What If Angry Wolf Join the Angry Birds?


“Angry wolf”
“Little pig, little pig, let me come in.”
“No, no, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin I will not let you in.”
“Then I’ll huff, and I’ll puff, and I’ll blow your house down.”

In 1886, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps tells us that Big Bad Wolf unable to destroy the third pig’s house that made of bricks. It would seem the three little pigs are safe for the last two centuries, until the wolf gets his paws on a bunch of exploding super-angry birds. Well, I think only Scro can thing about it, through a tee shirt he designed for LaFraise.




3 comments on “What If Angry Wolf Join the Angry Birds?”

  1. Hi Rangga. 
    I’m curious about the copyright issues with this design. In your opinion does this count as a parody? Or are the designers just taking a risk?

    1. Rangga says:

      Hi Michael, 
      I see it more as parody. On the other hand, lafraise doesn’t mention “Angry Birds” on this product page and doesn’t fully show that it’s from the character of Angry Birds. But I think that’s debatable :P

      Take a look at the attached image below, a tee shirt by Glennz. Another parody with “risk” 

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