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- Getting Nauti
This designer spends a lot of detailed focus and individual time on her designs. In my time working with her she provided us with a lot of suggestions, alterations, and creativity to match our vision. Her creative vision provided us with an intriguing, global, and unique design. I highly recommend working with her for your designs.
- herni izal
Herni is great - his designs are fabulous and he is easy to work with. The whole process with 99designs is amazing and I highly recommend it.
- John Naught
John is a great designer and is very patient as a first timer it was a pleasure to work with John and I WILL DEFINETLY use his expertise again
How Arbtalk admin started their t-shirt journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Arbtalk is an online discussion forum for arborists.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Initially I am looking for a design which will be placed on a burgundy/deep red t-shirt to match the background colour at http://www.arbtalk.co.uk. I might also like to use the design on a charcoal coloured t-shirt and perhaps other earthy colours, this could perhaps be kept in mind during the design process.
I am looking to incorporate the arbtalk logo(attached) to the design but possibly in an abstract way. I don't want the text 'arbtalk' to be the focal point of the design, rather just included somewhere discreet. I like abstract type designs, charcoal effect, vague designs. The design needs to portray the essence of tree climbing...exciting, edgy, cool, energetic, and importantly needs to make people intrigued about the website aswell as wanting to wear the t-shirt.
This is an open design for you to be as creative as you like. I would like the design to be printed on just the front of the t-shirt.
I'm open to the idea of catchy slogans as an alternative or in addition to the graphics.
A while ago I started a discussion at the forum with a view to getting images that could ultimately be used on a t-shirt design as a silhouette. This may be of use to some of you, and the pictures can be found in the following thread