charlottesumxs


quality posts: 2 Private Messages charlottesumxs
Re: Treecycle



If this gets printed it will be my first ever yellow shirt. I love it!

charlottesumxs


quality posts: 2 Private Messages charlottesumxs
Re: Recursive Recycle



Very nice!

tigerfish313


quality posts: 9 Private Messages tigerfish313
Re: Re-Circle Of Life



My initial response before I even read any comments was "shouldn't it be an antelope?" I like it, and I would definitely wear it, but I'd prefer an antelope to make the reference clear to everyone who knows it

nellb123


quality posts: 0 Private Messages nellb123
Re: Happy Recycler



And how about a green t-shirt instead of blue. ?

nell-on-wheels

rasabi


quality posts: 26 Private Messages rasabi
Re: His favorite "R" is Reduce.



6 colors on slate.

neuropsychosocial


quality posts: 171 Private Messages neuropsychosocial
Re: His favorite "R" is Reduce.

Woah, rasabi! I'm at a loss for words; this is just amazing. It's a design that I'd love to see up close, in person, and admire all the details in each scene. Beautiful job!

RIP A.A. Blanks (Obituary)

harantula


quality posts: 3 Private Messages harantula
Re: Funny Recycling



SO CUTE!! good work!!






fuacka


quality posts: 2 Private Messages fuacka

mrharmon


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mrharmon
Re: All In



That's the best.

inu14


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blhilger wrote:This is such a cute idea! Love it!



Thank you! It was hard thinking of the best way of putting the idea onto media.

Averages 10 votes per round ;)

fishbiscuit5


quality posts: 39 Private Messages fishbiscuit5
Re: Reduce, Reuse, Reargyle


I'm pretty sure reargyle is a real word and I didn't just make that up.










kharmazero


quality posts: 5 Private Messages kharmazero
Re: re - cyclist


I'm late i came on my bycicle.3 colors on lemon

mgdiem


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mgdiem
Re: Elevate


LOVE this one! Perfect to wear to school on Earth Day (or any day!)

kharmazero


quality posts: 5 Private Messages kharmazero
Re: His favorite "R" is Reduce.


it's aRchi cool!

kharmazero


quality posts: 5 Private Messages kharmazero
Re: Endless Bounty


it is beautiful

kharmazero


quality posts: 5 Private Messages kharmazero
Re: Sustaining Animalia


classy design

tjost


quality posts: 25 Private Messages tjost
Re: The Blue Bin



The sad reality that even in this day and age with so many easy ways to recycle, people still don't get it.

darel


quality posts: 1 Private Messages darel

Thanks blhilger!

fuacka


quality posts: 2 Private Messages fuacka
Re: The Blue Bin



Awwwww... That's so cute!

linksdeity


quality posts: 22 Private Messages linksdeity
Re: Green


Wow, big bright chunky colors, faux scientific graphics, and a bunch of pointless swirly thingies.
It's definitely a Ramyb.
It's definitely more of the same.
And I'll definitely pass...




kinzoku


quality posts: 17 Private Messages kinzoku
Re: His favorite "R" is Reduce.



Needs more votes! This is great!

andraszao


quality posts: 0 Private Messages andraszao

Welp. I get it. Antelope or no antelope. +1

deborah11565


quality posts: 0 Private Messages deborah11565
Re: Reduce, Reuse, Reargyle


This is a great design ! It would very cool under an open coat or cardigan also !

orabbit


quality posts: 31 Private Messages orabbit
Re: re - cyclist



Love it! And a really uncluttered style for you.

ccogan815


quality posts: 0 Private Messages ccogan815

Great design! Love the color too.

cherrybear


quality posts: 1 Private Messages cherrybear
Re: Recycled Robot



Oh Em Gee WANT!

oakenspirit


quality posts: 93 Private Messages oakenspirit
charlottesumxs wrote:If this gets printed it will be my first ever yellow shirt. I love it!



Thanks! If this gets printed it would be my first print! So thats winwin for both of us...

In truth, I made this with my daughter in mind. I wish woot printed on toddler sizes or onesies.


orabbit


quality posts: 31 Private Messages orabbit
Re: Reduce, Reuse, Reargyle



Love your color choices! I'm really into the monochrome thing. And rear-gyle is a word, but it doesn't mean what you think it does (hint: I wouldn't use it in church).

L3g3ndQ


quality posts: 2 Private Messages L3g3ndQ
Re: Recycle Mandala



o wow!! this is actually really really cool!!! i hope you place because i want this design!!

fuacka


quality posts: 2 Private Messages fuacka
harantula wrote:SO CUTE!! good work!!



Thanks Harantula!

oakenspirit


quality posts: 93 Private Messages oakenspirit
Re: Recyclezilla!



Ahh... the new green version of King Ghidorah!


fishbiscuit5


quality posts: 39 Private Messages fishbiscuit5
orabbit wrote:Love your color choices! I'm really into the monochrome thing. And rear-gyle is a word, but it doesn't mean what you think it does (hint: I wouldn't use it in church).



Re-argyle! You must put the correct emphasis on the correct syllable. lol. Glad people are enjoying this one.










jewelwing


quality posts: 13 Private Messages jewelwing
Re: Reduce, Reuse, Revolt!



The recycling revolution

BootsBoots


quality posts: 38 Private Messages BootsBoots
Re: Gone Green



I is green now, yo.


harantula


quality posts: 3 Private Messages harantula
oakenspirit wrote:It's cool Uranium, I hear you are pretty coveted in some parts...



Thank you!!.
What do you mean by saying I am coveted? :P or you talk about the uranium??






purplefeather


quality posts: 8 Private Messages purplefeather
Re: He's a Hipster



I like how the recycle arrows imply a goatee. Clever.

This has my vote.

bluetuba


quality posts: 58 Private Messages bluetuba
oakenspirit wrote:If you want... to repurpose my sweater... pull the string as I walk away- AS I WALK AWAY!!!



Watch me unravel, I'LL SOON BE NAKED! Lying on the floor! Lying on the floor, I've come undooooooone!

*jams*

"You can't just dress a Minion like Spock, and add a caption that says "Logical Me". There's a prison for people like that. Below my house."

KieraCu


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neuropsychosocial wrote:No, it's on the left side of the shirt. Right side from the perspective of the viewer, left side from the perspective of the shirt.

I asked Narfcake this a while back, and he said he couldn't recall a shirt with a design element solely on the right side of the shirt. As I flip through old shirts, I observe that off-center designs are much more likely to be placed solely on the left side of the shirt, or (I'm not quite sure how to explain this) have their major design element on the left side and curve towards the right. I've never studied graphic design, although I've spent quite a few years studying how the brain processes visual images (well, mostly what happens when that process is interrupted), and I was curious about how visual art conceptualizes sidedness (or side dominance). As anyone who has googled Ramy knows, he's done some vision research, and I thought that he might have an interesting perspective on the tendency of graphic design to prefer right-sidedness-from-the-perspective-of-the-viewer because of the confluence of his academic background and artistic work.


Maybe in a predominantly right-handed society, ornamentation goes to the left to not interfere with important right hand activity? (tools & weapons & work) Even though it's a picture on a shirt & we don't all carry tools or weapons most of the time, the tradition or expectation persists, "it just looks right" on the left side.

FWIW, I'm left handed & this conversation made me realize how often I've admired those left side only designs but I never buy them

redsatchmo


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Hey, I'm glad you like it! Yah that's one of the things I struggled with in coming up with the derby image, because when you look at it at more of a full size it stands out a little better. Maybe it would look better in a different color scheme?

autsey


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A late entry, but I couldn't resist

Re: The Recycler