Designer achieved the essence of what was sought. Designer worked to make small changes to achieve the final product.
Great work and great design!
- An Artsy ☮
This designer is going the extra Nike for you. Phantastic work ethic, very creative and always on time. I appreciate bis work.
I'm looking forward to having the pleasure of working with him again.
Easy to work with and made the changes needed quickly. Awesome work!
How lisellewalker started their t-shirt journey
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the t-shirt?
No, not really. But what I want is just a phrase - so I guess I am visualising words, put simply. That said, the final design could be just the phrase in stylised letters; or it could be incorporated into a kind of graphic / design in the background - I don't really mind. I just want it to be cool ;-) (I know that's very subjective - sorry). The people it's for, consider themselves to be quite into fashion, and like things that can be a little funky; unique pieces, with interesting detailing, for example. This doesn't have to be 'super-edgy' and weird, but just something with a cool vibe about it. Some brands I want to channel that spring to mind include G-star Raw, Converse, Burton, Superdry... The other thing to take into account is the origin of the phrase: For us, it pertains to a funny conversation that took place last Christmas, sitting around the dining table, after a few wines, and an interesting situation that was being retold (in a slightly slurred fashion). But when I was wondering how to spell it (because I don't want to pronounce the 'th'), I Google'd the phrase, and this definition appeared from Urban Dictionary: ""Something" only sexier. Almost invariably found in the phrase "...a little somethin' somethin'..." because a LOT of somethin' somethin' would be too much of a good thing." It may also be African American slang, alluding to something a little risque - which I wasn't aware of until now; but that lends an interesting consideration to the design aesthetic perhaps?
[NOTE: you can capitalise the first letter if you think it will look better, or leave it all lower case; you could have "..." after it or before it or both - I will leave that up to you]