SequentialT group shirt design for CPREA
SequentialT sells sequentially-numbered shirts to people worlwide. This design is for a t-shirt for a SequentialT group called CPREA. The shirts will be purchased and worn by people worldwide in support of Puerto Rico's statehood effort. The shirt will become an iconic symbol of this important fight.
This is a very important project for SequentialT- we expect to sell tens of thousands of these shirts worldwide. We also have many other groups for which we will need shirts designed.
I have attached a sample image of the ST sequence for Puerto Rico. When you submit your design comps, please include this image on the front of the shirt so we can see how well it goes with the design.
18 - 80, people in support of Puerto Rico's fight for statehood. Mainly in Puerto-Rico and the US but also in other countries worldwide. Purchasers are passionate about the cause, and somewhat politically motivated.
We intend to create sizes for youth and adults.
Here are the details:
- We are looking for a design which would be silk-screened on the t-shirt, with the exception of an area on the front of the shirt where the SequentialT numbering sequence will be DTG (Direct-to-Garment) printed (each shirt gets a unique number, essentially "counting in" the supporters of CPREA's effort.)
-Attached are some images from CPREA which can be used as is, altered or simply referred to for ideas (so you understand the underlying theme behind CPREA's cause.)
-Here are some important links for your reference:
- CPREA has indicated that they would like the base t-shirt to be light blue (this is the color of Puerto Rico's statehood party) and also that they want to somehow use the likeness of the party's founder, Barbosa. They indicated that they want these shirts to become as iconic for them/their cause as Che Guevara shirts are for Cuba (see the attached image).
-The designed area should be on the back of the shirt but may wrap around to the front of the shirt as well, however remember to leave an area blank for the DTG of SequentialT numbers and flag of Puerto Rico). That area is approximately the entire front of the t-shirt (see the attached image that shows a SequentialT shirt). We cannot DTG print on a shirt area that has other printing on it already.