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This is my style.
U like it.
...and my 'U' I meant 'I.'
Beautiful. The glow reminds me of Van Gogh's Starry Night.
Has the very painted effect, I like that... but not the bird too
this is pretty interesting, i'd suggest getting more creative with the placement, center hits are getting so boring to me.
absolutely captures the theme, i think it's the best submission. Please print this shirt - i'd buy it! (and i don't say that often!)
keep up the good work
My first thought: http://www.threadless.com/product/323/Angler
I really like this one. The way the light is drawn is superb. 4$ I just feel like it needs a little something else
The art is fantastic, but this design reminds me way too much of e, which just got printed.
this looks like the light in Angler. but it's okay i guess.
Florence Nightingale was more involved with the British Red Cross and not so much the American branch.
Florence Nightengale is not the red corss; Clara Barton is. And, she is assocaited with the Crimean War
this does remind me of angler, but i think the design is beautiful, and would buy it immediately. however... i would rather this be a normal sub rather than a red cross one. it just doesn't tie in enough for me to like it as a red cross shirt. but ourside of that competition, i LOVE it.
I first thought Van Gogh actually, hehe. I also think the bird and light, while slightly different styles, they are similar enough to work well together. I've always been a fan of blending different styles in one design; it makes it more interesting.
I like it...but taking up more t-shirt...bigger!