Christian Weerts wrote:
> * Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org> [020524 12:58]:
> > There may still be a chance to get some special and cool t-shirts
> > manufactured. Here are some proposals I made. Perhaps somebody
> > would like to comment on them?
> > http://luonnotar.infodrom.org/~joey/LT/2002/
> Hmm, just had a look at the proposals. Here is my vote-list,
> from most-wanted to ... ;)
> Prop 5,3,4,2,1,6
> Another proposal, without decrease Joey's work:
They're ugly, I know that, no need to conceal that.
> What about an t-shirt with the same motiv like the CD?
Would we be allowed to?
It would have a printing problem, which is the main reason I
didn't even start to think about it. It's best when there are
no shades and no mixed colours on a t-shirt when it should be
Shades and gradients are possible, but only with different
printing techniques and they're more likely to get weared away.
> Probably the globe in the hand with a swirl mounted on it?
In that case I'd even say that it should not contain the swirl but
only the artwork and the web address.
> Joey: How is the deadline for changing the motiv?
> Is a more colourfull motiv acceptable? What about the price?
Each color increses the prices by EUR 1-4 (haven't calculated that yet).
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