i don't think its a piece of shit. coming from more of an illustrators background/viewpoint, i tend to be drawn towards other illustrated pieces, not so much design pieces, this seems like it would fall under the latter.
the 3d element is cool, i don't know what the band sounds like so i can't really go into the appropriateness of that sorta stuff. but i certainly have no problem with this poster being made.
jake, i guess i didn't think anyone would recognize me. sure i work out, sure i have an amazing body, but i hate it when i take off my shirt and other guys around me wince, knowing that they have to compete with what i've got to offer.
the 'last supper' tattoo is definitely meant to accent my upper torso and muscular arms, a little icing on the cake, i like to tell the ladies. and guys, sure why not? plenty to go around, plenty to go around.
as for being humble, its definitely part of what i like to call the "tyler suprise." i lure people in with my humble and subservient attitude, then attack them. much like that lure fish that you see on the nature channels. with the lure thing, and the eating of the fish.
geez, its late and i'm tired. thanks for the comments. many of you don't know that Jacob, Vice President of Unflown, Inc., and i went to college together. good times.
anyways, hope nobody gets offended by my non-poster oriented comments. all in fun, all in fun. i love you all.
i was visiting the guys at Ride snowboards in seattle, and met chris schultz, coby's (of ames bros) bro, and he had this poster hanging above his computer. i was like, wow, you're famous. really sweet poster, this pic doesn't do it justice, its also (the one i saw) was quite a bit more orange instead of red.