No problem. Glad you like them and thanks for the feedback.

Replied in New Shirt Release - VanitySlaves, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Hey this is a new shirt I just released on my clothing line. I call it VanitySlaves. Basically I've done the NoEvil theme a few times for my brands shirt designs so I thought it would be dope to do one with all the gold jewelry and I figured since I was doing the Vanity Slaves theme Marilyn Monroe was the perfect person to model it after. Anyways let me know what you guys think. [Image] www.facebook.com/meankids www.meankidsclothing.com

Started by New Shirt Release - VanitySlaves, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote]Thanks. I don't know how many people really get the name but I think those that do appreciate it.

Replied in New Shirt RootOfEvil, 2 Weeks ago in Brands

Hey, This is the new shirt I just dropped for my clothing line. I call it RootOfEvil. What do you guys think? [Image] Facebook - www.facebook.com/meankids Website - www.meankidsclothing.com

Started by New Shirt RootOfEvil, 2 Weeks ago in Brands

[Quote]Thanks. My goal is to try and do cool concepts in my shirts that have some kind of theme or underlying meaning. As far as the design goes I was kinda going for a retro horror movie poster feel but maybe not everyone is in to that look. Either way thanks for the feedback.

Replied in New Karmaloop Kazbah Brand: Mean Kids, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote]That shirt was inspired by Lupe Fiasco's "The Cool", its about this hustler who comes back from the dead. In the song he says "He came back, in the same suit that he was buried in. Similar to the one his grandfather was married in. Yes, he was still fresh to death." So thats why I did the front with those words and if you look on the back you can see I did a skeleton hand coming up from the bottom with blood on it to represent the hustler in the song rising from the grave, so that was the whole theme behind that shirt. However, you're entitled to your own opinions.

Replied in New Karmaloop Kazbah Brand: Mean Kids, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Hey, Just got my brand up on the Karmaloop Kazbah. I really try and make my brand stand out from a lot of the other brands that seem more interested in just doing whatevers trendy and not taking any chances on doing something more original. Anyways Id appreciate it if anyone wanted to check out my store over on the Kazbah and give me some feedback. Thanks!  http://www.kazbah.com/brands/Mean-Kids

Started by New Karmaloop Kazbah Brand: Mean Kids, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

This is a fairly new brand (started 8 months ago) but we're really focused on trying to be as original as possible. We try our best to put out clothes that not only look tight but also have some kind of cool concept behind them. Our main goal is that when you wear our clothes people notice you. Website- Link Facebook- Link Heres two of our favorite designs we have out now. No Evil [Image]

Started by [Mean Kids] – 2012 Official Discussion Thread , 2 Weeks ago in Brands

[Quote] I think your designs are really strong. Once you get the website cleaned up I think you'll look pretty legit.

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote] Thank you! Also to be honest Im still kind of a novice when it comes to web design so I dont really know how to customize my big cartel domain. However I do have my own domain space that I just link to my big cartel store. Also feel free to hit me up.

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Thanks man I appreciate it.

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Hey I started my brand about 5-6 months ago and was hoping for some feedback. I try my best to have some kind of concept behind everything I make. I have other designs printed but Im just going to put up my favorite guy and girl shirt I have right now. [Image] ManEater I also designed the website myself which can be found at Link and you can see my other designs. Thanks for any input. Facebook-Link

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion