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Screwed Tee Design by BootsBoots
Reviewed by: Lucky
The Screwed tee design features a lost scuba diver surrounded by sharks.
The Screwed tee design features a lost scuba diver staring at a map who is surrounded by circling sharks.
The concept for the Screwed tee is meant to be humorous. But it goes deeper than that. Some people have bad luck just like this scuba diver. Other people keep finding themselves in sticky situations. Just like this scuba diver. Also, a lot of people are clueless and end up at the business end of a stick. This design is for all of these types of people.
The art work itself is funny and well illustrated. First, there is the great use of negative space throughout the entire design. Most of the elements consist of the fabric color itself. Second, the composition is balanced well and the focus in the center, making it pleasing to the eye. Third, the colors that are used not only work well together but are appropriate for the theme. Finally, one can't help but relate and feel for the oblivious diver. Because, while this design is comical it really sums up a lot of life's everyday situations brilliantly.
As for the print, the colors are muted compared to the design thumbnail.
Screwed Tee Design by BootsBoots.
Is available on: Tees, Hoodies, Sweatshirts and Stickers, Phone Cases, Art Prints, Mugs, Totes, Cards, Bags, and more. There are a few fabric color options to choose from. The review breakdown is as follows:
Screwed Tee Design
The products and retailer Redbubble are above average quality while a bit pricier than some of the other Print On Demand services ($23+). As for the tees you really cannot find better than the American Apparel and Bella Canvas brands of blanks although they do cost a bit more as well. As for the printing method, Digital Print or Direct To Garment (DTG) is good but it will fade sooner than the superior old fashioned screen printing technique. We feel that this Screwed shirt design on these products is a worthy purchase and therefore should not result in any buyer’s remorse.