A few months ago, I said on Twitter that I want a T-shirt that’s based on Hokusai’s The Great Wave Off Kanagawa, only the wave is made of dice, and the rest of the work is gaming stuff.
You know, something like this:
Today, that T-shirt exists, thanks to my pals at shirt.woot … and while you’re there, you may want to check out The Wil Wheaton Sale, which has a bunch of shirts and things I curated … you know, for kids!
Yay! Happy Friday.
8 thoughts on “a new shirt.woot shirt: the great game”
This is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen. Such a creative and subtle way to combine Hokusai’s painting and the gaming world. Definitely going on my Christmas list!
Thanks for having awesome ideas all the time 🙂
You asked for a shirt on Twitter and you got a shirt.
Should anyone have that much power?
I definitely had a “Shut up and take my money” moment when I saw this on my daily check of shirt.woot. <3
sweet merciful bargain!
I just bought 2 shirts for my nephews. They are having the best Christmas EVER!
Doubt I could have convinced my wife to paint this version upon my sons wall. Going to order a shirt now. She let me do the original though.
Wow that is amazing!!
Thank you sir.
Just one of the many ways Im trying to fuel my sons creativity. It’s
an image that transcends ages.
I have known who you are for sometime (you are amazing narrator) but just stumbled onto your blog and TableTop series. I don’t use any forms of the large online social media so it takes me a bit sometimes. 😉 I actually came across King of Tokyo (Kaiju fan) and decided to search
for reviews. Needless to say I enjoyed the show. I haven’t played a
board game in years but we have been playing it a ton and ordered the
expansions. It’s kept my internet addicted stepson unplugged.
I must give you the credit for reviving this great leisure activity in our house.
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