As a cancer survivor myself I had to bring at least one design to the table. Its more of a call to action for us designer's, but I thought it was a start. I suck at writing, but I am still giving it some thought.
The pencil in the ribbon shape to me stands for more than a designer, but for all who are sitting down and trying to come up with a cure.
any feed back welcome.
6 months ago
This is awesome! Fantastic design. Love the heart as the pencil tip, nice touch!
@Sean Farrell thank you sir.
I agree, the heart tip is a fantastic detail.
smart. dig it.
@Scott Greci , @Barak Tamayo and @brian hurst thx guys. appreciate the feedback.
Definitely agree about the heart…great touch, Mike. That's awesome to know you are a survivor. I pray they find a cure someday.
Definitely one I haven't seen before - awesome!
Great design and cause!
Love it! Perfectly sums up what Design vs Cancer is! The heart is such a golden nugget in this design!
I think the ' in "designer's" should be removed for grammatical purposes though.
Awesome job Mike & thanks so much for getting involved! Thanks for sharing your story and knowing this can be beaten!
Love this brotha!
@Mike Bruner, this is great - love the concept and execution. Who wouldn't want to wear this?! Awesome work!
@Kevin Burr Thanks, bud. me too on the cure.
@Veronique Zayas Thank you.
@Simon Frouws Design Thanks Simon. +:-)
@Peter Deltondo Thanks, man. Means a lot. Hope this campaign can create some nice awareness and generate some moneys for more research for that cure. One step at a time, I guess. I've been showing no more cancer in my tests for almost 8 years now (knock on wood) and hope that continues to stay clear. And check out the attachment, I fixed that little " problem. Thanks, nice catch blew right by me.
@Mike Jones THX, Mike. And thanks for your involvement in this project. Keep it going. cheers.
@Paul Wronski kind words, thank you.
I missed this one. Love it, Mike.
5 months ago
@Inka Mathew Thanks for the comment, Inka.
Appreciate it! :)
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