Pale Horse Design Has Skills

March 5, 2010 | Written by Darren | Category: Clothing Lines

The amount of time that goes into some of these t-shirt designs is absolutely mind-boggling. The thought process it takes to create the details is equally as mind blowing. Pale Horse Design is a great example of this.

The first design, Ritual Skull, is so exceptional that it makes you forget they are a 1-color black print on white shirts. The oversized design is a plus for the amount of detail because it ensures that nothing is missed. Also, the use of waterbased inks is a real plus with that much ink coverage because it creates a very soft feel as opposed to plastisol ink.


The next print is called Yami – The Tibetan Goddess of Death. The imagery is amazing. You don’t know if you want to kiss her or run from her. I just wish the product page would tell us the story about her. Why should we be further involved or invest in the design? I think there is an opportunity to give customers a story with the shirts.


And finally this brings us to Yamantaka – Slayer of Death. This is on guy that you definitely don’t want to kiss. I love the choice of blue to set off the white and gray on black. The design is fierce and speaks for itself.


Pale Horse Design has skills. Enough said.

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