn't enter our most recent giveaway, than the answer's a real no-brainer.

Of course, if you're one of the 18 people who submitted a link to a tshirt with a maze on it, you're likely sitting on the edge of your seat wondering if you won this awesome shirt from teextile.

Before we get to the winner, though, let's take a stroll through some of your submissions. We never know how interesting the tshirts are going to be when we offer up a challenge like this, but you don't disappoint!

So how long do you think it will be before mazes replace trees, skulls and birds as the go-to standard for t-shirt artists?

It was so much fun to look at all the maze shirts you (& I) submitted for this contest. Unfortunately, as they say in the movies, "there can be only one." This time around it seems like our top secret atomic random person picker had a zen for the most un-child-friendly submission, Thomas' smut labrinth teeshirt -- seen here in all it's oversized glory. If you're intrigued by this one, you won't be let down by the artist's Smut Clothing line (NSFW).

Thank you to everyone for playing. Don't forget that we're giving away another free t-shirt sometime next week, so make sure you come back daily to see what hurdle we'll next make you jump through!

Escape From it All t-shirt image creative common licensed from stallio.

6 pennies earned:

Thomas said...

Hurray! I love this site! You'll shoot me an email?

Eden said...

Hahaha. I was typing it as you wrote this. Should be in your box now ;)

dagith said...

aww, no love for the corn :P

Eden said...

There was plenty of human love for the corn, but the machines were having none of it :(

Thomas said...

You have to learn what the machines like. They like smut WAY more than corn.

Though, I would have submitted a corn shirt if you hadn't already.

NeWtoz said...

I saw those smut shirts before you posted it, but I figured I would just do a smiley face instead.

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