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TechnoRain3-v2 fabric by steve_win on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches.

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Smaller at 150 dpi minimum
10.00in x 13.49in, 150 pixels/inch,

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This fabric is delivered smooth and crinkles when washed. Prints are likely to be off-grain.
Please note: We will print this item in as long a run of fabric as possible. If flaws are present, extra may be printed. We may need to divide your yardage into shorter, non-continuous pieces. Click here for more information or contact Customer Service.

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By Steve Winfield

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Description:

A second version of a "falling text" or "character rain" graphic inspired by the visual effect shown in a popular sci-fi film trilogy.

Can combine with TechnoRain3 using Spoonflower's "Fill-a-Yard" option in their "How It Works" menu above. Primarily random ASCII characters, with a few phrases mixed in. The phrases are: "The world has been pulled over your eyes" "There is no fate" - Terminator franchise, (the "other" vision of global domination by computers and machines) "Control is an illusion" - Days of Thunder (a contrast with The Matrix, where an illusion was a means of control) "Open the pod bay doors please Hal" - 2001 A Space Odyssey (more machines gone bad) "Repent Harlequin Said The Ticktockman" - title of a short story by Harlan Ellison (another rebellion theme) "I have no mouth and I must scream" - title of a short story by Harlan Ellison (a story of 5 consciousnesses existing within a simulated reality created by a global computer network - consciousnesses who are controlled and tortured by the program and seek to escape it... (does this sound at all familiar, Matrix fans? Consider the Matrix scene where Neo first meets Smith, in an interrogation room, and for a moment Neo LITERALLY has no mouth and tries to scream.) (Mr. Ellison - I reference your stories here, not to infringe your rights, but instead to recognize and credit your profound influence on the genre of speculative fiction. Thank You!) "You can choose.. a ready guide.. in some celestial voice.." "If you choose.. not to decide.. you still have made a choice" - Rush song, "Free Will" "Be the change you wish to see" - a paraphrase of Ghandi "The things you own end up owning you" - because there's more to life than stuff. "Nobody owns you but you" - myself (and 13,300 results on Google...) Also, there is a copyright watermark at 75% transparency in the same size, font and style (for maximum camouflage). The watermark says "©2017 steve66.oh@att.net", which is my primary email and internet identity. This image is my own composition, done in the style of a graphic effect shown in "The Matrix" film series.. but this image does not appear in the film and is not affiliated with it in any way. This image is also consistent with the "style" of graphic displays that were typical of monochrome monitors used with 8086 class PC computers of the mid 1980's - a technological "look" that was already obsolete when "The Matrix" was released and therefore can not be a "trademark" or other property of the film or its producers. (If anybody is interested... I designed this pattern to use on Spandex fabric for an awesome bodycon skirt I'm making for myself.... but I would love to see what you do with it! Steve)