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Creating a shirt for our company _help!_

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by designerFellow, Mar 5, 2002.

  1. designerFellow

    designerFellow New Member

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    I'm a graphic designer working on a shirt design for our small company. The traditional left-breast-embroidered polo is so over-done, it makes me sick, and I refuse to do it.

    Any good ideas for a company shirt that us past-our-prime middle age guys who enjoy doughnuts for breakfast would still look decent in? I'm also on a very tight budget, so HB and KC originals are out, too.

    Anyone think the filler-station uniform shirt is over-played? Bowling shirts? I'm just looking for ideas.
     
  2. j

    j Senior member Admin

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    What kind of company and situation is the shirt for? I've never been in a company where people wear those so I'd need some more background info to make suggestions.

    j.
     
  3. howbah

    howbah Senior member

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    baseball shirts with the company name in script across the front & matching caps w/logo on front.
     

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