Winya No. 50 Tee Design Review.

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Winya No. 50 Tee Design by Winya

Winya No. 50 Tee Design by Winya

Reviewed by: Lucky

4.5 Stars

Summary

The Winya No. 50 tee design features a forest goddess holding a happy fox.

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The Winya No. 50 tee design features a woman with deer antlers in a headdress consisting of feathers, roses, and a crown. She is holding a fox.

As for the art concept, it seems to be of a forest goddess or "Green Lady" (Elen?)sans the Red hair who protects the animals. One, that is assuming she didn't kill for the feathers and that the antlers are indeed part of her head and not part of her crown. Two, she is also pale like a corpse which also hints at something not human. The flaming heart in this case seems to represent passion, unconditional love, and empathy with all of the involved elements including the color pink, the heart itself, and the flames.

The art work itself is top notch. There are lots of details to get lost in. First, is the intricate line work in the feathers, fur, and roses which seem to go on forever. Second, there are the bold colors as it is essentially a complete spectrum. Finally, there is the woman's expressionless face and yet soulful eyes that seem to have deeper meaning, contrary to the expression on the fox which emits joy and comfort.

As for the print, the colors are muted compared to the design thumbnail, especially for the Reds.

Winya No. 50 tee design by Winya.

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