Common t-shirt designer questions answered.
In the right environment, very, as it can be seen globally in an instant - an example is a global icon being seen in a particular design, the curiosity is increased immediately and demand follows.
We get into the design of T-shirts at a young age, motivated by messages, and the desire to belong to particular peer groups are all strong motivators. People frequently wear t-shirts to deliver a statement of some description, if that helps form their identity then they definitely have a degree of influence.
No... its way to flexible.
Maharishi does some nice embroidered dragons that have worked really well. They are very inticate and we love that attention to detail.
Probably something with Che Guevara or Iron Maiden on, although personally it would be a Happy Mondays T!
Depends on the client brief, they are frequently positive statements or imagery used to create an atmosphere.
This is usually driven by the client brief, with established parameters on freedom of expression!Thereafter we research, sketch and manipulate to get the desired effect.
The client brief, target market, as well as the production method and budget.
Freedom, flexibility, the mobility and portability of the garment all appeal.
Worn everyday, by literally billions of people, T-shirts are extremely important in most societies in some way, from simple warmth and protection, to high end fashion, the humble t-shirt is here to stay.