brizz wrote:no drama...but he said elsewhere that he did not know who did it.
and i don't mean to single you out though fable - it's reflective of the overall failure of this theme - it's terrible, and nearly every single design is so forced that they fail as t-shirts. I don't want to have to explain my shirt...and every single design in the top ten would require as much. even tgentry's - which is a wonderful illustration - just doesn't work as a shirt. Woot really dropped the ball here, and it's even more troubling if we allow that they did so on purpose to make a jab at a particular designer that has made them a LOT of money.
If these designs fail as t-shirts, then I would wager the majority of Woot's shirt designs fail as t-shirts.
Ah, everything seems to be "elsewhere" this week. This forum "community" is getting to be too much to follow of late. I can't see these being any more horrible than the usual batch of shirts. The top ten seem relevantly on-topic to me.
Know When to Fold - Poker is largely about knowing when to quit, or fold.
El Prospector - The prospector quit his search for gold right before finding it. Bad for him that he didn't persevere, but good for him that he could curb his appetite for wealth and quit before it consumed him.
Kthxbai!!!1 - PC joke about God quitting Earth as a program or window.
Quit Hoping - Love is dead, give up. Giving up is about quitting.
Voodon't - Eludes me a bit, except for the string doll saying "quit it".
Soviet Russia - Typical Soviet Russia entry, yet still on theme of quitting.
Quittles - Lawl... if quitting was a candy, this would be it.
Kick the Habit - About quitting smoking.
I Wish I Knew How - Parody on a popular quotation about wanting to quit someone.
I Just Don't Give - The beaver has quit trying to make the damn... I mean dam.
Pretty on topic.
As far as designs that scream "I belong on a shirt"... Know When to Fold, Quit Hoping, Voodon't, and Quittles all scream t-shirt to me. I could totally see those at Metro, Fuego, or Hot Topic.