Sky Explosion tee is for the people that love the skylines of big cities. This design is done in a panoramic landscape view. With the hustle and bustle of life caught in a single frame. Vehicles, railways, traffic lights in the dark area of the bottom of the tee. The range glow of the sun is spread out through clouds in the twilight hours. The way the skyline does a Charlie Brown type of Zigzag in the middle to divide the tee into upper and lower halves is neat to look at.
The photography is good but the printing process may distort the imagery in some places. Each tee will be slightly different as a result. Crystal Rosales chose an ideal time and location for the photo and any Photoshop work has been done with a strong skill set. It is only available in Men's and Women's Tees.
The Sky Explosion design makes for a great casual shirt to be worn anywhere such as bars, concerts and museums.
Sky Explosion Tee Design by Crystal Rosales.
Is available on: Tees. White fabric (dyed with the design) is mandatory and it works well with this artwork and printing method. The review breakdown is as follows:
The WANDERING BEAR tee design reminds me of the Lite Brite only more elegant and sophisticated. A silhouette of a black bear is surrounded by contrasting colors composed of hundreds of tiny dots. The "Lite Brite" effect is largely due to the pseudo bio-luminescent glow of the flowers that make up the fields reflecting the moonlight. These ranging colors going from lighter bottom to a darker top also help to create the atmospheric perspective giving the illusion of distance in the form of a horizon. Other details include a full moon and a meteor in sky glittered with stars.
Wandering Bear is a beautiful balance of light and dark, colors and negative space. Florent Bodart's artistry shines through in this piece.
The WANDERING BEAR design makes for a great casual shirt to be worn anywhere.
WANDERING BEAR Tee Design by Florent Bodart.
Is available on: Tees, Phone Cases and Wall Art. Black fabric is mandatory and it works best with this artwork as it represents the night. The review breakdown is as follows: