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Michael Jackson Tribute

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A clever Michael Jackson tribute by EDHV.

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    Kate
    13th Jul 2009
    10:15 am
  1. This is brilliant! Will be reblogging at some point.


  2. Chris
    13th Jul 2009
    1:16 pm
  3. Seems more like a cheap dig than a tribute.


  4. akabarney
    13th Jul 2009
    2:39 pm
  5. Cheeky!


  6. Kate
    13th Jul 2009
    3:19 pm
  7. I also just realised there\’s a typo on the right swatch…it says 450, 450 rather than going up numerically. Whoops!


  8. Staynice
    13th Jul 2009
    3:57 pm
  9. The Michael on the right stays the same color and the one on the left changes.


  10. Kate
    13th Jul 2009
    6:20 pm
  11. Thanks Staynice.

    Double whoops – apparently not at my most observant today! =/


  12. Corey Thompson
    14th Jul 2009
    1:25 am
  13. Great tribute!


  14. Sam
    14th Jul 2009
    10:32 am
  15. cheap


  16. Aaron
    14th Jul 2009
    1:06 pm
  17. I agree — really cheap.


  18. Neil
    14th Jul 2009
    1:27 pm
  19. Bit ‘meh’ for me


  20. Andy
    14th Jul 2009
    3:03 pm
  21. How does pointing out skin tone for the sake of , what appears to be self promotion, act as a tribute??

    I don’t get it.

    In comparison to the array of existing designer Pantone gags out there this one doesn’t really do it for me…


  22. GlennGlenn
    14th Jul 2009
    4:08 pm
  23. Yeah I think tribute is maybe not the best title for this post?


  24. J.S.
    14th Jul 2009
    8:12 pm
  25. This is pretty insensitive. Yep: cheap.


  26. character1
    16th Jul 2009
    11:46 am
  27. At the risk of jumping on the bandwagon I’m not into this either – it might have been a funny piece had he still been alive – now he’s dead it just feels like a bit of a cheap shot.


  28. Bill Starlin
    18th Jul 2009
    12:36 pm
  29. Quite tacky an dinsensitive to be called a tribute.


  30. Patricia
    20th Jul 2009
    3:44 pm
  31. stupid pointless and so overdone.


  32. Martin B
    28th Jul 2009
    12:50 pm
  33. Is it just me that thinks the most offensive thing about this is the fact that it’s another navel gazing graphic design Pantone reference?

    It’s a book that has colours in it. I have an underwear drawer with some different coloured pairs of socks in it.


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