Robodance was a design for a t-shirt submission on Design By Humans, a popular platform for showcasing and selling creative designs. The design aimed to capture attention with its unique blend of colours, intricate patterns, and bold lettering. Its eye-catching appeal was intended to appeal to a broad audience and make a statement.
However, despite its potential, the design, unfortunately, did not receive enough votes to be selected for printing. It’s a common occurrence on design platforms, as user voting plays a significant role in determining which designs get produced.
Nevertheless, the disappointment of not being chosen does not diminish the creativity and effort put into the design. Each submission is a labour of love, a manifestation of the artist’s vision and talent. It serves as a reminder that success in the creative realm is a journey filled with both triumphs and setbacks.
Interestingly enough, even though the design didn’t make it as a t-shirt, there’s a possibility that its essence might have found another purpose. Our team suspects that this design, or elements of it, may have been repurposed as a postcard design for the Urbanscape event. Urbanscape, known for its celebration of urban culture and art, often collaborates with talented artists to create visually captivating postcards. While we cannot confirm this speculation, it’s exciting to imagine that the design’s vibrant aesthetic might have found an alternative outlet to reach a wider audience.
While it’s disappointing that the design wasn’t selected for printing, it’s important to remember that success in the creative world often hinges on subjective opinions and the ever-changing tastes of the audience. Rejection is a part of the process, and it serves as an opportunity for growth, refinement, and the exploration of new creative avenues.
So let this design be a testament to your artistic journey, a reminder that every submission brings you one step closer to reaching your goals. It may not have been the right fit for a t-shirt, but who knows where its influence may have surfaced.