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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches
<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/926044-oh-no-tokyo-by-ceanirminger' title = 'Oh No, Tokyo!!! by ceanirminger on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0092/6044/rrrrtokyo_shop_preview.png' alt='Oh No, Tokyo!!!'/></a>
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I love that bag, crafty scientist! Thanks so much for sharing your stellar project!
Posted almost 2 years ago.
Love this fabric! This was printed on the old Kona and washed and dried once.
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This is a great design. Made me laugh because it reminds me of the old movies where the mouths don't move in sync with the english dubbed words. Those always crack me up.
Posted over 2 years ago.
Hahahahaaa!!! This is way too much fun....I love how your mind works!!!
The vivid three-dimensionality of this design is giving me the breath of fresh air I need! Joy!
Posted about 3 years ago.
On this particular project, I cannot say I did not cut the cloth. I did cut and I used the excess cloth to make a trim for the pillowcase. This close up shot shows the wonderful detail in ceanirminger's design and the quality of Spoonflower printing. The pillow form is 26" in length -- a regular standard sleeping pillow.
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Fabric design "Oh No, Tokyo!!!" by Spoonflower designer Ceanirminger is printed on one yard of Spoonflower Kona cotton. I made a case for a large pillow for my grandson to use as a reading pillow. Using the pillow vertically emphasizes the urban structures. The design is fabulous, the artwork fun to study.
Your work is gorgeous!
Posted over 3 years ago.
by the way my little one love it even more than I do!
Posted over 4 years ago.
I always say than I want to go to Tokio, but right now I'm not so sure of it...
Haha! Thank you everyone! It was fun to keep trying to cram just one more monster in this one. Turns out there is always room for one more!
I think I spot Gamera... awesome! Gamera was the prenatal nickname of our 5 year old daughter; maybe she needs a dress made from this fabric?!
bwa ha ha ha! excellent. (hmm, I need to introduce my children to Godzilla...) this is SO funny, and colorful, and silly, and busy - well done!
Totally amazing. I am in awe of your talent and a little afraid of your imagination, Cean.
Oh, this is really awesome!
Yay - the Tokyo of my misspent youth! Wicked good Cean!
Cean, if you made a coordinating yard that had stripes of some of the primary color sets (running the length of the fabric), peeps could get them to use for cuffs, collars and other details of garments made with the main fabric, or use them for quilting strips around blocks of the main fabric. You could make one selection of primaries, one of coordinating yellows, one of reds, etc. Don't forget a set of greens just for Slothra!
Your monsters are all so amazing, so colorful and imaginative, love it!
this is just so rad! it needs coordinates :)
Thank you so much everybody, you are all the best! This was a fun one and one day will be the next installment of my niece and nephew adventures. I left some room to pop them in for battle but ran out of time, so one day soon there will be some heroic children on the scene to save poor Tokyo from further monster mischief.
Just too much fun!
I had to come look at this again. I am just amazed by your imagination.
I adore Slothra!!! Great piece again Cean!
Jeepers creepers, this is outstanding! My youngest loves all things Tokyo, she'll be amazed with this :)
Haaaa! This is incredible, Cean.
Love your work Cean, this is such a fun design with SO much going on. Amazing!
Awesomesauce. I just love your brain! Ha-ha, Siya!
This is so amazing! All the detail, all the characters; and it repeats!!!
You are soooooo TALENTED!!!!
It's amazing Tokyo is still around, with all the monsters it attracts. Awesome design!
WOW LOVE oooo yeah. love...... LOVE
When I turned the computer on and saw this awesome design I just knew that Cean had been busy again! I love to see what happens on the design pages when your imagination has free rein! I am reminded of the creatures from the Dungeon Dimensions of the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett!
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