Let me tell you about me my name is Mitch born and raised most of my life in Queens New York. Statement is a brand that tries to do just that make a statement. The logo's you see aren't just there every detail has a purpose and connection to the next. I try to pay attention to every detail so that you can reenact the emotion or thought that's being shown. Statement is composed to not be compared which is the reason it's created by the thoughts that go through my head, personality traits and experiences nothing fictional. By no means do I want anyone to feel offended by anything as I said these are my experiences. Although the brand is in the final stages of getting up and running I wanted to come here to share my line and hopefully improve it. Please keep in mind I have really only been designing clothes for about two weeks so I know my shirts may need a lot of work but that's why I'm here. So of course feedback is welcome both negative and positive. I like the ideas behind your shirts, like you didnt just do them because they looked cool on the shirt, but the problem is that they dont look cool on the shirt. I doubt anyone would buy it other than family or friends of yours. You've got something here but you need to get your designing act better.
"Woman of my dreams" Tee Everyone has experienced the infamous girl of your dreams whether she is the one your with or the one on your TV she is yours (in your head).
Growing up in Queens basketball is one of the things you breathe. So when I was younger my uncle would always make sure we watched Micheal Jordan as he achieved his dreams.
"Sell your sole" Tee this is a trait of mine I'm not very proud of however it is who I am so I accept it.
Unfortantely we all have experienced this feeling also this is the "Wrath" Tee. This is experienced through emotional pain and revenge from a girl you scarred.
I'm kind of in the same boat with this guy. I mean, Im glad you put some meaning behind these shirts and you're giving us insight on aspects of your life and all that. But the thing about these tees is that they are all the same looking. For me personally, the only t-shirt I see having some spark of potential is the icon one, mainly because the design actually looks professional...to a point. Mainly the glasses, it looks very clean. But the layout looks bad. Then the faded image within the frames of those glasses made me squint in order to see what the fuck was going on, and I still don't know what the fuck is going on in the image. The rest of the tees are just...badly meh...I dont know what to even say about them. So sorry that I'm speechless on these designs. In a bad way speechless. It looks like your trying to do something different in a way, but, you're just not taking the originality step to the next level, which would be to get out of these rough experimental stages with the designs and to get into wondering, how can you make these designs look professional and make them visually speak to the audience? So you got to make your bad shit that you have so far and find elements to make it look much better. My advice is to research more. Look at some processes of how designers usually craft their work before they send it out. It looks like you know how to construct a layout, you just need to practice doing multiple layouts for one design and multiple color sets for a design. I would like the wrath tee, but the thing about that tee is that you basically blocked out the whole image and it's worthless for it to be there in the first place. Not only that but it looks like you added a lot of skinney rectangles on photoshop and said "HELL YEAH, IM DOING SOME DIFFERENT SHIT NIGGA" when in actuallity you kind of just made it a worse for yourself. So overall, keep it up with these meanings, but make them congurent with your designs. I dont know how you would want to do that but, since your only two weeks into designing right now, I recommend doing at least a month or two of just making designs until you know what works with your style and what doesn't. So good luck my friend.