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 Post subject: Retrobike T-Shirts
PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 12:52 am 
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Please post your suggestions, comments and interest for t-shirts on this thread.

So far Jezza, Gil and Adam have come up with designs

Gil's logo

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Jezza's designs

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Adam's designs

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 10:49 am 
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They are all very Cool. Clearly UK is still leading when it comes to design.

Few points:

- Of Jez' work I like the earlier very basic ones (see the 3 Ts)

- When opting for for another than Gil we face there are multiple housestyles for Retrobike, as only he came up with stickers (and yes, those are cool)

- Adam's designs are only a impression, but when properly done they would be great too. I think you will again end up with basic Ts, but now with some colour.

Isn't possible to integrate ideas of all designs in one? Think it will be pretty difficult to integrate Gil's design in the two other basic designs, but maybe it can be done in some way by the creative people overhere.


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Must admit I do like Jez's simple line images and these would be quite "do able" from a printing point of view, text is maybe a bit modern if anything, don't take that the wrong way Jez :wink:

The other images would be a bit of a nightmare to print correctly, but if people like them ~ hey!


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yeah - i was coming at it from a simple modernistic approach and really focusing on the t-shirt side of things.

I was taking Ruttigers (John) simplistic stance...especially when I moaned about the lack of imagery on the site in the early days - he apparantly liked the clean and simple approach.



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:51 pm 
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I quite like the simple modernistic approach to retro from Jez tbh.

Keeps the image of liking retro, without being retro. No beards and neon socks here thank you.

Or I could be speaking bolox?

The other designs are good, particularly for stickers. But I am a simple man.


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I'm liking Jezza's three earliest designs. Very cool.

I'm thinking maybe go with Gil's logo for the stickers and Jezzas for the shirts..

jez-2-many-bikes wrote:
I was taking Ruttigers (John) simplistic stance...especially when I moaned about the lack of imagery on the site in the early days - he apparantly liked the clean and simple approach.



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Hey, I'm really crap at art. Simple=easy.


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OK. Here are my two weak efforts. One you will see I have ripped off Jezza :D


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They are nice..... but I think you are a great moderator and you should be preserved for that


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 10:43 pm 
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hahah like a jam!











No offence but that was funny!


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Elev12k wrote:
They are nice..... but I think you are a great moderator and you should be preserved for that


Faint and slightly damming praise...I like it :lol:


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