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Chockstone T-shirts?

jens
30/09/2003
5:53:28 PM
Hey Mike, this might generate a little fighting fund, and help with the up-keep of the site.

I like the simple logo on the bottom of your email. Simple yet gets the point accross. In tune with the computer heritage.

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Just a thought!"

jens
30/09/2003
5:56:17 PM
Formatting is out a bit , as I can see. Sorry for stealing from you, Mike!

Mike
1/10/2003
9:31:17 AM
Thanks Jens, that actually looks quite good. I've started a page over here: Chockstone T-Shirts. Keep those designs coming!

nmonteith
1/10/2003
10:36:31 AM
I hate the font! it is unreadable...

Scratch
1/10/2003
10:54:43 AM
i second that. get a better font!

good ascii art though
BA
Online Now
1/10/2003
11:27:32 AM
I like the ascii art and agree that the font needs changing. If you want a "computer" orientated look how about one of the OCR fonts, Bank Gothic or a bog standard Courier font?
dodgy
1/10/2003
11:53:09 AM
On 30/09/2003 oweng wrote:
Ive got something against the
>"No Fear' style t-shirts that shout "look at me im a rockclimber". Keep
>it simple i recon.

Agreed on the No Fear bullshit,
Rock climbing version is definately "Know Fear"

Mike
1/10/2003
12:24:50 PM
On 1/10/2003 nmonteith wrote:
>I hate the font! it is unreadable...

I've modified Jen's design a little to use couier new font. Refresh T-Shirt page. The image could be small on the shirt itself. Top right as previously suggested perhaps. Keep those suggestions coming.

Neil, perhaps we could use one of your photos, that could be made into a silhouette of a climber on steep terrain? Any suggestions for the back of the T?

Alex
1/10/2003
12:26:45 PM
Just realised the chockstone gathering would be the ideal time/place to get these shirts given to people if we can get it designed/printed in time, though its probably a little short notice..

nmonteith
1/10/2003
1:08:19 PM
I think it woudl be nicer to keep the web adress away from the clean logo.
joemor
1/10/2003
1:23:03 PM
neil your a wiz on photochop/ illistrator or the likes how bout a quick design?

alrob
1/10/2003
1:51:59 PM
Neil, what about the photo of you on "stepping on snakes", with the purple sky?

or even get someone to draw something like this from the ascf site?


it would look good with a simple text

shiltz
1/10/2003
1:56:09 PM
I think the ASCII art is great!

alrob
1/10/2003
2:09:40 PM


this is one i did to one of my photos.

is this starting to get too complicated for the t-shirt?

nmonteith
1/10/2003
2:25:09 PM
If i had the time!! ekk - work.
JohnK
1/10/2003
2:35:03 PM
Alrob, your design/style looks great. No probs as modern screen printers can even do 4 colour photo images these days at a flick of a switch.

Whatever the final design people come up with in my opinion the design itself needs to capture the spirit of climbing: Words that may described this include rugged, inspirational, adventurours, free, achieving and wild.

From my last t-shirt sourcing excersise, a white 200 gsm t-shirt will cost around the $10-$15 at most depending on quantities. Very competitive industry, whoever organises this just let your fingers do the talking in the Yellow Pages. It may also be worthwhile to cost out a long sleeve t-shirt option as well. On many occsions, screen printers have lots of left overs from large jobs and are all too eager to get rid of exceess stock at low cost.


joemor
1/10/2003
2:49:52 PM
If only photoshop was online Neil..... ;P

nmonteith
1/10/2003
3:24:32 PM
ok - a quick example


..::- Chris -::..
1/10/2003
3:24:56 PM
Alrob, Let me guess.... Pilot Error Pose shot ?? hehehe
The old 1 hand hang chalk up works well too.. urrr so I've heard hehehe..
Nice photo anyway!!!
Chris : )

Hardware
1/10/2003
3:28:09 PM
There was a slogan that was used in a rock mag advertising The North Face clothing with James Casay on it. He was apparently quoted in saying "Some sports only require one ball" !!! Maybe we could have something like this ???


Jevon.

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