Back in the 80s, movie review duo Siskel & Ebert became legends for introducing a revolutionary technique for simplified cultural critique. Gone was the bewildering “four star” system. Instead, every movie came in one of two flavors: “Thumbs Up” or “Thumbs Down.” Like everything awesome, “Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down” has gone digital lately, making us all mini-Eberts — casting judgment on all that passes before us from the comfort of our desks.
Itï¿½s a revolutionary device with two major flaws: In this brave new world, we can only “like” things and we can only do so digitally.
Well, weï¿½ve solved both those problems with our latest product, the Like & Dislike Stamps! Preloaded with enough ink for 5,000 assertions, the stamps give you the ability to emphatically thwack your opinion on tangible objects … in the real world. Second season ofï¿½LOSTï¿½on DVD? Dislike! Sarah Palin on the cover ofï¿½US Magazine? Dislike! Cease and desist letters? Dislike!ï¿½ Parking tickets? Dislike! Pictures of kittens? Dislike! Honestly, weï¿½re critical of most things so donï¿½t pay attention to us.ï¿½
- Self-inking stamps good for up to 5,000 assertions
- Cardboard packaging measures 6.5″ (H) x 7.5″ (W) x 1.3″ (D)
- Each stamp is approximately 3″ (H) x 2.5″ (W) x 1.5″ (D)
- The Like & Dislike Stamps come as a set
- In collaboration with Nation Studio UK