Completely agree. I just feel like I wouldn't be able to wear any of these discreetly or even comfortably. Those enormous screen prints never seem to lay comfortably on the body, nor survive more than a few washes without cracking.
the mope one was good for color choice and the godfather/hitchcock kinda styled one was just great. the big graphics are very in right now and when done well and on the right body shape they look fantastic. the one using negative space is nicely done, a lot of my own illustrations use this a lot, but i think it works better as a poster flier than a shirt because you end up looking around for the image which is neat but not always the best visual presentation i would want to make. maybe a color change would help like perhaps it being in white making the contrast a little less and bringing the shape of the whole image easier to recognize at a glance. still good stuff though so keep at it please
I like it, too, but I'm surprised you don't consider it something a "sycophant" would wear.
I see so much that I want, but I'd love for him to add this one:
Oh a sycophant would love it! I was kind of joking when I said I liked it. Though Halloween is just around the corner. Time to dress up as something 'other.' I could go as a Christian. Or a sycophant (cult member).
What's the difference?
Well, it would be cheap and not difficult to throw something together. You could find a full, knee length skirt to wear with some odd looking sweater and hold a bible. Or dress as a nun, of course. If someone approached you and said, "Oh, I love your necklace!" You could then, while they're looking closer and realizing it has nothing to do with Jesus Christ, mutter, "Happy Halloween!"