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  • Zen and the Art of Mystery Challenge

    https://ten-five-seven.org/archives/30

    Eddie Mize is doing some great art for this year's Mystery Challenge.




    Thanks Eddie, it looks amazing! Stickers will be available for this year's challenge in the vendor area!

    More to come...

    1o57

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    Re: Zen and the Art of Mystery Challenge

    Eddie is doing some other great art for the Mystery Challenge as well! More to come...

    BTW, he goes by "Y3ti"-

    LosT

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    • #3
      Re: Zen and the Art of Mystery Challenge

      Yes, he's the man!

      Er, the sasquach!

      1057


      Originally posted by LosT View Post
      Eddie is doing some other great art for the Mystery Challenge as well! More to come...

      BTW, he goes by "Y3ti"-

      LosT
      FWIW he's also the drummer for the goon band and has made a shitload of his art available to me for the multimedia stuff we are doing.

      Eddie is teh win.
      LosT
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      Last edited by LosT; June 10, 2009, 17:22.
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        Re: Zen and the Art of Mystery Challenge

        Stupid forum rules. Now would be a great time to set up a Y3ti account here and fill it with my own puzzles and gibberish to confound the teams. I have some really good ideas, too, but I suppose I would have to worry about the vicious beatings that would follow.

        But, yes, his work is pretty awesome. I am looking to buy some prints soon (especially now that I know he is a member of the Defcon community), but I have to find something that won't make my partner's skin crawl too much.

        PS: It seems he also goes by "y3t1" and "yeti" on occasion. Perhaps it's a split personality thing ... you know artists.

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          Re: Zen and the Art of Mystery Challenge

          Originally posted by Voltage Spike View Post

          PS: It seems he also goes by "y3t1" and "yeti" on occasion. Perhaps it's a split personality thing ... you know artists.
          Yeah, I wouldn't know anything about that.

          LosT
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          Last edited by Chris; June 10, 2009, 18:29.

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            Re: Zen and the Art of Mystery Challenge

            Originally posted by Voltage Spike View Post
            ... you know artists.
            Says the person with a Magritte joke under his name. ;)

            So is every team that wants to register on the 10-5-7 list? If so - Lame.
            Last edited by Ellen; June 11, 2009, 00:27.
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