Winya No.39 Shirt Design by Winya.

Winya No.39 Shirt Design Review.

The Winya No.39 shirt design features the grim reaper and who appears to be the goddess Elen. This tee is for the darker personas and goth types. It sums up that even gods and goddesses must eventually die.

The concept for the Winya No.39 design is a death motif. The first thing that you might notice is the nude and horned goddess Elen, who is held by Death as he sits on his throne. The second thing that you may notice is that she has an arrow in her chest. This is probably a dark and ironic nod to other horned/hunter/huntress deities who have been incorporated into her otherwise peaceful nature. The third thing you might see is the dove which represents peace and love. Finally, you might notice the flowers that she holds which suggest a romance between the two or perhaps with someone before she was shot. At any rate the message is clear, The Grim Reaper rules over all.

As for the artwork, it is great. First, the design is done with all White and Grey which makes the print really pop, contrasting from the Black background of the tee fabric. Second, great detail went into the shading and expression in this piece. Even down to the smallest of details. Last, the design makes you think about what is happening in the image.

The print turned out awesome, White ink is something DBH print well.

Winya No.39 Shirt Design by Winya.

Is available on T-shirts. Black and Dark fabric colors available. Other color options for this design would had been nice, although black is the best for this artwork and concept. The review breakdown is as follows:

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Design By Humans Tee Brand Review

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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.

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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:

Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords Tee Design Tania Falcao and Avelar Lucas.

Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords Tee Design Review.

The Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords tee is for the Game of Thrones fans.

“All that Syrio Forel had taught her went racing through her head. Swift as a deer. Quiet as shadow. Fear cuts deeper than swords. Quick as a snake. Calm as still water. Fear cuts deeper than swords. Strong as a bear. Fierce as a wolverine. Fear cuts deeper than swords. The man who fears losing has already lost. Fear cuts deeper than swords. Fear cuts deeper than swords. Fear cuts deeper than swords.” ― George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones

A sword shoved through the top of a skull clean to the bottom of the lower jaw ( after the head was decapitated of course) says a lot. It says "I F#$ked Up" from the skull's perspective. It also says "Danger leave this area, run away, run away now you fool." At least that is what I'd think if I was walking and came across this dire looking scene. Hence the name of the design.

This artwork is a nice standard skull and ground scene. Some crows are flying in the background. Some snowy mountains lay in the background. Lots of design elements and fragments flying around making the design a bit busy.

The Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords design is ideal to wear when watching Game of Thrones or anything else in the Fantasy genre and rock concerts.

Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords Tee Design Tania Falcao and Avelar Lucas.

Is available on: Tees, Phone Cases and Wall Art. Black colored fabric is mandatory and it works well with this artwork. The fabric becomes part of the design as silhouettes of plant life crop the oval frame. The review breakdown is as follows:

Behold A Pale Horse Tee Design

Behold A Pale Horse Tee Design Review.

The Behold A Pale Horse tee design is another cute and funny Grim Reaper parody based on Revelations 6:8.
I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth. ~New International Version

Good Stuff ramyb, you made the one thing that all people and living things fear the most a bit more lovable by re-imagining him as a child at play. One almost feels sorry for Death playing all by himself. This pseudo foreshadowing is masterfully illustrated with consistent shading and the smooth hellish coloring. The scorched and smoldering landscape keeps with the Death theme. Clean artwork through and through.

The Behold a Pale Horse design is also available on children's apparel. Which is a good, as they can use some dark humor after all the lame crap that is made for children these days in terms of Television and toys.

While visiting the retailer link you may get the following message. (If so do as it suggests and it should be available again.)

This Shirt is Temporarily Unavailable Sorry, we're not printing this one at the moment. Check back tomorrow when the catalog re-opens.

Behold A Pale Horse Tee Design by ramyb.

 Navy is the only fabric color available which also serves as the shading for the design, black could had worked... I mean it is a Grim Reaper inspired tee after all. The review breakdown is as follows:

KILL MONOTONY Tee Design by Enkel Dika

KILL MONOTONY Tee Design Review.

The Kill Monotony tee is for the people that dare to be different, those who crave change. The type of people that love, fear and respect nature but walk that fine line of the accepted behavior and the unexpected behavior. The kind that catches others off guard so much that they do not know how to react. This design tells the world "Dare to be different". It also warns people not to conform to the point of having no identity. This also works for anyone that really hates zebras. Like stop serving cow and serve up some damn zebra meat type of hate.

