So there are some really awesome shirts available today! Sadly, I had a very long day and did not get the opportunity to review the designs, but I still wanted to at least share! Enjoy!
06/29/14 Top Pick; Going Home
Thank You EdWoody
Buy this Shirt! Going Home
06/29/14 Top Pick; Body Language
Thank Yon Jehsee
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06/29/14 Top Pick; It’s Simply Meant to Be
Thank You Tim Shumate
Buy This Shirt! It’s Simply Meant to Be
06/29/14 Top Pick; Bride of Frank
Thank You ccourts86
Buy This Shirt! Bride of Frank
06/29/14 Top Pick; The Bride Dollmaking
Thank You Medusa the Dollmaker (always a favorite!)
Buy This Shirt! The Bride Dollmaking
06/29/14 Top Pick; The Gillman
Thank You Beast Wreck
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04/19/14 Top 3 Pick; Mutant Creature
Happy anniversary Simpsons! It’s The Blinky from the Black Lagoon! Marge looks terrified as the Gill-Man styled Blinky carries her from Lake Springfield. Both Blinky as the monster and Marge as the damsel in distress, are nicely portrayed. In enjoy the distressed texture of the design on the dark green shirt. The simple water ripples around the monster’s legs along with the deep green, completes the design without a need for a background.
Thank You baznet
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04/19/14 Top 3 Pick; Who’s this?
No offense intended to the many gorgeous (and I do mean, MANY) Doctor Who designs out there, but it’s refreshing to see a well thought out mash-up that makes sense for both universes. Jack is pondering the Tardis door and the many places and times it may lead. One could just imagine what a hilarious time traveler Jack would make and the unique and gothic spin Burton would put on the concept. The bark texture on the tree is also transferred on to the Tardis, giving it an appearance of being painted on. I very much enjoy the orange background. Its simple use of positive and negative space is wonderful, and very descriptive without attracting too much attention.
Thank You Karen Hallion
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04/19/14 Top 3 Pick; Untold Story of the Daughters of Arendelle
Speaking of repeat designs… Frozen sure is popular these days! You’ll find no mash-up here, however. Just an overall gorgeous design that employs solid colors and forms. The artist wonderfully uses simple lines and forms on a medium blue background to illustrate these lovely figures. I especially enjoy the curves and bends of the shape of both figures’ hair. The figures’ facial expressions makes the viewer wonder what these two sisters are chatting about.
Thank You Karen Hallion
Buy This Shirt! Untold Story of the Daughters of Arendelle