Wazzzup boys and girls?!

We have two nice and very stylish scribtees to offer, as you may have noticed. But be careful, they are still hot from the presses…
Here we go:


This fella is called Blame it on TV and was created by tomo77 aka Jose Anthony Aguero

Two is better than one, so we have a second new scribtee for you guys. her ist is:


It’s a very fine work by Alain Vonck and answers to the name of La Mer

That’s not all of it. Some of our older scribtees are now available in girl’s shape. So ladys, take a good look at
Everyone can be a Artist, World Map and Human Nature

Howdy ho! Long enough they were waiting, now these designs find themselves on T-shirts.

Please give a warm welcome to the newcomers in the Scribtee range, fresh pressed:

Robots Don’t Dream by “Snewo” aka Mark Owens.

Wake Up! The Horrible Alarm Clock, well known by every working man. A lovely illustration by Attila Szamosi of Peachbeach.

Testbild - with 24/7 TV programme coverage a nostalgia thing of the past. Memorized by Benjamin Kohl aka whyme. If you want to know more about what TV showed in its early days, you really should check this site: http://www.tv-testbild.com/ (in German).

Give a warm welcome to our new Scribtees in store:

 

You’re under arrest by Dxtr in collaboration with young gun Reack from France.

 

What your parents never told you about Little Red Cap – the true story, revealed and illustrated by Ignacio.

Sorry, they’re in the winners section a coupole of days already, but like all the winners before they deserve to be announced properly. Especially it was not easy to get picked amongst all these good designs that came in the past month. It was not easy to pick the definite winners with that number of great designs, and there were many tees that were close at the top by scoring points and overall awesomeness.

However, we congratulate those who made it:

Aliadotony, who scores his third big prize after What I Am Made Of and Everyone Can Be An Artist Kit (which is almost sold out unfortunately). It’s called Blame it on the TV, and there is a lot of things to discover on it. To appreciate what you only could have a slight idea of in the preview.

 

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Second, more excellent line work comes from French designer Alain aka. digaster. His beautiful drawing of a boat called “La Mer” is characterized by excellent linework full of verve. We’re certain that these will be two excellent tees.

Congratulations to Tony and Alain, a big shoutout to the close follow-ups (CeKa, TheW, dxtr, MikeF and … digaster again). Keep submitting this excellent work, because the contest goes on and on and on.

Happy new year, Scribteesers!

We’d like to remind of some contest entries that were great, but for some reason didn’t quite make it on a tee. Like the reason that there can only be two winners a month (beside some special picks of ours).  As a way to start the year or look back at the past one, to give you inspiration and ideas for your submissions.

These rock: Anyone Can Play Guitar by cmatos and Tourbus Diary by DeeDeeKid.

These have the groove: Born in the 70s by Laurent and the “blurryMilk Bag by ndikol.

 

Crazy: Running With Scissors by RodrigoBHZ and Loca! by illustration genius Draco.

 

Strange Creatures: The Iceberg Creature by MokuMoku and Dxtr‘s Gatekeeper.

 

Wait … what? Trips and Traps by Peachbeach and Poche Kangourou by bibine.

 

Cool: Viking’s Best Kept Secret by Againstbound and Snowy Mountaintops by digaster.

And there are so many more … maybe I should continue this series soon. Thanks for your great ideas and designs. Keep them coming in!!

Nature is my mother

Nature is my mother

 One new T-shirt is in the shop, and it is called “Nature is my mother“. A true freak of nature with a nice countryside hat. Berlin boy Lars Wunderlich, who calls himself TheW in our contest, did this amazing illustration. As well as the useful Mr. Tool who finally found a T-shirt home at Scribtee.com 

Let’s go a bit into details and let the big W (not to be confused!) explain himself:

Hi Lars, please introduce yourself in a few words.

Hi world, i’m Lars Wunderlich aka. Thew aka. Look aka. Erw.Mc.Verve etc…. I’m a Berlin-based designer who is currently very busy with his Diploma work. I do alot of different creative stuff like Illustration, Graffiti, Type-design, Logos, CorporateDesign, Wallpaintings, T-shirts and loads of other stuff which can be decorated. I’m 27 years old and grew up in beatiful Mecklenburg Vorpommern in the north of Germany. I always wanted do something creative in my life. That was my dream and still is. I’m happy to be part of the great peachbeach-collective.

Who or what is ‘Peachbeach’ ?

Peachbeach is a design collective with an eye on illustrative design. Peachbeach are three crazy nervous guys. Falk Hoger, Attila Szamosi and me met in 2007 on a creative camp in the nice countryside of Brandenburg. We didn’t know each other very well, but painted a canvas together. It worked quite well and we realised that our minds fitted together, so we decided to do something together. That was the starting point of Peachbeach. Everybody is free to do what he wants, and sometimes we do stuff together. It depends on what we want to do.

Do you work as a full time designer?

I try hard.

Is there a way you would describe your style?

I cannot describe my style very well because it changes from time to time. It bores me to focus on one special style, so i spread my style into different direction of the creative universe. But I can say that I like well thought out detailed things. I don’t want to do bling bling stuff, which only looks good but has no really meaning behind its prettyness.

