Monday, March 5, 2012

Threadless T-Shirt Design

    I just finished my third project for my Graphic Design class today and I'm quite proud of it.  The objective was to choose four animals from a list of about twenty, and create a consistent set of symbols that could possibly be used for wayfinding (maps, and signs and such) in a zoo.  We have been working on it for nearly a month now and I'm glad to say I'm done.  But, I enjoyed my little creations so much, I decided to go out on a limb and submit them as a t-shirt design for Threadless T-Shirts.

    If enough people vote and comment positively regarding my design, it gets printed and sold by Threadless and I get $2,000.00!  I know it's a loooooong shot, but I figure, I spent so much time (and tuition money) on this project, I might as well try to make a little bank off of it, right?

    Anyway, it should be up for voting in a day or two, pending approval, and once it is, I'd like you to take a few minutes and maybe leave a comment or register and vote for it.  Like I said, my design getting printed is a long shot since I didn't set out to make a t-shirt design per se, but that $2Gs is just too tempting not to at least try.

    Score this design: "Zoo Friends," to help it get printed on Threadless!

可愛いね! (Cute, isn't it!)


じゃあ、ね!

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