hoping it helps

Design by d3d

hoping it helps by d3d on Threadless
3.43 Avg Score
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2399 Votes
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167 Comments

Ste7en
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so far my top pick

trishxtrash

Wow I think that is so amazing! I really wanna buy this!
$5

adam antium
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great!...it's finally up!

jpiatt
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By far and above the best Red Cross submission so far. And...the second best is yours too d3d. Good work on not being so damn obvious.
Even if this wasn't for the Red Cross contest, it would probably get printed. The design totally stands on it's own. This is just awesome.
I'd buy it.
$5

larchie

$$$555 This is my very very favorite of all the Red Cross subs that have ever been submitted in the history of the world. I thought you should know that.

redsugar

I didn't like it until I noticed the sandwich. Very nice.

pollypry

lovely, 5

Heffer

Great. $5

eskimokiss
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this is going to be the one to beat.
great job leon.

E190

This is great, love the colours. Finally a red cross sub without any hearts. $5

Ellsswhere
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d3d your designs are always sooo involved, i think your talent would almost be better appreciated as illustrations because your ideas are very fresh...

chichichi

haha the red cross DOES have a homelessness response program..(although it may have been cut at many chapters)

but yeah. awesome.

Ava Adore

oh my, just wow,, awesome
cha-ching!!

DrawingEvils
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I love it very much. 5

Caracolita

The bottle inside the homeless mans box looks like a wine bottle to me, I think it would be nicer if that was excluded and a watter bottle was next to the sandwhich

andyg
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Not something I would wear, but excellent idea and execution! Great job.

mrwalrusface
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great concept, but wouldnt rock it

I_heart_ducks

Absolutely charming. I'd never wear it (too cute), but this definitely deserves to be printed.

mini dukes III

As much as I love this and think it works excellently, I'm not sure whether or not I'd wear it. But I just might.

.onion
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i can't see it on a shirt, but this is a great illustration of a GREAT idea :]

hm... i agree with umbrella jane. but that doesn't matter, cause it looks like everybody else likes this >.>;

d3d
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there IS no relationship between them. he's a homeless stranger and she's a little girl. such is the nature of charity. you do good deeds for people you don't know. think harder next time.

maddingo

another fine illustration d3d..

mikemills
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There's nothing to fault or misunderstand about this - perfect.

helladelightful

I really really really adore this, d3d,

5$ forever and ever and ever.

Verdana

Believe it or not, little girls can and do come in contact with the homeless. I'm sorry if you don't like that fact--or the fact that there are people who sleep in cardboard boxes--but it is true.

This is a sweet image of a little girl trying to make things better for someone in the only way she knows how. She isn't writing "get a job, low-life," and she isn't drawing obscene things around his possessions. She's trying to cheer him up. And she's using pink sidewalk chalk, for goodness sake--it isn't as though she's vandalising anything.

It's not cruel. Naïve, perhaps, but not cruel, not mocking, not pointless, not encouraging child neglect.

amigovirgen

probably he will rape her and her mother too
...
any way this is the best red cross sub so far...

really!

GallyAl

LOVE this design mate..$5 all the way.

DaddyDom

I'd like this if the sandwich didn't have mayo on it and didn't use dolphin un-safe tuna. Oh, and if the homeless guy wasn't obviousely gay, and if the girl weren't a cross-dresser. HAHAHAHAHAHA, people are so f-ing stupid. This is rad, leon. It's only the...fourth I think, thing that I've 5$'d.
If you can bring one moment of joy to a person, you've done a great work of charity. Fuck the negative comments on here, Leon, they obviousely don't have a clue.

DaddyDom

I obviously don't know how to spell obviously. dammit.

PorgyNBess

I love this. I don't see him waking up being mat at all... I see him waking up and being completely touched by the innocent sweetness of that little girl.

To me, it really shows how most children think... They're not able to see a big picture yet, they just see little ways to make things look beautiful... She can't buy this man a house... or even build him one... but she can use what she has to try and make what he does have a little more pleasant... even if that is just her imagination, heart, and a little piece of pink chalk... and a sammich that her mother probably made for her.

Innocent, pure, and genuine. I absolutely love it!

PorgyNBess

P.S. Even if this shirt doesn't scream "Red Cross" ... I don't think that matters at all.

This shirt represents how anyone and everyone can help people less fortunate than themselves just by giving what they do have. That's what the Red Cross asks of us... to give what we can... and that's just what this little girl did.

staffell
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If this doesn't place at least in the top three I'm personally going to hunt down each and every person that left a negative comment, cook them up and feed them to nearest community of bums I can find.

5$ of course. Amazing artwork and the message is great.

PS, I think the bum needs a few flies.

jonhillier
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superb

DaddyDom

Yes, I find peoples stupidity depressing as well.

deadspeaker

I love this-- best of the Red Cross designs I've seen so far. Subtle and well executed.

shirtflirt

so good
so so good man
simple, electric, with a heart
can't say that about most of the subs

Sir_Minimus

i think this is kind of mean or rude too. if i was homeless i would be pissed if someone did this to my box.

lsmc88

this is the best thing i've ever seen! Way better than my crap $5!!!!

tracerbullet
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^ I love it but I sort of agree. Maybe if you showed the girl leaving the sandwich for him it might get the message off a bit better?

She Says So

another fantastic entry d3d! $5

BrandonB11

really cool idea 4 but i dont think id buy it

radiopenguins

awesome concept...

don't like the brown or the fragile on the box.

$5

juliagoolia

I love the concept and the execution of this. I never even thought of it in a negative light until I read some of the posts. And although I can see their point, I still read it as an incredibly positive and sweet message. Great job.

However, my eyes keep going back to the girl's feet. I think they may be too big or too bent or something. I'm not sure. That's my only suggestion.

direnerd

Super-classy, and actually touching. Good job, yo. If I were with the Red Cross, I'd be so pleased I sponsored threadless for this. Heck, way to take it a step further and really make it pop like a T-shirt design should.

ChickenFriedSteak

a very nice design that is surprising and gentle and doesn't take itself too seriously - my first 5

SissyNat

I'd hit this.

$5, and may you prosper. :P

geishaberry

Very very very nice shirt, but it really comes off as mean, rather than kind, I think. If this doesn't win the red cross contest, submit it again as a regular shirt!

grayehound
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I dunno why I never got around to commenting, except by the time I wanted to this'd already gotten a hundred and more than enough people said what I thought. Awesome illustration, very clever idea. It's true the message is maybe a hair off, but it still hits in the broader spirit of the Red Cross' mission.

plastikaa
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winner in my opinion 5.

Jennyfurrr03

I love this!! Too bad I wasn't around to score it.

cintrao
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ladykat
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threadless, please print this!

mfunk9786

i really want this shirt. the pink is so striking. it is amazing.

print print print

Jebs
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how is it possible that this design is not printed yet? it's simply one of the most emotional designs i've ever seen at Threadless (excuse my english if it's not spelled correctly). I thought i've already written something about it sooner, but anyway, it's beautiful, beautiful and beautiful!!!

Recycledwax
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one year later... can i still ask for this to be printed? gosh, it one of my favorite !!

cartooner
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i CAN NOT believe this hasnt been printed lol.... a 3.43 is a fricken AMAZING score

rekreation
  • Simply perfect!
d3d
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it got printed somewhere. i don't remember where though.

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