We loved this first design the second we saw it. He showed us a few options at our request, but we ended up going with the first design he presented. Great work.
- peterson x
This is my second project with Rotciv. He is fantastic to work with. Will be using him again for future projects. Thank you!
- Mainstream Account
Excellent work, and great attention to detail.
first class in every which way-- professionalism, idea generation, creativity, consistency.
A pleasure to work with.
How sabine.doebel started their t-shirt journey
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the t-shirt?
The design will need to be compatible with a university logo and should have the words 'Child Development Labs' on it. In addition, we would like a simple child-friendly drawing. The preferred drawing would be of a cute animal (e.g., an owl, monkey, bear, elephant, other) but other ideas beyond animals will be considered. The shirt should be attractive for a young child (toddler, preschooler, early elementary). We will NOT choose drawings that are done in an overly cutesy (like anime or anything like that) or embellished style but will prefer drawings that are more traditional, simple (but not too minimalist) and, importantly, child friendly! See examples.
The logo is required and the words 'Child Development Labs'. There are specific requirements re: the spacing between the logo and the text and image, but this will be addressed after a draft is accepted. (We will need to have it reviewed to adhere to brand requirements.)
What to avoid
Stick with a single color palette, like the design examples. For the green shirt, we'll likely want the design in white, and for the yellow we'd likely go with green. AVOID overly cutesy, embellished, anime style drawings (huge glossy eyes, etc). Lots of examples of what we're looking for provided.