[Mark Lee has been responsible for many of the memorable graphics on the site, including another inspired movie poster for Michael Bay’s Ouija. We’re glad to welcome him as a regular contributor, rock prodigy, and raconteur. —Ed.]
Credit goes to Matt Belinkie for the concept, but from there, my strange powers of Photoshop and the Rhys men’s suave charm did the rest.
Reese: “Don’t worry, boys. I’ve got enough vowels for all of us.”
Funny poster, but I think there’s a grammar problem.
I don’t know of Rhyses is the plural or Rhys or not but either way you’d need an apostrophe. Rhyses’ or Rhyss’ or Rhys’s maybe, this is suprisingly hard.
Um, I believe the “Y” in “Rhys” counts as a vowel, Mr. Lee (or, perhaps, Ly). Why say “and sometimes Y” in the vowel song if you’re not going to give Y its moment in the sun?
labman: that’s the overthinking it spirit!
mlawski: or is it…mlywsky? how would you like that, huh? not very much, didn’t think so!
Ideally, you’d put the Y between the M and the L, as in “Mylawski.” ‘Cause it needs something, I’ll tell you that.