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Friday, October 3, 2008

$9 Teefury: Libertas

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We understand what Anik was thinking in artificially distressing the design on this t-shirt. The artist knew that the concept, with its symmetrical base and asymmetrical tree, was something pretty good that was just too much without some sort of muting. The ideal solution would be to either play with contrasts, which often flop on digital representations of t-shirts, or go maverick on the image placement, which won't happen at TeeFury any time in the near future.

Unfortunately for Anik, while distressing was the most appealing option given the printing restrictions, it doesn't make it any more purchasable.

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