travisk02 wrote:I was unsure how to make the pregnant warning come across so I looked up a few signs and this was actually a cross between two of them, and the bar not going through the circle was off of one of those actual signs. If I was trying to portray birth then I'd have the kid popping out and not 'in the womb'.
Just goes to show what I originally said, there are plenty of warning signs out there, and most of them are common sense and look ridiculous.
After reading this, I googled until I found one sign with the fetus on top, and I personally think it looks just as bad. Pretty much every "No (fill in the blank)" sign has the line going through the entire image, not something on top of the line. I found "no pregnant women" signs with the baby located elsewhere so it's not on top of the line, and they look much better. I didn't think you were actually trying to mimic birth, but this just looks inappropriate to me.
And I agree with the others who have commented that if there was some sort of other tie-in to an amusement park in your design, it would make a huge difference. Without any context, it looks in remarkably poor taste.
But it's your design and you can take advice, or not, if you wish. However, if you get rejected again, I think this thread presents suggestions as to why. Woot usually reserves "no" comments for shirts that either blatantly violate a copyright or are just tasteless. The former doesn't apply so you probably got axed for the latter. I wish they'd give more details in these situations, especially if the artist asks, but this is what I've seen.