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POWER TO YOU - Apr 6th, 14:27 talk_t

OH MY FRIGGIN WORD, GUYS! Thank you all so much - this win means so much to me! AWESOME! I spent hours on this design - and from the feedback I've been receiving I can see everyone loves it! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!
POWER TO YOU - Mar 24th, 19:08 talk_t

@ParanoidAndroid - I guess everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Thanks.
POWER TO YOU - Mar 24th, 19:06 talk_t

@ParanoidAndroid - don't get your criticism, bud!? I'm all for it, but at least the crit should make sense!? Did you not see the word POWER or the social networking icons composited into the design!? Thanks for feedback none the less...
POWER TO YOU - Mar 24th, 14:06 talk_t

Thanks for approving this one, team!
POWER TO YOU - Mar 24th, 14:03 talk_t

My Vitual Self Mar 24th, 14:00 talk_t

POWER TO YOU - Mar 24th, 12:27 talk_t

Sheesh peeps - you make a guy blush! Thank you!
POWER TO YOU - Mar 24th, 12:26 talk_t

Aww schucks - thanks guys! Its my favourite design out of my five submissions, I must admit!
POWER TO YOU - Mar 24th, 12:16 talk_t

Thanks Guys!
Markham Jan 28th 2009, 09:54 talk_t

I might have sounded pissed-off in my previous shoutback - wasn't my intention. I'm just worried that the focus of this competition is out when worrying about trademark implications. The focus is on creative design, and designs can be altered to suit any brand. That's just my opinion. Thanks for the crits though, I appreciate.
Markham Jan 27th 2009, 14:46 talk_t

I find feedback about brand identity a bit puzzling at this stage. Sure, be careful - but don't limit yourself in terms of creativity. The idea with this competition was to create striking, original designs, and I believe that is what I've done here. BTW: I've taken a look at MR PRICE's website, and see only REDCAP as a registered trademark. Another thing that puzzles me is the design elements pack we were given as entrants to this competition - more than one of those elements appear as graphics on the MR PRICE website. Pretty strange that we're debating brand ethics, when the graphic elements pack I was supplied with as an entrant (and told to strictly adhere to) contains graphic elements that appear on the same retail competitor's website about which I am being cross-examined...
Markham Jan 26th 2009, 15:59 talk_t

Valid point Tokyo - but if design discrimination applies to something as basic as colour (or the suggestion thereof), I guess it's very hard to create something unique these days... My hope in this shirt's case is that we can curb stereotypes in fashion retail - red is a great addition to any wardrobe (no matter where you shop!)
Markham Jan 24th 2009, 11:13 talk_t

Thanks for the compliments - the idea with this design was strictly to appeal to the masses. A t-shirt anyone would appreciate...
Markham marbles Jan 24th 2009, 11:10 talk_t

This is my favorite of your designs - fashionable and wearable - would work on any colour base...
Markham Jan 24th 2009, 11:05 talk_t

Designs that are too balanced are mostly frowned upon - that's the reason for one or two off-balance elements in this design...