Day 15 : 29 July 2002 (17 entries)

Jared Benson's picture

Sorry for the delay. We're flooded over here. This post merely scratches the surface, more to come...

15001.front

15001.back

15002.front

15002.back

15003.front

15003.back

15004.front

15004.back

15005.front

15005.back

15006.front

15006.detail

15006.back

15007.front

15007.back

15008.front

15009.front

15010.front

15010.back

whynot's picture

002 has my vote. Nice graphic work.

hrant's picture

> 15.001 is quite obscure. I love it.

Is it "typophile" spelled with an HTF "ornaments" font?

BTW, "the anonymous person": I know who you are.

Which makes me think: what if we had a contest to see who can identify the most designers (by looking at their designs)?

hhp

fonthausen's picture

> 15.002, you could also try: 'typedesign is not a crime'

Jacques

matthew_dob's picture

15.002 reminds me of a particular publisher of choral music in whose music you will find a different anti-photocopying message on each page. It used to provide my (very bored) choir with hours of enjoyment (we were young).

Matthew

Jared Benson's picture

Hrant, name that tune!

hrant's picture

I don't get it. Am I supposed to try to guess who made that shirt? Or do you mean the Roy Preston one?

Anyway, I think it's bad to try to publicly (sp?) guess who made which shirt before the winner is declared. But since it could be so much fun maybe you should allow a short lag between choosing the winner and annoucing which one it is, so that in the interim we can try guessing. And the person who guesses the most gets a free shirt. Deal?

hhp

booska's picture

the back of no. 6 would be the best in this lot as a front. too disconnected with the front anyway.

Joe Pemberton's picture

Haha! It keeps getting better...

15.001 is quite obscure. I love it.

Joe Pemberton's picture

I don't recognize the ornaments. (It's not
Hoefler Text Ornaments, anyway).

Joe Pemberton's picture

How did I miss 15.006? Nice.

I agree, Jason, 15.006 front and 15.006 back
would both be better as two different shirts.

Many of the shirts would do better if they were
greatly simplified. Just distilled down to one
distinct concept. (This principle is not new, nor is it
unique to shirts...)

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