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Save japan now!!
The reason of making this tee is to let people knows that japan has a biggest disaster. So, they may need a donation or any help. The text on the box on the left is "Save japan now".
Think this was meant to go into the Causes design contest?
I made it before the contest was announced, so that would have none of any sun rises. T T
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nice idea for a good cause..
too bad you live-traced that popular wave!
I didn't use live-trace :D it's from my wacom.
yes, I recognize that painting!
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This is pretty offensive to anyone that has experienced a tsunami. If you want to support Japan, don't show images of waves destroying things, collapsed buildings, people dying etc..
Also, it is made 10 times more offensive by using the famous and beautiful Hokusai wave.
I just want people to see what happen there, so it's a truth. it's a bit offensive but in order to make people take action of healing japan. this is the collaboration between art and advertising. Sincerely, my intention is to encourage people to help them. (I am the one who raised with JAP culture).
Nice Answer. I think so.
I think this image is inappropriate as a pro-Japan message, especially right now. :(
Although graphically the design is nice, this isn't really appropriate for the times. My suggestion would be to include a phrase or something that said "The money for this t-shirt went to help earthquake and sunami victims" or something. But people died. You wouldn't want to wear a t-shirt with pictures of the two towers in the middle of coming down or a nuclear bomb dropping on hiroshima. It's just insensitive.