I made this in the wake of a wave of realization.
For those of you who backed it on Kickstarter, the Print and Play version of the core 500-card Superfight deck is ready and available for download.
Check your Kickstarter messages for the link.
Flyer Designer One: We need some clipart for this thing. It’s too texty.
Flyer Designer Two: Just use the CD-Rom with the party hat and businessman clip art. Nobody reads this shit.
Flyer Designer One: But we kinda need people to read this. So they stay calm. I just need to find an image that really comes off as calming and reassuring and pleasant.
Flyer Designer Two: Guy wearing a gas mask?
Flyer Designer One: Perfect.
(Source: micropolisnyc, via meganwest)
Unsolicited fact about myself: Now I’m an adult with money who can afford real art supplies. But I still use the same cheap-ass mechanical pencils I used as a kid. They are one of the few things I took with me. Because I still think they hold what I’m after.
Modern love / Dad lyfe
The final eleven hundred Superfight cards. Eleven. Hundred.
Just put this on the windshield of a truck with a “SET FREE” sticker on it. Because someone has to balance this shit.