Did anyone take a gander at his pricing? He has to be a disturbed man. He mentions Picasso.... is there not at least hundreds of thousands of failed attempts of creative emulations that results in complete abomination, that in turn get compared to the work of true masters in defense of their utter failure? Eric, some advice: Creation does not come from a deliberate attempt at rocking the boat. People like Picasso, Bill Gates, Stravinsky, Einstien, were all and are all very highly skilled, highly intelligent, and highly gifted examples of innovation. They did not dedicate themselves to altercation of an aesthetic, but simply could not listen to anything but the little voice in their heads that drove them to create, coupled with the amazing skill at which they were gifted with from day one. You are trying to convince us that your designs are innovative (which they are not), and worse, attractive (ugly would be a creative and generous term to describe your designs, perhaps you can use that in your higly effective marketing). I would suggest anything but what you are doing. Perhaps, you have some skill in sewing? You could start hand making some attractive shirts and sell them at that price. You are not an innovator, you have a horrible aesthetic, you are not a creator. You simply are not. Not even remotely close.