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dicostu's picture
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T-shirt design!

Hey there,

I was hoping to get all of you lovely folks to comment on this design. It is a concept for my university's t-shirts. You'll see their original logo, then my iterations. Comments on the iterations or completely new ideas are encouraged!!

Thanks so much!

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Hof's picture

use the original, it looks better than any of the other versions. plus it's a shirt, you will have problems with the other designs when it comes to printing(unless you print it digital)

it would help if you show where the logo would be placed.

qwertyale's picture
1938 pencils

Well I can't see the t-shirt design...

you can transform lot of small unitys to build a big one.

you can make some great design with these shapes just combining aleatory positions or placing like a caleidoscope or a ring.

open your mind but make it using a blank t-shirt rough.


yes I'm brazilian xD

wgzn's picture
1916 pencils

good god, a gradient of a pseudo-halftone? good luck getting that screen printed. it would be a moired mess.

gwells's picture
1711 pencils

if that's the actual university logo, any decently written branding information would tell you that you weren't allowed to do that to the logo.

i agree with hof. use the original (the actual logo). don't make a mess of the logo.

YoungZM's picture
759 pencils

Agree to all. Branding standards wouldn't permit this usage typically and it can't actually be screened because of the gradients.

Art D. Rector's picture
2924 pencils

Don't think the printing would be a problem - there are many types of digital screen printing these days. There are also digital heat transfer options that will print anything you can create on a computer for a fairly reasonable price too.

However - it's inappropriate for a university imho.

wgzn's picture
1916 pencils

"digital heat transfer options that will print anything you can create on a computer for a fairly reasonable price too."

is that a fancy way of saying "iron-on"?

; )

Art D. Rector's picture
2924 pencils

I can't slip anything past you!

mrcoupon's picture
346 pencils

Aesthetically it's not doing anything better than the original. I would never use this as a logo, but I could see #3 working as a wraparound sweater.

Colinz's picture
24 pencils

2 thro 4 look like a hot iron has smudged the perfectly good original design.

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