Ideas for T-shirts
(2009 Jan blog post)
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I had a serious quality-of-life health problem around 2003 to 2006.
I have documented that problem in my 'I was a Sugar Guinea Pig' blog post.
It was actually becoming a life-threatening problem, but I found the cause and solution in time.
In any event, in trying to figure a way that I could get the word out --- better than these blog posts --- I finally realized that I should put my message on T-shirts --- and wear those T-shirts frequently.
From getting out the word on health issues (learned the hard way), it was then a natural transition to think of messages for t-shirts in other areas --- energy, environment, economy, government, media.
Ideas for t-shirts on the economy came rather naturally during the U.S. (and world) financial "meltdown" of 2008 --- in particular, the events like
Events like these make it easy to think of ideas for t-shirt messages. The trick is to make the messages concise and to the point.
START OF T-SHIRT DESIGNS on economic issues :
I have ideas for multiple designs on economic issues. I am going to record them here, so that I do not forget them. Thus I will have the ideas for reference --- for touch-up and for seeding more ideas.
So here are my economy-oriented T-shirt designs in plain-text form --- perhaps with an image file (PNG or JPEG or GIF) added occasionally.
T-SHIRT 1 :
If the U.S. FINANCIAL SYSTEM
T-SHIRT 2 :
Freemarket Capitalism without
T-SHIRT 3 :
FoxNews and CNBC and CNN financial philosophy :
Costs of having 'message T-shirts' made
Here is the cost, in May 2008, of 24 t-shirts in a simple all-text design, like #1 above.
$30.00 for art charges, at $30.00 per hour
white, $5.20 each
(14 large, 5 medium, 5 small)
$10.94 sales tax
Balance due on pick-up.
Average price per shirt was $9.57.
I have posted some of my designs for T-shirts --- and for hats and buttons --- at my OLD zazzle.com page.
These are mostly 'preliminary' designs. Fonts need improvement, for example.
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Page was posted 2009 Jan 20.