My T-Shirts are now available online. The Link below takes you to my shop.
I have finished four T-shirts designs so far, I have literally been sitting in front of my computer for two days. I do not have any talent in Photoshop what so ever so this has been a challenge. I am almost finished with four others so things are looking good, might be able to put all of them on www.spreadshirt.co.uk tomorrow.
I am in a Love/Hate relationship with my T-shirt project at the moment. I have no clue where my design is going but I am just trying to do a lot of research. I really want to focus on what people want, rather than just doing what I think is cool, of course I will try to do both.
I was looking through Drapers yesterday and found some really interesting T-shirt designs at the Bread&Butter, Berlin autumn 13 trade show.
Seriously, I am in love with these brands, the look, design, logo, name, everything is really good. I need to start thinking about my brand name. I think that is the most difficult thing about this project.
It is clear that black and white are favorite colours, not a surprise there. Favorite type is retro, and people want simplicity. These results really help, now I know where to start, and I can make my muse fit into all this. Here are some inspiration photos I made using BigHugeLabs.
I have this very exciting T-shirt project in Uni this term. Basically we are supposed to design and develop a brand with a logo and strapline and then design few creative prints for T-shirts. I am only on research stage right now and I have found so many amazing print designs that I love.
On this last one I specially like the location of the print. These T-shirts are available at asos.com.
These T-shirts are available at dogma.is. I used to work there for one summer. Most of them are funny pictures or comments. A lot of them also include Iceland somehow.
Nikita. I like these design prints, they are cute, funny and adorable. I also like how they include the brand name in the print.
Mundi Design, one of my favorite Icelandic designers. He uses all kind of amazing prints in his collections.
Last but not least Forynja, also Icelandic design. I absolutely love her prints. Creepy with strong colours. Love love love.