about 1 year ago
jeeeze! So good.
The headdress looks great! now let's all go make an old fashioned...
You're a monster dude. Perfectly executed.
Good one Contino!
One of my all time favorites.
wow this is awesome. i give up... :)
Cray-Z. I am imagining this will appear at the back of some denim pants.
I've removed my original comment, because it was impulsive and even tho, I stand by my opinion, this wasn't the place or case for it.
Didn't mean for it to get so out of hand either.
I've talked to Jon and we've resolved it. Turns out he's a very nice and cool guy.
This was a case of "judging a book by its cover" and I didn't word it properly at all. But I'm man enough to admit when I make a mistake.
So I hereby publicly apologize to Jon for my impulsive comment.
Moving on :)
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase Wow, are you serious? There's any number of things I can say back to that, but the shear obnoxiousness and ignorance to your statement leads me to do otherwise.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase Not sure I follow... Care to elaborate on why this illustration is arrogant/disrespectful?
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase I'm honestly extremely surprised by this. The project your looking at is for a client. The client REQUESTED a Native American be used on this label for a new brand of bitters that has a story rooted in Native American history and culture. So saying something is "shitty" is obnoxious and then just assuming I'm doing it to be disrespectful is just ridiculous.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase Haha, wow dude. You have absolutely no information regarding this particular job, yet you continue to make ridiculous statements.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase I'm sorry, are you trying to stir up controversy on purpose? There's no reason I need to explain anything to you, but for your information, I really like the backstory behind this brand and it's actually something I was excited to work on. Where I'm from in New York actually has a very rich Native American past and the client and I have done a lot of research to make sure everything was done properly. I see absolutely nothing offensive about this. The only thing I find offensive is this soapbox you're on out of the blue.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase Controversy or not, I don't think it should empower you to sound like a jerk or pass judgement. If you don't care for it, bite your tongue.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase There's no reason I need to leave any description, these are just screenshots and I don't owe you or anyone else a single bit of information. If someone has a question, they can ask like a normal person instead of making a rude comment. I will gladly explain any background information.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase I'm not sure what your affiliation with American Indians are but this is not the avenue for being offensive and inflammatory. @Jon Contino took the time show some of his work, which is very good and enjoyed by the community. If you don't like it, then don't hit the like button and move on. There's no reason to make assumptions and slander anyone's character, though. That's not what we're here on dribbble for.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase Listen, you can debate me however you want, it doesn't matter what anyone says in defense of me. I just think your argument is ridiculous and it was posed in an extremely rude way. If you were nice about this and said "How do you feel about doing a design that has such controversial history?" Then I would answer you like an adult. You're coming out of the gate like someone who has something to prove and that's just weird.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase Is this a facebook meme? Better delete those comments so it looks like we're talking to ourselves.
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