And music fills the air.
J-Ryze always plays pop culture in the background to inform his work. TV, movies, or music that resonates with his intended design and message. So when sketching out the "Queen In Motion" concept, on goes Beyonce's 'Girls Run The World.' If he realizes this draft isn't up to par, he'll move on to another concept. Let's say he tries all the concepts, but none feel quite right, until he begins drafting "Dream Big, Twerk Hard". He switches the music to 'Twerk It Like Miley' by Brandon Beal, and a design starts coming to life.
The placeholder lettering he'd inserted also gets refined.
He can't just slap any old font on there. The letters have to speak. They have to sing with every line. So a typeface with proper curves is chosen. As is a typeface with the right amount of 'boldness' for dreams. Manual tweaks are made to get them to play nicely together.
And he still hasn't finalized the polished logo, graphic, or glyph yet. And that step is harder than one might think. In this case, he's creating a twerker silhouette. But... simply tracing a silhouette of a woman just ends up as kind of a mess. Try it yourself and you'll see, there's hair-strands everywhere, fingers when shrunk down are too tiny to see, and everything needs to be turned up to 11 in order to stand out on the tee.
All these considerations for one t-shirt, lol.
Anyway, the point is that @RyzeGear isn't interns barely learning their craft, pulling designs out of their behinds, like you get at most large corporate brands. Nuh-uh. Every detail of J-Ryze's research, concepts, and environment are intentionally chosen to inspire a truly compelling design.
And he throws away more drafts than he keeps, selecting only the best to be served up to wonderful people like yourself. Your clothes don't have to be disposable, replaceable throwaways. Your clothes can be meaningful, masterful pieces worth showing off, worth talking about, worth investing in.
Which is why we pour a lot of love into every design.
Better designs, better you.