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How karthik.gaekwad started their t-shirt journey
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the t-shirt?
We run an annual conference for DevOps in Austin, Texas. Devops is a technical software conference for software engineers. Last year the theme was a reunion tour, rock band style. Be sure to open the attached EPS to see last year's winner.
This year we are using a theme of collaboration and sharing. We host this conference in May around cinco de mayo, so calavera's are part of our branding. Robots are also a part of our branding. Perhaps something that visually showing robots/calavera folks collaborating together.
I've also added some of the examples that we've used in the past as well.
"Austin, TX" or "Austin"
Those are the three things we need on the shirt, everything else is fair game here. We do favor hand drawn and the example I added is a little too clip art-ish.
What to avoid
1. Any references to University of Texas or the Darrell K Royal Stadium. This includes the words "Darrell K Royal" but not a stadium in the likeness thereof. Also stay away from the color burnt orange in the design as this is a University of Texas trademark color... Long story, but we need to show no affiliation with the university even though it is where our event is located.
2. Anything scary. We need it to be rock and roll, not halloween. I know this is a tough balance since our mascot is a calavera guy, but we need your help here.
3. Too many colors. Screen printing gets thick with lots of colors.