Barber Shop Pole Hoodies
This design is inspired by job and passion of few of my close friends. Hair stylists, hairdressers, barbers, those arent only jobs, but often lifestyles and that's why few of my designs are dedicated to them. This particular one is inspired by classical .barber shop pole sign. Barber's pole was used by barbers since Middle Ages to signify the place or shop where they perform their craft. The red and white pole outside barber shops references a time when barbers were expected to perform medical procedures such as bloodletting and other that involved cutting. Red represented blood and white represented bandages.
Tags: birthday, style, cool, contemporary, stripes
I tend to think that after adventuring, Uncle Iroh retired to enjoy the simple pleasures of life – mainly preparing and enjoying food and tea. After all, when your life has been so full of experiences, it might just be nice to settle back and enjoy some serenity for a while…. and some steamed dumplings, of course.
Tags: last-airbender, avatar-the-last-airbender, iroh, uncle-iroh, tea
S-Mart is the department store that Ashley J. "Ash" Williams works at in the Evil Dead film, Army of Darkness. This vintage style t-shirt includes a slightly faded and distressed screen print-style imprint with authentic halftones and imperfections making it look like it's straight outta 1992. "The twelve-gauge double-barreled Remington. S-Mart's top of the line. You can find this in the sporting goods department."
Tags: 1990s, vintage-t-shirt, deadite, 90-s, ash-williams
Very current popular anime at the moment This is a design to tribute a meeting place and important location on the anime tokyo ghoul. The sign like design is meant to be like a logo or typographic tee. The design is destressed to mimic the rustic feel of the city in the show and the colours of coffee.
Tags: tokyo-ghoul-re, manga, mashup, one-eyed-ghoul, kaneki-ken
Watch the film here: http://quietcornerfilmfestival.org/tagged/2014 http://quietcornerfilmfestival.org/post/87395624761/2014-winners All commissions go into the QCFF fund. Most of the fund is the prize money for the winners, but the fund also covers some operating costs like printing extra posters, signage, mailers, etc.