[Image] I don't have a line per-say; just my artwork that can be bought on clothes, stickers, prints, etc. Check it out here: [URL]

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

I agree with some of the earlier comments, the details mean everything. Site layout is clean, and skill wise your on point. I think you should continue to push yourself creatively, I have seen many other designers with a similar style and at this point it's about standing out. I think in the next few years this "me too" shit is going to die out. You want to be at the forefront, leading when this happens while the rest drown. I'm actually polishing my portfolio and going to put my site together. It's no joke out here and I have a BFA, which basically means nothing anymore.

Replied in PORTFOLIO RE-UP, 2 Weeks ago in Arts

Something I have seen and have taken notice over time when I come into this topic. Designers! Invest in good designers, I can't stress this enough to anyone that wants to start a line. I'm not talking about your homeboy that knows a little about Photoshop or you managing to get a burnt copy of Illustrator and played around with it for a month or so and now you consider yourself a full fledged designer. When it comes to apparel, concepts will only take you so far. Study the principles of design, study other great designers. Figure out what you like about certain brands; is it the typography, the artwork, color pallet, etc. I got my BFA last year and I'm still working on my portfolio and site. It's not a game out here in the design world, save yourself some time and money and study. It's a reason why Supreme has been around practically forever and will continue to after this stint of Supreme hype dies down. Also when you decide to hire designers expect to pay. I tell ya if you want me to create something for you I'm not cheap. I'm more affordable than many and will work with you, but not how some brands have tried to low ball me (smh). Anyway on to my promotional material. [Image] Last but not least I designed some dope stickers, I titled "Ph-real" the Smurf. They will also be available to be bought as well once the site is up. For those interested follow me on Instagram: UNSCENEFUTURE or Twitter: UNSCNFUTR for updates.

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

Something I have seen and have taken notice over time when I come into this topic. Designers! Invest in good designers, I can't stress this enough to anyone that wants to start a line. I'm not talking about your homeboy that knows a little about Photoshop or you managing to get a burnt copy of Illustrator and played around with it for a month or so and now you consider yourself a full fledged designer. When it comes to apparel, concepts will only take you so far. Study the principles of design, study other great designers. Figure out what you like about certain brands; is it the typography, the artwork, color pallet, etc. I got my BFA last year and I'm still working on my portfolio and site. It's not a game out here in the design world, save yourself some time and money and study. It's a reason why Supreme has been around practically forever and will continue to after this stint of Supreme hype dies down. Also when you decide to hire designers expect to pay. I tell ya if you want me to create something for you I'm not cheap. I'm more affordable than many and will work with you, but not how some brands have tried to low ball me (smh). Anyway on to my promotional material. [Image] Last but not least I designed some dope stickers, I titled "Ph-real" the Smurf. They will also be available to be bought as well once the site is up. For those interested follow me on Instagram: UNSCENEFUTURE or Twitter: UNSCNFUTR for updates.

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

UNSCENEFUTURE, I post my designs, sketches, artwork, and whatever else I choose to create. I will follow back.

Replied in Official Instagram Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Photography

Been meaning to do this for quite some time... [Image]

Replied in Post Your Graphic Works (Graphic Design), 2 Weeks ago in Arts

Add a bit more on the detail of the faces but otherwise it's dope.

Replied in Good Burger Illustration, 2 Weeks ago in Arts

Me and my homie tried the Parker Brothers one back in middle school and it didn't work. I guess they aren't legit enough?

Replied in Real shit do Ouija Boards really work?, 2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

Going to lightly touch base on this as I'm only interested in this case once it has gone to court. This case has been promoted to the people as racially influenced. The elite rather keep the people divided and keep us preoccupied with foolish and insignificant issues. Only when we detach ourselves from the grid and see more of the similarities we share rather than the differences will we evolve as a whole. When I look at the killing of Trayvon I see a guy who has been using daddy's connections to get him out of big shit, that ANYONE of us couldn't get out of.

Replied in How do y'all feel about this Trayvon Martin story., 2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

[Quote] Bobby Fresh has solid designs but I wouldn't compare them to Triumvir or Mishka. Both brands have a strong following. What type of success are you looking for?

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

[Quote] Decent, but stand strong behind what your brand stands for. I did some shirts for the Yeezy 1 release, I made money and that was it. Brands like Bobby Fresh will always be "compliment" tee's to me.

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

^I second, well designed but it's missing something extra.

Replied in T-shirt graphic, What do you guys think? , 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote] From a start up stand point I would assume funds are limited; however your designs should be as strong as they can possibly be. The second pic which I will assume is your logo blends together and is difficult to read the typography. Also considering the size I would suggest you would have made the logo smaller and put it on the left or right side of the chest and did a enlarged print on the back of the shirt, which would have made more sense instead of so much wasted negative space on the sweat shirt. Wish you the best of luck, keep at it pimp.

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

[Quote] Lol, my gf would never let me get away with this. No more Baby Miloesque characters.

Replied in Things that upcoming brands need to stop..., 2 Weeks ago in Up & Coming Brands

I tango with the idea of starting a brand about monthly. I think a brand should reflect what you are into, streetwear is for the most part lifestyle based anyway. Contemplate what your into and see how you can combine all those elements into one. Personally if I ever decide to start a brand it will be based on what I like and not what's hot and current.

Replied in Creating a Brand Idea for your t-shirt brand, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion