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and has been a part of the Threadless community for 11 years, 7 months!
has scored 6178 submissions, giving an average score of 0.79, helping 10 designs get printed.
So... Two years later (almost to the day) and I saw 3 AC/DC parody shirts on the way home from work...
AB/CD on a kid in a stroller.
BC/DC for some Conference in Washington D.C.
So I guess I'm sorry I designed this shirt; waaay too trendy. And I'm sorry I didn't think of it earlier.
posted 6 years, 7 months ago in Art Director / Creative Director
I love the shirt... but... All the elements are so played out!
I mean, the thing, like, I really love about Threadless is that the submissions are all really original - you never see drips or deer or rainbows; This shirt is just all sooper-trendy... it'll never fly with the voters.
I also don't get the meaning. If it's one thing that all Threadless tees have in common it's that they have a clear underlying meaning. I don't wanna wear a good looking shirt - I wanna wear something that advertises my deepest beliefs!
posted 6 years, 7 months ago in Midnight in the Forest of Rock and Roll Nightmares
Great illustration, and GREAT choice of colours!
posted 6 years, 11 months ago in Style Master
there are two types of Dunny/collectible figures you can buy: 1) ones desgined by various artists, usually in limited number. The artists get paid for their work and the manufacturer makes money selling them. 2) blank ones. the manufacturer makes money off sales and the customer is the artist and can paint it and sell it if he/she wants to... they can't however go into mass production!
Nowhere has ReadyMech given public permission to take the template THEY designed so that you can use it as you see fit.
Know your copyright law!
posted 6 years, 11 months ago in Making your Toy
posted 6 years, 12 months ago in New Friend