A little jab at our friends over at British Petroleum...
**If anyone's interrested in using this guy for non-comercial applications, you're more than welcome to download a vector (PDF) HERE
almost 4 years ago
Welcome to dribbble my friend.
@Gerren Lamson - Cheers my man! Great to be here! Thanks so much for keeping me in mind!
@Miro Keller - Thanks a lot!
@Kerry Johnson - Cheers!
Good to see you on Dribbble, Michael.
Could this be the first logo incorporating dead fish? I think so.
Horrible situation... but can't help but love this.
@Morgan Allan Kn... - Thanks a bunch!!
@Pete Lacey - Thanks a lot my man, great to see you. Well if it's a first > I certainly hope it's a last... Couldn't agree more... Thanks again!
This is hilarious (and clever). I love that one of your tags is "Death". Morbid, but funny.
Well played sir.
@Renee Swigert - Ha! I'm all about the literal tagging... ;) Thanks a bunch! Much appreciated!
@Jarad Johnson - Thanks very much indeed!
By far one of the more clever anti-BP logos. Love this.
@Rob Loukotka - Thanks so much!
This would make a great large banner— like hanging off a semi truck in protest or something. Nice job man, and thanks for having a conscience (unlike some people... cough Tony Hayward cough...)
@Carson Kahn - Thanks a ton Carson! All I can say for Tony Hayward is...unfortunately that's a pretty low benchmark to top...
over 3 years ago
@patrick jilbert - Thanks a lot Patrick! :)
by Michael Spitz
Rebounding my very first shot on Dribbble...
In an effort to help raise funds for the continuing cleanup efforts in the Gulf > the guys at New Orleans based Dirty Coast approached me about printing a limited edition run of shirts to commemorate the spill last April.
**All proceeds donated to the Gulf Restoration Network
about 3 years ago
296 posts later, I just came back and wanted to see what you're first post was. You do a great job at a great diversity of styles.
almost 2 years ago
@Alex Parker ⇢ ☁ - Ha! Thanks for trudging your way back through the timeline. Greatly appreciated Alex!
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