Art and creativity inspired by Anatomy
January 4, 2013 § 2 Comments
Personal trainer and graphic designer David Staffell designed this t-shirt, it seems it was never put into production despite being on threadless. Shame, I think it’s ace!
Tagged: bone, Cut, spine, Threadless, Tshirt, Tummy
A lot of good art and clever design doesn’t make it on Threadless. After reading a tutorial by a skilled graphic designer about how to prepare a submission for the site – and reading in either the tutorial or comments that it took over a year and about 80 submissions compared with other t-shirt sites that did print severalthis artist’s work – I decided it wasn’t the art submission site for me. Shirt Woot and La Fraise were recommended.
Clever and disturbing!!
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