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I wanted to call this one “Pop Art Shakespeare,” but Amazon wouldn’t let me. I guess that term is not common usage, somebody actually owns it. I’ve always wanted to make an homage to Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe. Here’s my version:
Which one’s your favorite? I kind of like upper left, somehow, he came out shorter than the others, and I think he has to make up for it in attitude.
One of the cool things about this square design is that it looks excellent on the tote bags and pillows that Amazon offers. Also available on the standard t-shirts and hoodies in many varieties.