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is a 32.66 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 8 years, 7 months!
has scored 2362 submissions, giving an average score of 1.81, helping 25 designs get printed.
my bad. found an earlier post...oh, well.
posted 8 years, 5 months ago in Threadless in NY Times
I've seen dozens of threadless shirts...I live in brooklyn, so I guess Kings County truly represents threadless.
posted 8 years, 5 months ago in Threadless Sightings!
Alec Grieco-- don't be such a dick. Nate obviously didn't know--and it's interesting you've named yourself the originality police with such a paltry showing of creativity.
Way to keep this a positive forum--very mature. I guess you're what, like 14?
posted 8 years, 5 months ago in State of politics 2005
SPOOKYMOO: the shirt is cool. concept is cool. I agree with little hobbit feet's excellent comment...make it clinical and medical-illustrator like. and guys...please keep the comments constructive and related to design. You wanna platform go somewhere else.
TRASHCAN: I don't think you should so self-righteously speak of "the starving millions" (I would venture you have no educated perspective regarding any such millions outside your comfortable neighborhood) when most of the so -called starving world is 1) either under a cattle/farm complex in many societies or 2)directly supported by some form of animal husbandry.
As a NGO worker and former peace corps volunteer I find your venue and comments insulting and ignorant. Economically speaking...organizations like heifer international are doing more for people worldwide by providing them a way of life with the aid of animals than vegans overspending at wholefoods and talking so self-servingly of "third world plights" while picking fights over expensive laptops via a t-shirt contest.
Just because you live in a westernized nation which does "incarcerate animals" don't drag suffering corners of the world into your misinformed debate over a goddamn t-shirt.
posted 8 years, 5 months ago in mmm....
I love the design...and the color is not a matter of it being too feminine. I just think it would look better on a different color. All the pink is distracting from the design. Great graphic, i love it.
posted 8 years, 6 months ago in Angel