@blackcampmarket that dinosaur and penguins ones fit in a little more to other companies styles than i thought they would, but these ones are great and fit my style. As for the rest, they are all well-thought of as well and great pieces, just not my style. As for the name Amphorus, I am not too sure what that even means (if anything as I think you made it up), but it is creative and original, not playing off other english words or using something conventional, instead being different. I am getting a little over the hats with patterned crowns and a different plain brim, I feel companies should start to sort it up a little, like dramamine did recently (not sayin their choice of leather top/suede underbrim was good, but maybe having a color that matches the majority of the crown on the bottom with a contrasting top bill, or vice versa with the top and bottom. I also want to see some more experimentation with materials on the crown (like thick cords/denims/felts/velvets/flannels/nylons/fleeces etc etc), just slightly different materials with simple patterns or solid colors, still having interesting brims. It seems to me (and I say to me because you all might have different opinions) that companies/people either give up nice material for a pattern, or they give up on pattern for a nice material (and I mean for the whole hat, if they have pattern on one part I feel they skip material on the whole thing besides the stereotypical suede, or if they have material on some they forget pattern). I would really like to see people putting more creativity into both aspects for hats, instead of just one of the two..... I hope you all understand me. But also I would like to see people experiment a bit more with the crown materials of hats if they do a patterned brim and plain color crown, instead of having the standard cotton canvas or twills etc. Im just interested in material variety a lot as well as pattern, so like thick cords or denims or velvet or flannels etc as the crown with a patterned (nice cotton or suede or tweed or cord etc again) brim.
Feedback on my thoughts from anyone would be appreciated, to see if anyone else is thinking a long my lines