Hue Kids T-Shirts
The Battle of Huế, was one of the bloodiest and longest battles of the Vietnam War. In February 1968, in the South Vietnamese city of Huế, 11 battalions of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN), two U.S. Army battalions, and three understrength U.S. Marine Corps battalions, for a total of 16 battalions, defeated 10 battalions of the People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN or NVA) and the Viet Cong (VC). With the beginning of the North Vietnamese Tet Offensive on January 30, 1968, the Vietnamese lunar New Year, large conventional American forces had been committed to combat upon Vietnamese soil for almost three years. Passing through the city of Huế, Highway 1 was an important supply line for ARVN, US, and Allied Forces from the coastal city of Đà Nẵng to the Vietnamese Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). It also provided access to the Perfume River (Vietnamese: Sông Hương or Hương Giang) at the point where the river ran through Huế, dividing the city into northern and southern parts. Huế was also a base for United States Navy supply boats.
Tags: m-vietnam, republic, of, arvn, rvn
An idea partially inspired by a friend. I would have considered Jeffries (from the official logo) but needed a smoother font to make the "O" clash less with the rest. Still unsure whether it's clear enough that that's an "O". I have a better title waiting for a possible second and/or mashup piece....
Tags: psycho-pass, color, mwpsb, hue, sibyl
When I was in college, we'd often have to put our artwork in front of the class and everyone would critique it. There was this one guy that always did the strangest color combinations. Most of the time they worked really well. One day someone asked him why he used pink. He was confused and said he thought he used green. Turns out he's color blind. Saw a test recently that reminded me of that story and inspired this piece. What do you see? http://www.artisticdyslexia.com/
Tags: beige, green, red, logo, polka-dot