I’m wasn’t quite sure what I like about this design when I first saw it.
I couldn’t work out what it was at first, but then realised it’s certainly ‘organic’ (geddit), and I love the style and colours.
It’s a music machine – for a challenge on Redbubble with the same name.
It’s a cool vector shirt, with some great detail and nice shapes.
It’ll get a vote from me.
Diesel Laws is going places
The quality, inventiveness, and uniqueness of the designs really sets the brand apart from the crowd.
Now concentrating on audio-inspired shirts, Diesel’s found another great concept here and made it their own, with the trademark logo on the green light.
The colours, shapes and subject just make this shirt rock!
Check out their great range of shirts at diesellaws.com
Escapism can mean different things to different people. This fantastic design by Scott Robinson is just a great example of a strong concept executed with great style and precision.
The line work on this tee is nothing short of beautiful, and the halftoned trees in the background frame the image perfectly.
This is a design you can stare into and just drift away.
A Reel to reel tape deck isn’t something that most kids would even recognise these days.
Most have grown up in an age where the ‘compact’ cassette tape was outdated.
So, to provide a retro history lesson I present the ‘Reel Vintage Tape Deck’, a vector design complete with knobs and switches you have to actually ‘move’ in order to get things to happen. If you can work this baby without getting wrapped up like a mummy you’re doing well.
The tape counter’s permanently stuck on 1974, which is coincidentally when this ‘vintage’ model is from.
A new design for a new challenge.
This one’s all about sound. My own Doctor Marten boot features here.
It’s caught at the moment ‘just before’ all hell breaks loose…