hunterdt got their new t-shirt by running a design contest:
Zombie T-Shirt Design Needed
Check out hunterdt's T-shirt contest…
I may ultimately need 2 different styles. One for hardcore zombie fans and one for students or people who don't want massive zombies on their shirt (e.g. could be on the cuter side). These shirts should really pop and be visual. Don't stay conservative. I want people to think that these are the best zombie shirts ever. Here are some ideas I've had (not stuck to any of them): - Large photo of a zombie, perhaps eating a textbook or on a school playground, etc - "Zombie-Based Learning" t-shirt but it looks like it has gone through the apocalypse, blood and flesh cuts in it - Lots of illustrated characters covering the whole shirt around the title. Maybe characters of 2d sprites. Characters of professors, zombies, students, teachers, librarians, police officers, more zombies, etc. Fun and childish. - Any other great ideas!
This shirt is for "Zombie-Based Learning." I would like "Zombie-Based Learning" to be in the design if it works, but "ZBL" would be the minimum amount of text. This is promoting a geography curriculum that is set in the zombie apocalypse. See http://www.zombiebased.com for more info on it. This shirt will be dye sublimated. So it can be full color, photographic, etc. It will be dyed only on the front of a shirt from neck to waist and sleeve to sleeve. The full image is 40"x30". It will be dyed onto a white shirt. The edges of the shirt (around hem, armpits, etc) will have some distortion due to the way it is printed, so the image should take that into consideration.
What to avoid
Nudity, alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes. Swear words. Stereotypes of any race, ethnicity, gender, or orientations.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. T-shirt starts at $269.
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It all began with a design brief.
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