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Hi everyone! This is my new design! What do you think?Thanks in advance!
I would draw it more organic way, this looks like masked pattern too much.
that's kind of harsh, please stop trolling everyone
It took me a long time to get the joke, mostly because I'm not familiar with most of the symbols used within the ?. On closer inspection I realized they were guides for how clothes should be washed. Maybe work on making the symbols larger so they're more easily read?
like bzyglowi said, make the symbols larger.
And like kerb23 said maybe don't cut them off at the edges, so each symbol is entirely visible.
Also, try to add more randomness in the pattern.
hahahaha it's a nice one!
i think the pattern is nice and the idea is funny and cool.
maby the only thing is that you could make the slogan more catchy.
now you got IT in it twice.
something like "just wash the damn thing" or "just wash it"
could be stronger
Nice. Very Nice. Submit it.
Make the saying: Just wash it, damn it!
I think you just need to submit it, it's really nice already :)
The ribbon as a different color than the shirt might help... but other than that I think it's awesome.
I think it's really good as it is :) well done !
I don't get the joke, I've look at it a while and I still don't get it. If its a t-shirt, chances are, people aren't going to be staring at your chest all day and finally get the joke.
Its also a bit offensive.
Is there anything you don't find offensive?
I also think the symbols should be bigger, and the ribbon and text more visible. Maybe give it a more vintage look? And I would follow Lybrich's slogan suggestions.
But I like the idea, good job!