Hot Off the Press: Michigan Game Poster

By Walt Keys on November 27, 2013 at 1:00p

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Earle's picture

Gold Pants FTW!!

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Size them up baby!

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Orlando Buckeye's picture

Hard to believe that guy fights zombies now.

andyb's picture

You just blew my mind!!!

toad1204's picture

Love the tie and pants combo.  Well done Mr. Keys.

Nothing like dancing on the field in 02... 

buckeyeEddie27's picture


I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.

Ethos's picture

Rose on the Tie.  Best "Where's Waldo" posters ever.

"I spent 90 percent of my money on women and drink. The rest I wasted." - George Best

bedheadjc's picture

OHHHHHHH ho ho, the best yet! By far...damn.
The Most Iinteresting Man in the World, Beau Brummel, Gordon Gekko, Franky Four Fingers, Thomas Crown...and Brutus. Love it.

WC Buckeye's picture


The only thing that's new in the world is the history that we have forgotten.

dsavoca77's picture

Size 36 X 30 please.  Man you outdid yourself again.  Great stuff

Denny's picture

Oh no, Brutus matched his tie and pocket square :(


Ethos's picture

this is wrong?

"I spent 90 percent of my money on women and drink. The rest I wasted." - George Best

Denny's picture

Matching your pocket square and tie is a slightly more sophisticated version of the shirt/tie combo from Macy's. Complementing >> matching


Ethos's picture

i'm genuinely interested here, no sarcasm, should it be Grey then? 

"I spent 90 percent of my money on women and drink. The rest I wasted." - George Best

Denny's picture

These things are never hard-and-fast (this is a pretty good guide), but matching the square exactly with the tie never works well. With a dark gray jacket like our buddy Brutus has on, a gray square would be tough to pull off (light gray silk *might* work, if it's patterned with other colors). If Brutus is feeling brave, he'd go with a silk blue/yellow paisley or something like that, and just own the hell out of it.
That said, you can almost never go wrong with a white linen square, even with a heavy tweed jacket and odd trousers.


BuckeyeW's picture

The tie is actually a rose pattern, while the square is plain red. I think it's an acceptable match. 

Denny's picture

A red-edged white would work better, though. On this, we all can agree.


Walt Keys's picture

Noted. Luckily, I accidentally got this correct at a wedding this past weekend.

GoBucks10's picture

Great poster!  I love the gold pants and rose tie co_bination!

"Because I couldn't go for three."  - Woody Hayes

GOOMBAY's picture

Positively snazzy!

IBleedSandG's picture

I need to get me a suit like that!


BullCityBuckeye's picture

And I thought the Indiana poster couldn't be beat.  The best one yet!  Bravo, sir!

Ohio1St81's picture

This is so creative, well done. 

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Orlando Buckeye's picture

I think, especially during this historic run, we need to be able to buy posters and a coffee table book that has not only the artwork but the box scores, too.  Shut up and take my money!

Buckeyebrowny919's picture

Um.....this would be beautiful..pleeeeeease

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bukyze's picture

This is absolutely the best one of all - great job Walt!

FitzBuck's picture

All that is missing are Wolverine skin shoes. 
My favorite poster this year.  Great job.  

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Maestro's picture


vacuuming sucks

droessl's picture

I love this one so damn much!

clogan1032's picture

Get your shine box Brady!

Seattle Linga's picture

Great Poster Walt !!!!
Is it Saturday yet?

BeijingBucks's picture

"It's not easy to look this damn good... but someone has to!"

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