[Novalug] T-Shirt design page updates with Mark Mertz's designs
Miles D. Oliver
miles.d.oliver at gmail.com
Sat Mar 24 09:51:45 EDT 2012
Or at least put something in that fin...
On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 9:49 AM, Miles D. Oliver
<miles.d.oliver at gmail.com>wrote:
> I'd lower the angle of that outstretched 'fin' or put a bend in it or
> something. Some may consider it a bit sinister. Maybe it is me but it does
> have a little 'HEIL' look about it.
> I'm not looking for things that aren't there but it does catch me a bit
> I'll have to send over my idea but it is just 'TUX" himself with novaLug
> off to the left. short, sweet, and easy.
> I'm going to get my wife to run my idea out on her sewing machine on a
> black piece of fabric and see what it looks like.
> We paid several thousand dollars for this machine with all the embroidery
> stuff I might as well get something I want out of it.
> On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 9:08 AM, Nick Danger <nick at hackermonkey.com>wrote:
>> On 03/22/2012 09:51 PM, Mark A. Metz wrote:
>> > I sent another concept piece to Bonnie tonight.
>> > I've been trying to think of ideas particular to Virginia since nobody
>> > has come forward with any ideas particular to NOVALUG.
>> I like your new idea. I think the wig should be white as it gets lost in
>> tux's head. Took me a minute to figure out it was a wig (whig?) and not
>> a helmet. I like the ribbon novalug around the bottom.
>> If we go with a 'cheaper' printer and we dont have some crazy minimum
>> order, is there any reason we couldn't change up every year? Two places
>> I do get regular shirts from (if I like them) are Lenny and Joes, and
>> the Rover fest I go to in southern VA. They change style and design each
>> year to reflect that year. Lenny and Joes is a family trip each summer
>> and Rover fest is every fall, except last one I didn't make it.
>> Obviously if we go with a polo/heavier shirt I would excpet it to last
>> longer and probably not a new one each year, but I don't expect years
>> and years of life from a tshirt.
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