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Submitted January 11th, 2011

giving_up

by otasorednad

18 Voting Over

7 Comments

Intrepid Intrepid Artist from

Another great work from you! My only two suggestions:
-Get rid of that circle and expand the artwork over the whole shirt. Its great artwork, I don’t know why you would limit yourself to the little circle when you can use the whole tee as your canvas.
-That 1986. That number isn’t significant to me or the brand of the clothing, and as far as I can tell, the artwork isn’t depicting a 1986 event. So why is it there?

Buzatron Buzatron Artist from United States

maybe it’s supposed to read “1896”. reguardless, a silly number wont scare me away from voting for this one ;)

eembach eembach Human from TX, United States

I agree that this can be expanded. I am not getting how the name and design fit together… Unless it means giving up on the building and that’s why it is abandoned and run down. The color choice is good imo. Your composition is good, I think you just need to make the concept more clear.

otasorednad otasorednad Artist from

thanks for the comments guys – i appreciate you actually taking the time to look over it!

fireofheaven fireofheaven Artist from

agree with ditching the numbers, but i really like the style and color palette used on this. very rad.

donfens donfens Human from Virginia, United States

I like it just as it is. Not everything has to mean something. The number is a piece of abstract and it fits quite well to be honest.

slashhearts slashhearts Human from

I for one like the way it looks. I think the circles look neat, both in the sense of organization and cool factor. The number I think is mysterious and adds appeal to the shirt. Everyone interprets everything in their own way, so it gives you something to think about. Wearable art.

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