Sugar Skull Girl Tee Design

Sugar Skull Girl Tee Design Review.

This Sugar Skull Girl tee design is for the goth people that celebrate the Day of The Dead and who enjoy monarch butterflies.

The concept is to show a girl or rather a woman with her face painted up like a sugar skull for the Day of the Dead celebration. As for the butterflies, they are a design element that represent life and freedom which is in complete contrast with the Day of the Dead theme. While these are monarch butterflies, I do not see any connection between this and MK Ultra as I think this is just an innocent work of art. Or is it? Maybe that is the purpose of the aforementioned contrast in the theme. I'll let you be the judge.

Now for the artwork, the composition is nice focusing on the girl's face. First, you will notice that this is mostly Black,White, and Grey. The only non-neutral color is the Orange of the girl's eyes, makeup, and on the butterflies. Which adds another kind of contrast. The second thing you might notice is the girl's expression. For a lack of a better term I will describe this as being rather deadpan. Finally, the other elements float around her such as the butterflies and some White splatter effect, tying this piece together nicely.

As for the Print, this turned out okay. It is not the best print but it is far from the worst. It is average for the DTG industry. This score is a result of the muting of the orange compared to the thumbnail.

Sugar Skull Girl Tee Design By Bomazu.

Is available on T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Tank Tops, Baseball Tee, Phones Cases, Art Prints. Many color choices are available depending on what style is chosen.The review breakdown is as follows:

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Design By Humans Interview.

How did Design By Humans get started and what is your brand all about?

Design By Humans opened its doors in 2007 with the vision of giving artists a platform to share their art with the world. At the time, daily contests allowed artists to submit their work to be voted on by fans. The winning design would be printed and become available for purchase.

Though democratic in nature, the idea of selling just one winning T-Shirt every day simply wasn’t ideal. We wanted more artists to have the chance to sell their work. Fast forward to 2015: Artists can now sell their artwork from their own branded storefront. Our artist network now includes over 15,000 from around the globe.

In addition, we use a print-on-demand format, allowing the artists to offer more designs on a diverse set of product types and colors to their fans. We still love T-Shirts, but being able to offer options like hoodies, tank tops and phone cases gives our artists more canvases on which to work.

What are the DBH ideals?

Design By Humans aims to empower artists by providing them with a platform to display and sell their work. Their “canvases” (i.e. T-Shirts, sweatshirts, tank tops, art prints and phone cases) are always of the highest quality, a commitment we take seriously. Every garment we sell is hand-selected and guaranteed to be sweatshop and child labor-free, and the inks we use are water-based and phthalate-free.

Design By Humans relentlessly pursues new ways to bring art to life through new screen-printing and digital printing techniques. We are obsessed with apparel innovation.

DBH stands behind our artists and jumps at any opportunity to promote them. We highlight artists through our social channels and artist interviews, and actively search for fans wearing their amazing art. We push artists to participate in contests and monthly design challenges, and connect brands with our artists when the opportunity to create for licensed apparel arises.

In addition, DBH offers artists industry-leading royalties for their work. Their work is the life of our business. Without them, we would be just another generic T-Shirt company. But because we attract the highest caliber artists from around the world, we’re afforded some of the best wearable artwork you’ll find!

Who designs the tees?

Over 15,000 artists from around the globe contribute their amazing art to the “T-Shirt ecosystem” that is Design By Humans. We’ve created an amazing community of artists and art lovers alike, and given them a canvas -- and a platform -- to show and sell their work.

In addition, Design By Humans works closely with a diverse and talented group of hand-picked artist on special projects and collections, and is constantly seeking out top talent in building an in-house team of artists.

What inspires the tees?

Though we can’t speak to what inspires our community of artists, we can speak to the diversity of subjects for which they choose to create art. Artists design for categories ranging from abstract art to typographical pieces; from animals to people; from retro to modern.

Pop culture is an expansive category that can encompass subjects derived from television and movies to music and parody. Design By Humans is taking big strides to capture the gaming market as well, creating licensed art for major games and streamers alike.

How would you classify the tees?

To classify our tees, you could easily take a look at the impressive range of categories, shops and collections found at Design By Humans. Some of our categories include: Abstract, Animals, Characters, Food & Drink, Funny, Gamer, Horror, Music, Nature, Pop Culture and more.

In addition, we’ve created shops and collections based on subject matter. We’re excited to include Star Wars, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Diablo III, and Assassin’s Creed Unity among our long list of licensed shops that feature official artwork. We’re always adding new shops and collections to the site as well.

Our latest initiative is gaming and eSports. We love gaming, first and foremost. If we’re not working, there’s a good chance we’re gathered around a console or streaming on the DBH Twitch account. As such, we’re pushing hard to become the leader in gaming and streaming apparel.

We support triple-A gaming titles, top-tier eSports teams like Evil Geniuses and scores of popular Twitch and YouTube Gaming streamers by offering custom branded apparel and storefronts, and access to our artist community and in-house art team.

Design By Humans provides the below shipping services. Please note not all services are available for each product type and all delivery time frames are estimates. Actual delivery time frames may vary due to weather, service delays, holidays etc. Free Standard shipping is available for apparel only on orders that have an after-discount subtotal value of $75.00 or more. Domestic shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico or any other location outside the Continental United States may take longer than expected due to their locations.

Domestic Services

USPS First Class Mail (6-10 business days)

USPS Priority Mail (2-4 business days)

FedEx SmartPost (7-18 business days)

FedEx Ground/Home Delivery (2-5 business days)

FedEx Express Saver (3 Business Days)

FedEx 2Day (2 Business Days)

FedEx Priority Overnight (Next Business Day)

International Services

(Duties and Taxes Unpaid)

USPS International Economy (Average Delivery Time: 1-6 Weeks)

FedEx International Mail (Average Delivery Time: 1-4 Weeks)

FedEx International Priority (Average Delivery Time: 2-9 business days)

The Design By Humans products that we own have lasted years, both the prints and the fabric. Please note, that they do a better job printing on the Blue side of the spectrum than they do with the Red side. But that is the case with most (But not all) POD's.

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Offers Print On Demand shirts with various design types. The review breakdown of their Direct To Garment Printed tees are as follows:

Just Food Tee Design by Ouno.

Just Food Tee Design Review.

The Just Food tee design is for the people who love parodies but hate Disney, especially Tinkerbell.

I have nothing against Tinkerbell but this tee is hilarious. Both characters were probably minding their own business and Tink just happened to fly by in the wrong place at the wrong time. A praying mantis has to eat. As the title states it's "Just Food". Don't judge the poor evil and sadistic bastard. You can feel sorry for Tinkerbell though.

This is what a parody is supposed to be. That is that well known characters that find themselves in situations that they wouldn't find themselves in normally with their faces hidden by some clever method. That way to avoid copyright law violations.

As for the artwork, it is clean with minimal shading. It's not really needed. The concept is great as it adds a little reality to the fantasy world.

This Just Food design has attitude and that is something missing from a lot of the new tee designs lately.

This is a good Tinkerbell themed tee though her fans may not appreciate it much and it probably wouldn't be good as a kids' design. Unless it is for the people with a sadistic non conformists view of the world.

Just Food Tee Design By Ouno.

Is available on T-shirts, Hoodies, Long Sleeves, Sweatshirts and Dog T-shirts. There are many fabric color choices available as well, each depending on what style is chosen. The review breakdown is as follows: