Your Food Had A Face Tee Design Review.

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Your Food Had A Face Tee Design By VeganChic.

Your Food Had A Face Tee Design By VeganChic.

Reviewed by: Lucky

4.5 Stars


The Your Food Had A Face Tee Design features a human mouth covered in blood with a cow's head inside it.

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The Your Food Had A Face tee design features a living cow's head inside a giant human mouth. The concept is a vegan message that animals do not deserve to be tortured or our food. To remind us that rather than the euphemisms of "burger" or "steak" that it is indeed a dead cow's carcass or cow flesh.

As for the artwork it is not the greatest artwork, but it isn't meant to be. It is meant to be in your face appalling and it achieves that with great success. Colors that look horrible together to create an eyesore, something that cannot be unseen. While the cow is GREY probably because animals as food is a "Grey area" topic for people, the blood is and always will remain RED, so there is no getting around that. Blood is life. On the critique side, the artist's signature or brand name could use some subtly.

As far as the print goes, it is a bit muted and darker than expected. Especially the Red ink. But other than that it isn't bad. Activists tees and Non-Pop Culture tees can be next to impossible to find on other sites.

This design is the ideal tee for the vegan activists or veganism in general.

Your Food Had A Face Tee Design By VeganChic.

Is available on: Tees, Hoodies, Sweatshirts, Tanks. The review breakdown is as follows:
Your Food Had A Face Tee Design
  • Overall Design
  • Size Selection (Unisex S - 3 XL, Women's S - 2 XL)
  • Fabric Blank (American Apparel or Bella Tee: Unisex, Women's, Tanks, Sweatshirts, Scoops, Long Sleeves, V-Necks, Hoodies)
  • Fabric Material (100% Cotton Tee, Heather 90% Cotton 10% Polyester...Shown)
  • Shirt Color Choices
  • Printing Method (Digital Print Done Decent)
  • Comfort
  • Price ($23-28 for Adult Tee Types $50 for Hoodies)
  • Customer Service

Bottom Line

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 brand blanks although they do cost a bit more as well. The Bella brand of blanks isn’t bad either just nothing particularly notable. As for their printing method, Digital Print or Direct To Garment (DTG) is slightly above average for the DTG industry, not quite as good as the Screen Printing method. Redbubble should be avoided if Pop Culture designs is what you are after. The Redbubble marketplace is better for the Artsy and Indie type stuff. We feel that this Your Food Had A Face Tee design on these products is a worthy purchase and therefore should not result in any buyer’s remorse.

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