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and has been a part of the Threadless community for 6 years, 2 months!
has scored 181 submissions, giving an average score of 1.05, helping 1 design get printed.
this face is composed of a single line of poetry by a Persian Sufi poet Sanaee, which is written over and over in Farsi calligraphic style.
What need have I for the mind, status or gold, when I have you
What need for anything at all, if you are my world and reality.
posted 4 years, 2 months ago in zikr5
thank you for your comments!
This looks rather wild--jungle like ;-) but then the overall design reads rather contained/ boxed-in.
posted 4 years, 3 months ago in Sneakersaurus Forest
thank you for you comments!
this is too serious for my taste, however if I were to choose, I vote for the second version.
posted 4 years, 3 months ago in No more shoot duck
I think this too, could work in many ways. I see the overall concept (declaration of the heart)as being soft, however the juxtapostion of the (soft) script with the red splash is read as being harsh. What if you tried a visula solution the expressed the freedom and patience.
I think that the text alone could work as well. May be if it was to cover the entire shirt, both front and back. I also like the quality of the glowing text (against the red background).
posted 4 years, 3 months ago in Declaration of the Heart [stained in the blood that pumps through it]
this is nice! There are many things that are working. I like the line quality in the tree, the twist and turn of the tree, the owl and it's location, as well as the dry brush branches on the very top. It seems like you could really take this to so many places--or it could even be considered finished as it is. I personally, like to see more of the loose-ness and freedom that is expressed by/ in the tree, and therefor feel rather grounded/ heav by the well/brick structure at the base--eventhough I see its connection with the whole scene. you might like to look at some minature paintings/ drawings as well as some chinese and japanese brush paintings in reference to the tree and getting ideas for finishing the composition. I like the owl as it is.
posted 4 years, 3 months ago in Jordtræ