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aka Robert Pierce is a year old and has been a part of the Threadless community for 10 years, 9 months! RespectToBurn has scored 881 submissions, giving an average score of 1.03, helping 8 designs get printed.


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    posted 9 years, 7 months ago in Lovin' Life...

  • I keep checking threadless as I still have work on here. I have found another outlet for my spare time creativity though: Wear it with pride. This is a 1 inch badge submission site. At least with this site there are no shit submissions getting scored highly and winning silly money.

    Some of the t-shirts on here are laughable; badges on the other hand are original every time because there are no benchmarks and no everyday rubbish designs to compare to.

    RESPECT TO BURN to ctt, he knows what I'm talkin about, commercial rubbish that gets jammed down the throats of us 'true' creatives. threadless has sold out to money over matter! commercialism sucks, underground rocks!

    Peace out to all who keep the dream alive... The Respect Will Burn On...

    posted 9 years, 7 months ago in All the stars were out...

  • SHIT

    posted 9 years, 7 months ago in THREADLESS

  • Do they have 'disposable fashion' shops like Topman, Burton, H+M, and Next in America?

    Obviousley not if people think tees like this are so cool!

    I see tees like this everyday. This is the sort of t-shirt that made me experiment making and selling my own t-shirts and submitting to threadless, because I was sick of seeing them. I thought threadless was a good idea until I saw this diabolical display!

    posted 9 years, 7 months ago in THREADLESS

  • I've zoomed in, I've seen the detail, I understand the shirt, I'm not impressed one bit!

    I don't know whos worse, KIDZ for designing it with threadless written on it, or threadless for picking it for shameless self promotion!

    I think threadless have lost it with that one, it looks like something you would buy from a cheapy crap shop for a fiver!

    Sorry but that's terrible, is there any way you can withdraw my submissions from this site?

    As from now I will continue with my own label, threadless have finally been taken over by commercialism. I come on here because you get a lot of stuff that you wouldn't be able to get in shops full of over commercialised tack. It seems that threadless is heading that way now.

    I could go to my local town or city and see a thousand t-shirts exactly like that one and pay nothing more than £5.

    Absolutely diabolical! And the worst thing is, all the prizes he's got for it!

    Whats the point of creativity on threadless if shirts are going to be picked that are so generic and ubiquitous?

    Fuck threadless, they aren't getting anything from me in the way of design work, and now I won't be purchasing my winter wardrobe from them. I had so many t-shirts lined up but no way now! I'm sure there are many people out there who feel the same!

    posted 9 years, 7 months ago in THREADLESS