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Down with CAPITALISM
These lower case letters have had enough.
hehehehe I love it!
haha so cute :)
i thought your l was an uppercase I
a less ambiguous letter choice may help you
the thing is, the lower case L has always been picked on and labeled as an intruder. It's the story of his life.
would love to see this tied to when people TYPE IN FULL CAPS
WHEN ON THE INTERNET AS IF THEY WERE YELLING, BUT
NOT KNOWING THEY ARE COMING ACROSS THAT WAY
those are my initials
different color shirt then 5$
I love it.
Some other color choices would be nice, though.
but... why this drawing style? I hate it so much...
Nice concept, it's really cute.
i think the small letters are perfect! maybe a different colour tee? but very good design
id buy it $5
if they are against capitalism why is "CAPITALISM" capitalized.. if that makes any sense?
If you protest against something or someone, you usually have a picture of that person or thing. I thought that that would illustrate the concept beter.
love love love, hassbroek !
not really diggin the shirt color, but i would buy it anyway :)
I think you should add a v between r and l, and an n after the t. :) Or does rlt mean something?
This is awesome!
hehe funny. i did a similar design a long time ago with the exact opposite message. i like this.
Its clever and simplistic but I dont like the colour choice. Purple? Grey?
Yeah. I was looking at it on grey the other day. I think that will be the best colour to print it on.
Wow, i'm slow; trying to figure out the significance of r.l.t. in junction with money and capitalism, and then I read the designer's remark. eek! but cute!
define capitalism... i think threadless is a perfect, and wonderful, example of capitalism in action
I think the lowercase thing is cute.
After months of wondering what rlt stands for I am not any closer to figuring the letters out. If they don't stand for anything, I wouldn't wear it, because I know I'd have to explain that to everyone who looks at the shirt.