T-shirt logo design tool
duffy at fedoraproject.org
Mon Dec 8 14:21:30 UTC 2008
Does anyone have suggestions for the tags for the Boston
Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Máirín Duffy wrote:
>> Charlie Brej wrote:
>>> Nicu Buculei wrote:
>>>> Paul W. Frields wrote:
>>>>> Wow, that's pretty cool! Any idea whether this would reproduce
>>>>> faithfully at the T-shirt printer?
>>>> I guess some of the smallest fonts are to small, not sure about the
>>>> print, but they will be impossible to read. Maybe adding a stroke
>>>> will help with this too.
>>> Yeah, I accidentally reduced all fonts by 1 which effects the small
>>> fonts the most. (now fixed)
>>> I also just one of just the fedora logo
>>> http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~brejc8/temp/try4.png /
>> Wow this is beautiful!!!
>> Does anyone have any suggestions for the list of tags that we use? One
>> idea we had in #fedora-art yesterday was to use the tags to not only
>> give the basic info (january 2009, fudcon, boston, etc) but to relate
>> the host city to the four f's of fedora...
>> freedom (could be used for historical or current freedom-related events):
>> boston freedom trail, boston tea party, paul revere's ride ... ?
>> features (could be used for landmarks or cultural points of interest):
>> big dig, zakim bridge, prudential center, museum of fine arts ... ?
>> friends (famous people in the city or maybe from the city area?):
>> mayor thomas menino, governor deval patrick, sen. edward kennedy,
>> john f. kennedy ... ?
>> first (things the city was first at, things that were invented there,
>> first public library in the US, fire truck invented, small pox
>> vaccine invented, spring bed invented, truss-type bridge invented,
>> stereoscopic x-rays invented ... ?
>> What do you think of this idea?
> One thing that might be cool too is each of the four bubbles of the
> fudcon logo is associated with one of the four f's.... so all the tags
> that relate to freedom could go in one particular fudcon logo bubble...
> or we could just use the Fedora logo. Either way :)
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