Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Gucci Dylan Belt Buckle Product Development Surprise. Dr Zaius.

I've got some pretty exciting news for you guys today! I've obtained the exclusive rights from Gucci of the Product Development art briefing of a Bob Dylan belt buckle! It's like a piece of rock history! Well...belt buckle history but still.

And I'm going to share it with YOU! Here it is:

Mike, thanks again for the great work on the Toto belt buckle. I think it's going to be a big seller. I've got another project for you. I want you to design a Bob Dylan belt buckle. I'm sure you know what he looks like but as a refresher, he looks a bit like a baby tapir:


With a touch of Dr Zaius from the Planet of Apes:


And the hair? Make it a bit Mike Bradyish so it really stands out once it's comes out of the mold.



Oh. And put a random jail cell door in there for no reason whatsoever.

And here is the result:



WTF?????????

13 comments:

Dr Zibbs said...

Seriously. What the hell is this?? Look at it! I mean come ON now!

sybil law said...

Hahahahah!
Best. Review. Ever.

Dr Zibbs said...

Thanks Sybil. And I can't find your new private blog url. Email me. I lost it.

Furtheron said...

Looks more like Tony Iommi!! I wouldn't give you a £1 for that!

TrinaLikesWine said...

HAHAHAHAHA....I'd so wear that bad bitch!

Dr Zibbs said...

Furtheron I need to google that name.

Trina -I badass bitch!

Dr Zibbs said...

Furtheron I need to google that name.

Trina -I badass bitch!

TC said...

belt=ugly but the baby tapir is cute!

Dr Zibbs said...

Tc - yeah. The baby tapir will get ya everytime.

Cora said...

He looks shifty and ashamed. I'm not letting him anywhere near my pants.

Dr Zibbs said...

Cora - Oh yes you are!

diane said...

The belt buckle was manufactured in England for Gucci, ohhh those English people, what a funny sense of humor they have. So....it's an American folk music belt buckle manufactured in England for an Italian fashion house, marketed to the American public. Hells yes!
*love your review.

Dr Zibbs said...

Diane - well put.