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Clothing line - Thoughts?

long_knives

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Honestly, any feedback you receive from this forum would be completely useless to you. It's a simple case of knowing your market and the crowd at SF sure as hell ain't it. you can ignore the crass comments and just move on and forget you ever saw this place.
 

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Description on one of the shirts featuring a helicopter on it:


'The most common use of military helicopters is transport of troops, but this chopper is better suited for combat seach and rescue or anti-submarine warefare.'

What the **** is warefare?
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GraphicNovelty

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go to hypebeast. people will like it there. or at least, give you better perspective on your prospective market.

by here "streetwear" means "antwerp six fanboys." It's more selectism than high snobiety, to give you perspective.

Also, we make a sport of ******** on people who advertise here without getting permission from the admins.

Anyway, your designs suck, **** you, and **** off.
 

osadolor619

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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty
go to hypebeast. people will like it there. or at least, give you better perspective on your prospective market.

by here "streetwear" means "antwerp six fanboys." It's more selectism than high snobiety, to give you perspective.

Also, we make a sport of ******** on people who advertise here without getting permission from the admins.

Anyway, your designs suck, **** you, and **** off.


Haha, damn.
 

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The capitalist motives of cops and the military? Now, I'm the biggest non-fan of militaries, especially particularly trigger-happy belligerent ones, but how exactly are soldiers and cops motivated by capitalism, not the governments which use their services, but their motives? What is your average cop making, 30-50k, and active duty soldiers are making less than 30k? You need to get your money back from that capitalist liberal arts program you were enrolled in at UCLA. Professors are making three times that.
 

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Not trying to advertise on here, just trying to get some honest feedback. The site just launched and I am trying to get a vibe for what people think. So yall think it sucks, at least I have the balls to start my own line.

I can see that my "About" needs to be changed. I clearly struck a nerve with the military/police thing. I will change that.

Can anyone give me an example of an underground brand that they think is sick?
 

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Originally Posted by Suspicious
So yall think it sucks, at least I have the balls to start my own line.
Printing some **** on a few cheap t-shirts != a new line of clothing. Most people are not that gullible. You may sell a few t-shirts in an LA skate-shop or something, but don't honestly expect many sales elsewhere. A famous story called 'The Emperor's New Clothes' comes to mind here.
 

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Originally Posted by Suspicious
Not trying to advertise on here, just trying to get some honest feedback. The site just launched and I am trying to get a vibe for what people think. So yall think it sucks, at least I have the balls to start my own line.

I can see that my "About" needs to be changed. I clearly struck a nerve with the military/police thing. I will change that.

Can anyone give me an example of an underground brand that they think is sick?


Yeah, it takes a real genius to print some ugly ass graphic on a tshirt so he can brag to his buddies that he 'has his own line'. Seriously, stop clowning, you're a screenprinter, not a clothing designer.
 

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Alright, I get it. I am currently just doing screenprinting. You gotta have some cut & sew stuff and button-ups along with a ton of other things. Professional web design, models, and photographers wouldn't hurt either. I am small time, not even that, but I apprecite the feedback.
 

alexanduh

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yeah youre in the wrong forum. probs find more love on hypebeast for real. also probs best to get away from military bullshit. maybe a reson why you called it suspicious would be better or something.
 

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