The hunter, the lion, attacks the zebra. Maybe because it is full of delicious colorful flavor, maybe the zebra bored the lion. Perhaps it ganked his stuff, and he had to set an example.

The illustration is like that found in children's books but with the obvious sadistically natural twist. Buko kept this design clean, eliminating backgrounds and foregrounds to emphasize the subjects. It is only available in Men's and Women's Tees, sorry kiddos.

The Kill Monotony design makes for a great casual shirt to be worn when you are just chilling or wanting to make a statement without saying a word.

Kill Monotony Tee Design by Buko.

Is available on: Tees, Phone Cases, Wall Art. White fabric is mandatory and it works well with this artwork and printing method. Grey would had worked as well if not better. The review breakdown is as follows:

A Clue Tee Design by rglee128

A Clue? Tee Design Review.

The A Clue? tee design that is morbidly funny and clever. It pokes fun at the television show Blue's Clues hinting that Blue a mystery solving dog is behind the crime of the made up murder of the shows human host Steve. Why is it even a question? "A Clue?" of course that is what a clue looks like. Haven't they seen the show? Stupid investigators.

Nice job rglee128, you managed to make some people laugh while destroying some childhood cherished memories of others. That is a feat worthy of the t-shirt Hall of Fame.

The Simple cartoon art that makes for a great parody. Makes a great tee to wear on a game night or to wear as a conversation starter at a bar or party.

The A Clue? design is on children's apparel too. Which is possibly traumatizing to children considering that it is one of their beloved television show characters that are represented here.

While visiting the retailer link you may get the following message. (If so do as it suggests and it should be available again.)

This Shirt is Temporarily Unavailable Sorry, we're not printing this one at the moment. Check back tomorrow when the catalog re-opens.

A Clue Tee Design by rglee129.

 Royal Blue is the only fabric color available. The review breakdown is as follows:

I DID Have Other Plans This Decade Tee Design by Rasabi

I DID Have Other Plans This Decade Tee.

The I DID Have Other Plans This Decade tee design revolving around monotony err Monopoly...screw it it was right the first time. The game that never ends. Pretty clever of Rich Uncle Pennybags to use it to buy some more time to live. At the rate that game goes he'd live forever. How he convinced the Grim Reaper to play it in the first place remains a mystery. Although, some people rather die than to play the game in the first place. Decisions, decisions.

Great job Rasabi you managed to make people laugh and validate the existence of that fun in small doses bored game or I mean "Board" game. No, I like everyone else did mean "Bored". I just wish we could make out what token Death is playing as. Some would assume the canon or battleship or the obvious horse and rider. But I bet it is the dog.

Clean artwork all the way around. With an ominous glowing Monopoly board in the center as the focal point, this tee screams "evil". Funny, but evil.

The I DID Have Other Plans This Decade design is on children's apparel too. Which is a good, it passes down dark humor to the younger generations that will one day run things.

While visiting the retailer link you may get the following message. (If so do as it suggests and it should be available again.)

This Shirt is Temporarily Unavailable Sorry, we're not printing this one at the moment. Check back tomorrow when the catalog re-opens.

I DID Have Other Plans This Decade Tee Design by Rasabi.

 Black is the only fabric color available which also serves as the shading for the design. The review breakdown is as follows:

Grim Optimism Tee by ramyb

Grim Optimism Tee Design Review.

The Grim Optimism tee design focuses around hope and perhaps being naive. The brave squirrel is bargaining, trying a last ditch effort of offering his prized acorn to the all powerful Grim Reaper in hopes that his life will be spared. Something perhaps we can all relate to, after all who wouldn't give up a nut to spare their life or someone that they care deeply about? Even Death is caught off guard by this kind gesture with obvious ulterior motives.

What is really great about this design though, is how Death casts a giant skull as a shadow. A subtle touch that adds an even more Gothic overtone to the piece.

The concept is dark and cute at the same time which is very difficult to pull off even for the most seasoned of artists. That includes the stupid smiling cute skull reapers with heart shapes for eyes. Those are lame. Props to you ramyb.

This artwork is on children's apparel too which is cool as you do not see Death on that many kid items these days as it is normally taboo at least in Western Culture.

While visiting the retailer link you may get the following message. (If so do as it suggests and it should be available again.)

This Shirt is Temporarily Unavailable Sorry, we're not printing this one at the moment. Check back tomorrow when the catalog re-opens.

Grim Optimism Tee Design by ramyb.

 Asphalt is the only fabric color available and it doubles as some of the midtones. The review breakdown is as follows: