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Valentines For Him and Her
Valentines Designs for Him and Her, or Her and Him, however you want to look at it.
Great work. I'm sure you're going to get some comments about gender stereotypes, but those are going to be from stereotypical idiots. 5.
sweet! ive been waiting for this to go up! definite 5 from me
I like the guys' version way more than the girls. :/
I've never been a pink/hearts kind of girly girl.
I like both too!
both are great slate!!
GREAT $5 for both
rpolich, I can appreciate your comment for sure! but, come valentines day, look around and tell me you don't see about a million hearts! Jus' representin' the holiday.
i stand by one of the comments on my p/n design, its not the subject matter or imagery, its about how its used and portrayed, this is deff. one of the better uses of these symbols.
that being said, i would buy the guys and maybe i can pay someone to be my girlfriend to wear the pink version 5$
your texture work is always inspiring. 5
I'm lovin' the textures you used on both! But yeah like others have said it is kinda stereotypical of gender types. . .
Now, is this stereotypical of gender types in that on valentines, generally a girl would want roses, and a guy would not? I guess I don't understand how this is misrepresenting anything...
haha, nice thought mattoid!
No, you're right you got the Valentine's feeling right on. I guess maybe it's more the idea of people wearing a shirt that revolves around a minor holiday and the stereotypes that particular holiday embodies is just my problem (since I personally don't know a whole lot of girls that would wear the girly tee).
But like I said I really love the textures, and the composition is really thought out. It's not bad at all design-wise by any means. . .
sorry. . . maybe I should have just not commented : 0 ?
haha, no olie!, you're fine. It was just a holiday design, and I'm not expecting it to score well anyway. I'm just gonna let go of it and see what happens. I knew that it would bring up some feelings, so that's cool.
i'd like both on 1 shirt
Really nice designs! 5$
Sweet design. I like the feeling this has. $5
I like mattoids idea. if it wins I'm getting both, cutting them up and sewing it on a hoodie, cuz it's cold in February.
since i don't have a valentine, i'll go for the skullz $5
Love the Her! Pretty!!
The love and death thing isn't a bad idea. But seriously, I want someone to go find statistics on this whole thing. How many men buy women girlie things on valentines day? I'm sure the percentage is pretty damn high. I don't think I'm doing anything sexist here.
I really like the guy's version but don't think the flow of the small skulls works like it does with the girl's hearts. Perhaps they'd work better if the skulls were facing different directions and not a straight on copy&paste. 4
i like both
i'd buy the heart one and the skull one
i like the front/back idea or maybe have one design glow in the dark to be revealed.
commenter 1- you're the idiot. it isn't idiotic to notice that this shirt is supporting what society says each gender should support. plus it's not that great.
Um...I like the guys version better. Why should I have to wear a pink shirt with a heart?
I'd be interested to see the girlie design in the blacks, and the guy design in the pinks. Just to mix up the "stereotypes" a bit. Still, lovely work.