Submitted July 08th, 2008
left vote as promised. Dont forget to vote for mine lol.
While I don’t totally agree with rfred (part of art is about commenting on life and the human experience and the contents of your mind, and so politics can certainly and should certainly be allowed in design) it is nevertheless true that while DBH may support Obama, and while I may be all for as many people as possible doing so, this is not the sort of politics that a mainstream t-shirt site should be marketing. It’s one thing to make a shirt with a statement (possibly the kid in the sunflower field with the gasmask was created on this level) but it’s another to put out a design which basically advertises a current candidate, no matter what his politics. I think that, for a site that may well be the most respected shirt brand on the internet after Threadless (and to some, even surpassing it), specific commentary of this sort will probably be something shied away from for the sake of shirts with a longer shelf life and more specific appeal
like hyperhyphen feeling the technique a lot! color is nice too! voted
this not a place for political t-shirts
yeah dude a little too much for me, but great idea nonetheless
tehniknya bagus juga nih, vote ah…
very interesting technique, Maybe avoid cutting it at the sleeves like that, but I really like how it looks, voted
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