Mr. Morris's Garden

Design by lofty softy

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lofty softy
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An homage to 19th century handicraft designer, William Morris. Check my blog for a detail. Thanks a lot!

yeohgh

beautiful!!

yeohgh
  • many manyy 5 as well haha
jimmytan

yes.. awesome tee.. i like it

enjoyit

wow, i love the color.

castle

nice!

Willish

I think it would look better on a darker green.
I think the suggestion of a shoulder design is also not a bad idea.

lofty softy
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thanks everyone. i like the center placement idea so i whipped up a new template that can be seen here.

chocofungi

i like it a lot but i would prefer all the leaves to be coloured, not just some

lemonalle

quite lovely

ekaj47

nice

DrVSP

One of the best parts of Morris's work is his color choice. These seem very odd to me. I'd rather have the original.

sandmanda

love this design. very pretty.


$$$5

rainyseattle

I like the center placement a lot more! It's beautiful!

lofty softy
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thanks for all of the suggestions and support, folks!

aled

This is cool. I like a bit of culture. I think you meant to say Art and Craft designer, rather than handicraft - but that is of no real importance. I love the way you have the design coming to life.

lofty softy
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yeah, i was conflicted about whether to phrase it as "arts and crafts" or "handicraft" because i know the movement is generally called the "arts and crafts movement" but in his essay, "The Revival of Handicraft," he keeps on referring to the work and people as handicraft and handicraftsmen and all that blah blah blah so i figured i'd take it right from him. but like you said, the phrasing means nothing once it comes to the shirt.

mumble-mumble

Wowza I really like this one, I also agree that it should be bigger in size though!

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