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I really dig it, but the "X" looks like a swastica.Gotta watch stuff like that.
good call, mindkillaz
oh come one... really.
Yeah seriously, try again, mein fuhrer.
yo yo yo... cool!
Ya dude, I saw the swastica too. Very subtle but there all the same. The colors aren't working for me either.
Love the design, however, I'm seing the swastika too. Plus, the red, black, & white color scheme certainly enhances the Third Reich effect. Change the face, or it's off to the showers for you!
i think it's great. you idiots whining about the 'swastika' X need to reconsider your outlook on the world if that's the kind of thing you have a problem with.
Some people relate Swastikas to nazi germany of course..how can you not ignore it? But its just plain ignorance to blame an artist's concept for subtle nuances of the Third Reich, because for all of your information, swastikas didn't belong to just Nazis. The original swastika has been used in Thailand and several buddhist countries for a sign of good luck and prosperous lives. Don't flame on me because y'all think i'm promotiing your Nazi swastika...that's your fuggin perspective, not mine....although...this is pretty much a culture clash kind of thing so i'm just gonna leave it as that. I like the overall design though....
i believ the nazis took an old sybmol and swapped the direction of the "legs" didnt they?
besides the "swastika", the style is great, it has awesome powers, try fifty six in white or other and the kids will leave you alone ( you know it's all about the obvious associations).
i don't think the rip is toward you really but you have to think about your audience
if everyone sees a swastica there and relates it negatively then no one will want to wear the shirt.
awesome design otherwise. 4
Yeah, the x does look like a swastica. (swastika?) Not my style, babe.
seems like you people are just looking for reasons to complain.
"seems like you people are just looking for reasons to complain. "
i dont think the "slight" resemblance to a swastika matters really, its only there if you choose to see it. You cant blame a language for something the nazis took for their own use.