PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
The combine with the block "O" that's dotting the "I" is a masterful touch.
so you can buy these where?
They didn't want to deal with any possible litigation from Ohio State by selling them, so they're free to download--in hi res, thank you Eleven-Dub overlords--for personal use.
Someone needs to put together a Real Men of Genius for Walt. This is the best one yet.
Seriously man, I love them all but I swear they keep getting better every week.
this is beautiful lol...we had a topic of these somewhere for all to be put together..can we add this one to the list?
I'm also trying to save as many as possible when Ohio State posts stuff on FB..just fun to look back on
"Winter is coming" - Urban Meyer
just took me a second to realize that was a tractor in the middle lol
one question though...how did it get there?!?!
I think it's a combine actually and I wondered the same thing.
We should strive to keep thy name, of fair repute and spotless fame...
(Also, I'm not a dude)
you know what i meant lol
It's obvious that the farmer left the combine there in the winter. That way, the "I" could be dotted without the cutting through the rest of the script formation, a different one must have been used to finish the rest. Duh, haha.
Or, John Simon just threw the combine there after the rest of the formation was finished. Come to think of it, this is probably a more reasonable explination.
It was definitely Simon!
Perhaps John Simon himself cleared the corn as a tune up for this week's game.....
I know there's a game saturday, and my ass will be there.
Farmers are always thinking ahead. Especially fictional farmers.
Nebraska's drought-striken corn would not look nearly that good this year ;)
These posters are great though.
You do really good work, man. Keep it up.
You know, these are pretty good to use as smartphone wallpaper.
I agree, I can't wait for these to come out each week so I can use them.
always amazed. Thanks for this.
"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes
THE Ohio State University
How long do these take to make? Just curious.
"Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment."
it really depends. That's my cop-out answer. Of the posters I've done this year, this one easily took me the longest. I'd say I sepnt a solid 8-10 hours on this. A lot of it is coming up with the concept, then developing the specific design of the poster. I started from scratch on this one 3 times, but some, like the UAB print, I've gotten "right" the "first" time and those obviosuly don't take as long.
Its very well done, you can tell they take a while to make just by the quality of the work. I wish I could make something like that but all my creative talent was spent on music I am afraid. Amazing stuff Walt and thanks for the reply.
Nailed it, Walt! Brilliant!!
Yeah - just to concur with everyone else - this poster is genius for sure! Just perfect.
The world is full of kings & queens who'll blind your eyes & steal your dreams - it's heaven & hell - Ronnie James Dio.
Aliens must be Buckeye fans.
"It's just another case of there you are". ~ Doc (1918-2012)
Looks awesome Walt! I cropped it so the Script Ohio is my phones wallpaper.
"Say my name."
Does anyone know a good place to get one of the posters printed?
Honestly, Columbus state allowed my ex to print a 12x18 of her art project for like 4 bucks if you'rein Columbus. She tried OSU first but it was so expensive.
Don't give up... Don't ever give up.
if you're a member at Costco, they have a pretty solid printing service for large jobs. Otherwise Kinko's or any print shop should be able to knock these out, and the price will probably be about the same wherever you go.
Great job once again.
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