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BEST PICTURE FEBRUARY 2010

BEST PICTURE FEBRUARY 2010

It was a hard decision to make this month but we finally narrowed it down to Jake Whiteman’s awesome Alien inspired image. A big thank you to all of you who participated this month. If you’d like to enter for our competition in March send your photos/image manipulations to info@lastexittonowhere.com.

A homage to Raiders of the Lost Ark

The Raven from Raiders of the Lost Ark

“Your fire is dying here, Fraulein. Why don’t you tell us where the piece is right now?”

Inspired by Marion Ravenwood’s tavern in Patan, Nepal – from Steven Spielberg’s finest Indiana Jones episode, Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Facebook

Last Exit to Nowhere Facebook

Hey folks. We thought it was about time that we dedicated more time to our Facebook page. To mark this we wanted to have semi-regular competitions where we ask you for input and ideas. So, to kick off let us know who you think has the weirdest/ best/ interesting/ character name? Snake Plissken for me; great name and a great character. Entries in for Sunday 28th Feb please. Our favourite can pick a shirt of their choice from our main site! Good luck!! Click on the image to visit Last Exit to Nowhere Facebook page.

A homage to The Truman Show

Seahaven T-shirt

New T-shirt design inspired by Truman Burbank’s fictional hometown in the wonderfully subversive satire The Truman Show. Includes a FREE ‘How’s It Going To End’ badge! Click on the image for more information.

Star City

Star City at Nottingham Contemporary

We have a limited amount of Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts available to buy at the prestigious Nottingham Contemporary exhibition Star City. The exhibition contains real objects and propaganda of the period, including USSR Space Race posters, a life-size replica of a Sputnik, space food and a collection of Polish space toys among other things. Don’t miss it – the show runs until the 17 Apr 2010.

Soylent Green homage T-shirt

Soylent Corporation

“It’s the year 2022… People are still the same. They’ll do anything to get what they need” – New to the Last Exit to Nowhere range are these 4 colour Soylent Corporation T-shirts inspired by the 1973 science fiction film Soylent Green starring Charlton Heston.