theTremulant wrote:That's a very good point. The more subtle the better usually. Do think the rejectionator would let it pass without the clarification of the top line?
The Stapler does say "Stapler" on it, and I do not think your tag line needs to state the product. Think about their banana/nike example.. the Nike slogan is simply the Nike check and says "Just Do It", they never really put the word "Nike".
I do not know what the submission rules are but if you could submit both of them without penalty I would say go for it and see which gets more votes. The only rule I see that may leave anything to question is "It must promote the product itself." But, again, I would reference Nike since a slogan doesn't have to mention the product.
Simply put, with the picture and slogan it would read as follows:
"(Stapler) I Believe You Have It."
My only other gripe is the color of the shirt. I think it would look better on a darker color but that's because I personally do not like lighter greys or whites lol. I enjoy darker colors and even more asphalt like greys (Kind of like "No One Left To Play With" and "My Name is Tim" in the wreckoning.) No idea how others feel but this is all solely my opinion.
Regardless of your final choice, You'll have my vote