Mr. Tool

Tell us a bit about your design “Mr Tool“. How did you get the idea, what did you want to express?

Mr. Tool was originally a cover for a design book. Originally it was only the triangle without a face or a body. The cover didn’t make it, so i decided to do something with all these nice icons. I pushed some Icons from here to there and Mr.Tool popped out. He consists of some really helpfull design tools, so i thought maybe he could say this naughty slogan: USE ME. That’s it.

Even more interesting: What is this thing on “Nature is my mother“?

Yes, this story is a little bit different. I was on my way home from my parents house in hot summer. They live in the countryside  near the woods. I sat in the train doodling a bit, while wearing that hat and the sunglasses you can see in the design. I tryed to draw myself with the pen and this came to my mind. It is the best selfportrait I have ever made. I’m really happy with that, because it shows my deep respect for mother nature, but it also looks a bit chaotic and crazy - as I am. So this shirt is for the outdoorsmen and crazy professors. But actually nobody knows my little dirty plan of wearing somebodys selfportrait on a shirt except of you, dear reader. Hehe.

How much do you do by hand, how much by software?

As you can see in the storys, it depends on what I want to do and what I need. Sometimes I do everything with the graph-tablett, sometime by vector, sometimes by hand.

It's a brand new Morning! currently in the contest

What gives you visual inspiration?

Almost everything. Music, good books, good articles in the newspaper, friends, critiques, other designers and my girl.

What music do you listen to while working/ doodling?

I often listen to Major Lazer stuff (the Mad Decent Label is killer), nearly all Stones Throw artists (also a great label), Beyond the Wizard’s Sleeve (great psychrock-stuff on a new dancefloorlevel) and a lot of Rap, Soul, Funk, Reaggea, Rave, Techno, Psychrock, Blues and everything between.

What would you recommend young aspiring designers who want to win shirt contests too?

Maybe: thinking and drawing, listen to critique and spreading the output.

Last words?

Biggupp to PB, MF, DX, TG. Okay sounds too cryptical. Yo biggupp to Frieda, Dad, Mike, Dennis, Mixi, Harf, Mother Nature, Whifffocker, Lidi <3, The Gang and all the loved ones.

After an unusually long round  (due to illness and other adversities) you may clap your hands now for those Designs that convinced you and us the most in October and November:

Test Image

#1: whyme aka Benny Kohl who manages to score his third Scribtee with his Design Test Image. Caution, wet paint!

#2: Mark Owens aka Snewo (!ti desseug uoY) with his nice thinking robot design Robots Don’t Dream. This title also is a question answered

Congrats to both Designers! Sorry for all the other amazing designs in the contest. I’ll do a honorable mentions series for you again, some time soon….

A new tee has come to our store and its hotness has caused Scribtee’s overall temperature to raise by some degrees. Credit for that goes to Rachel Bilson, an actress most commonly known for her role as Summer Roberts  in The O.C. , but also starring in several full length movies.

Rachel Bilson

To create this design, artist Kevoe used one of the most beautiful photos there most be of her, gave it a nice rasterized look and added some graffiti in pink. This goes on a comfy AA shirt for men or ladies in the wonderful creme colour (like white, but not as boring). Beauty meets style on the Rachel Bilson T-Shirt, new at Scribtee.

The price goes to … Germany. Twice. Again. Hey, international Designers: how about catching up a bit?

Well, we should acknowledge that DXTRs first score here at Scribtee is a collaboration with French designer Reack. And the design itself is totally American: donuts, bullets, cops & coffee. So there should be enough international flavour for this to be a popular Scribtee: You’re under arrest, cause you’re the best. I just had to think of that awesome Mercury Rev video

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Dxtr: You are a winner, cause you’re the best.

Drrrrriiiiiiiiiiinnng! Wake Up! You wimpy grub!

6265Peachbeach‘s Attila Szamosi turned the annoying ring of the alarm clock into a cutting-edge design! After Face Tattoo this is the second time he has a submission turned into a shirt.

Even though there’s nothing to like about annoying alarm clocks, there is much to like about this design. Congrats to Attila and to Dxtr who both are rewarded with 500 $ and a 50$ coupon.

And we also have a second prize this time: Ignacio from Spain sent us this funny interpretation of the tale of little red riding hood. With this shirt you might have something to explain to children… but this is worth the fun.

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Little red cap wins 300 $ and a 50 $ shopping coupon.

(Spot the reference?)

Please welcome our new Scribtee designs that were absolutely worthy of being printed and worn on T-Shirts and winning 500 €.

Connected

Number one: Connected. The last business meeting of Jesus and his desciples, maybe argueing about future strategies, whether or not to invest in new SAP software or coordinating forces for Judgement Day. A design by Benny Kohl, who scores his second Scribtee - the first one was “Just Loving Music”, but that was way back in the days. So we are happy to see him returning.

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Number two: Mr. Tool. This handy fellow is the swiss army knife for everyone who has a creative job. And certainly a good friend of Lars Wunderlich, who brought this little Frankenstein creature to life. Since Everyone Can Be An Artist Kit is sold out in some sizes, this may be a great opportunity for some people who missed that.

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