The Vitrudderian Cow Leonardo da Vinci didn’t draw
At the end of the 15th century, Leonardo da Vinci drew a picture with anatomical notes known as the Vitruvian Man. It was really a study of human proportions and has, over the centuries, become extremely famous; you can take a look at in a museum in Venice if you ever get the chance. What Leonardo couldn’t have imagined is that just over five hundred years later, Kukuxumusu would replace the man with a cow and make its own version, a design from 2007 now set to be re-released because that is what you decided with your votes in the poll held to celebrate our 26th Annibestiary.
The cow earned 184 votes, easily outstripping other legendary T-shirts like Wolf Anagrama, Korrikotestis and Circus, all in the Musu&Kukuxu category, pictures about us, our name, pencils and logos.
As has become the norm, the T-shirt will be put on sale as a special limited edition. So don’t dilly-dally if you want one. Maybe one day it will be worth as much as the original Vitruvian Man and be displayed in a museum. Who knows.
When you have finished admiring the measurements of the Vitrudderian Cow, you can cast your vote in our next design category, “Sex“, all kinds of species getting up to all kinds of hanky-panky.