if it isnt obvious to you by now we generally aren't a fan of that style
I kinda like the first one but the second one...
it's like they only hire douchebags.
what the fuck
and I'm just trying to figure stuff out. Planning on making a clothing brand during the summer with a couple of friends so we want to go the right way to, at least, get this thread's approval
So just the design part for now.
Do people wear v-necks with graphics? I never really liked to some stuff like that on v-necks, but what do you guys think?
the ones I got were somewhat like this
i don't care about being a walking billboard, but i have two that are no more complex than that
unfortunately all the other graphic v-necks they have on their site are much worse, and I really CBA to take a picture of the ones I have
and saying "we" makes it seem like those who disagree are outsiders
Are these shirts any good
if don't find graphic tees objectionable and like the band... wear em dude.
That first one feels way too framed.
Like it doesn't fit the shirt.
Pop culture references in themselves are kind of obnoxious to me
thats a pretty broad thing to say. you could classify almost anything as a pop culture reference
having a pop culture reference on a shirt just makes you look like you're obsessed with whatever that reference is, in my eyes, even if you're not - i don't care
like that breaking bad(?) one? i'll just assume you think breaking bad is the best thing to ever have been on tv ever if you were excited enough to buy (make, in this case?) a t-shirt of it
i mean i do wear some shirts of things i think are the best things ever (evil dead) but most of my shirts are just things i like. if you assume that wearing a shirt of something = their favourite thing ever, especially if you know that person and they wear different shirts of different things, ur the one thats a bit strange and frankly very illogical
I have a shirt from ireland
does that mean I'm obsessed with ireland
in this instance i was talking about seeing people and i don't know them at all
"of course you're going to judge someone by their clothing. what else do you have to go off?"
- rusty100, 2011 (or 2012 i can't remember)*
Check and mate
im just saying that while yes u judge people based on the way they dress its an incredible leap in logic to assume that wearing a shirt of something = their favourite thing. isnt the natural assumption and judgement that they are a fan of said thing? to have some kinda weird assumption its their most favouritest!! thing is just strange on your part
stop trying to wicked burn me with posts that in no way contradict eachother
I want a shirt that says
Save Ferris on it
I seen this one but
It's got Cameron on it.
and don't get me wrong I love Cameron but I don't understand why they put him on and not... you know.. Ferris.
when i see someone with a lets say indiana jones t-shirt i assume they're into film in general. it's not like the person is strolling around in a fedora, safari shirt, satchel and whip.
and if someone's wearing a pop-culture tee I don't get, I just think that it's a cool t-shirt (proven it's well designed obviously).
for example i really really liked drive when i saw it the other week but i wouldn't bother buying a shirt with a reference to it (or the jacket hahah) because in another week i'll be bored of liking it and will have moved on to enjoying something else
getting mad excited about a piece of media or whatever and buying its merchandise reminds me of being 15
same thing with band t-shirts and the like
yeh i'm an old depressing git
just my personal experience bro
maybe if anything i'm the childish one because i don't care about much for a long period of time??? so a pop culture shirt would be a poor investment for me