These are 2 of the initial designs for an anti-pop T-shirt company I thought could be a good idea.
They idea was to have a go at mainstream pop and sell them in the back of magazines like Q and NME and websites for people with similar music tastes that identify themselves as anti-mainstream.
These were done a while ago, hence the Dido reference… but it would be equally relevant now, especially with the anti-x-factor movement.
Other designs at the time included ‘Britney Spreared’ and Posh Spice in a spice grinder.
The humour was inspired by the Garbage Pail Kids:
If you are interested in doing something with this idea get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org