From Paper to Shirt

It's been a little over a week since our Autumn drop and i've had some time to reflect on each item that was released. Every time we put new product out I inform myself what's working and what's not working visually.  What size should my illustrations be? What's the smallest can my illustrations be without detail being lost? What color schemes were successful? Was the placement of the graphics strategic and sensible?

Being five years removed from college and having an extremely small circle of art friends, I have to foster my own growth as a creative. Being my own worst critic is a gift and a curse sometimes but it keeps me in touch with the art i'm creating.  The Hide N' Seek tee is probably one of my favorite from the collection.  I think it has all the elements that I appreciate about a good shirt such as subtly, playfulness, and quality.  My favorite part about the shirt has to be the inclusion of the billow logo in the graphic on the back. If I had to offer any constructive criticism or redo the shirt I would probably omit the "sig" from the billow logo.  I think it'd be more fun if our informed customers found it on their own without me sort of highlighting it. Over the next few days I will try to review each item we have from the collection.

 

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