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#1 Edited by Mushir (2389 posts) -

Larger poster-size version is available here. (90 mb)

So, while listening to todays podcast (which was amazing) I decided to make a little something as a little tribute to Ryan. I looked at all the message boards and tweets and stuff and found different words that people used to describe Ryan or what he meant to them and made a little something with all of it. I apologize for any spelling mistakes or whatever, I tried to get this done as soon as possible. I know Ryan would probably find this to be corny as hell, but I just had to make something for the dude.

#2 Edited by MocBucket62 (1135 posts) -

That poster is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

#3 Posted by sirdesmond (1234 posts) -

Wow, really nice work. I really like the photo/word collage and the RYAN DAVIS portion, although I might like a version without the "thanks for everything" as well. Either way, really nice poster and a great tribute (good word choice too!)

#4 Edited by Mushir (2389 posts) -

@mocbucket62: Thanks man!

@sirdesmond: Thanks! Yeah, perhaps it would look better without the "thanks for everything". I'll make one without it if people want.

#5 Posted by armaan8014 (5319 posts) -

Nice job :)

#6 Posted by JJOR64 (18892 posts) -

Awesome poster!

#7 Edited by bombHills (632 posts) -

Very nice

#8 Posted by Demoskinos (14520 posts) -

Jesus. The community coming out with all this artwork is just amazing. I've clicked on 2 or 3 threads now in the last few minutes with amazing art.

#9 Posted by Bollard (5203 posts) -

Wow, this is fantastic. I've been looking for something to print on canvas for a long time and this might be it.

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#10 Posted by TJUK (97 posts) -

@mushir: Love it, but I agree that the "thanks for everything" doesn't really add anything. What about "so long and thanks for all the fish" instead?

#11 Posted by amlabella (322 posts) -

That's wonderful, thanks for sharing.

#12 Posted by joshthebear (2700 posts) -

Wow duder, that's amazing.

#13 Edited by Mushir (2389 posts) -

@tjuk: Haha, I don't think I'll do that after listening to the podcast! But I edited the first post now without the text. :)

Thanks everyone!

#14 Posted by Grixxel (762 posts) -

I'm pretty sure the guys at the office would appreciate a poster out of this. Hint.

#15 Edited by Colourful_Hippie (4328 posts) -

Nice!

#16 Posted by Nux (2294 posts) -

Awesome job duder!

#17 Posted by Mushir (2389 posts) -

@grixxel said:

I'm pretty sure the guys at the office would appreciate a poster out of this. Hint.

I'd love to send them something, but the shipping fee from Norway to the USA is outrageous.

#18 Posted by Metal_Mills (2980 posts) -

@mushir said:

@grixxel said:

I'm pretty sure the guys at the office would appreciate a poster out of this. Hint.

I'd love to send them something, but the shipping fee from Norway to the USA is outrageous.

Is it any cheaper to send to Australia? It probably isn't but if it is, I would forward it to them for you and pay the rest of the shipping there.

Could I suggest one change too? You should add "Husband".

#19 Posted by LiquidPrince (15835 posts) -

Beautiful.

#20 Posted by Otacon (2208 posts) -

This is really touching. Nice job.

#21 Edited by Nubikal (100 posts) -

That's great, would work very well as a commemorative tshirt too.

@mushir said:

@grixxel said:

I'm pretty sure the guys at the office would appreciate a poster out of this. Hint.

I'd love to send them something, but the shipping fee from Norway to the USA is outrageous.

If you wanted a cheaper way to do this you could use a US based service where you just upload a high-res file and they do the rest.
#22 Posted by Sanj (2342 posts) -

Awesome poster, man.

#23 Posted by JouselDelka (967 posts) -

so good

#24 Edited by geirr (2469 posts) -

That's really cool! Do you have a bigger resolution laying around for us to grab in case we want to make a personal print or two?

Also the addition of 'husband' would be nice.

Also I live in Norway and can confirm the crazy prices!

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#26 Posted by Gaff (1637 posts) -

@pipedreams: @geirr: While you're at it, might as well add "son" and "brother" to it too.

And again, great job, duder.

#27 Posted by StrikeALight (1112 posts) -

Very touching. Really good work!

#28 Edited by Mushir (2389 posts) -

Thanks so much everyone!

@metal_mills said:

@mushir said:

@grixxel said:

I'm pretty sure the guys at the office would appreciate a poster out of this. Hint.

I'd love to send them something, but the shipping fee from Norway to the USA is outrageous.

Is it any cheaper to send to Australia? It probably isn't but if it is, I would forward it to them for you and pay the rest of the shipping there.

Could I suggest one change too? You should add "Husband".

I haven't checked, but I would assume Australia is even worse. I can't believe I didn't add Husband. I'll definitely do that.

@geirr said:

That's really cool! Do you have a bigger resolution laying around for us to grab in case we want to make a personal print or two?

Also the addition of 'husband' would be nice.

Also I live in Norway and can confirm the crazy prices!

I don't have a larger one right now, but the text is vector so I can scale it all up. My only concern is that the photo of Ryan is not of high enough resolution to really scale it up to poster-size, even though you barely see it. I'll make a higher resolution one though post it here. :)

Thanks a lot for those links man. That's a much better idea than shipping it from Europe, heh. I'll see if I can get a higher resolution one done and make it into a poster to send to the guys.

Also a quick question. Should I change the text to something different? Maybe something more uplifting than "Rest in peace", or is it fine as is?

#29 Posted by Bucketdeth (8003 posts) -

I work at staples and am definitely going to get this turned into a small poster, thank you for such an awesome piece of art.

#30 Edited by Bollard (5203 posts) -

@geirr: I agree, I would love a high quality copy of this to get printed.

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#31 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7039 posts) -

Love it.

#32 Edited by Milkman (16484 posts) -

It SICKENS me how many amazingly talented people we have here. Awesome stuff.

#33 Edited by TheManWithNoPlan (5138 posts) -

Damnit! How can I not keep tearing up every time I see an amazing tribute for ryan?

Really though, that's great.

#34 Posted by Silver-Streak (1328 posts) -

This is fantastic.

#35 Edited by TheSouthernDandy (3767 posts) -

Really great work dude, love it.

#36 Posted by c_rakestraw (818 posts) -

Amazing.

#37 Posted by GaspoweR (2754 posts) -

<> ;_;

#38 Posted by PhantomGardener (455 posts) -

Now this, this should be put on a shirt. That is just amazing.

#39 Edited by bitchypixels (67 posts) -

I could definitely see this as the cover of a tribute documentary or something. Great work!

#40 Edited by Hynes22 (24 posts) -

That's really cool, thanks Mushir

#41 Posted by Hassun (924 posts) -

Shame the image is so small, I would love to see what's up Ryan's nostrils...

#42 Posted by elpurplemonkey (153 posts) -

This is fantastic. Thanks for making this duder.

#43 Posted by MacEG (253 posts) -

This is pretty amazing.

#44 Posted by RTSlord (1198 posts) -

You sir, are amazing

#45 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1695 posts) -

Great work.

#46 Posted by Zrais (142 posts) -

Nice!

#47 Edited by Mushir (2389 posts) -

Thanks a lot everyone! I really truly appreciate all the kind words.

To @bucketdeth @geirr @chavtheworld and others who wanted a larger resolution one, I made a slightly altered one that is 24"x 36" which I think is the standard size for posters. You can scale it down to your liking if you wish to have a bit smaller version. The image is like 90mb though, just so you know. Just open the image in a new tab to see full-size version.

#48 Posted by MJLL (14 posts) -

Man I'm tearing up again =\

#49 Posted by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

Incredible job! I can see this sitting on the GB office wall. It would be a great idea to frame this and mail to the GB crew. I know I would be touched and honored.