FUDcon Shirts

I forgot to post my pictures of the FUDcon shirts. They came out great. Andreas gave us the idea of having a tag cloud to illustrate the shirt, and Charlie Brej wrote us a tool to generate the tag clouds from the FUDcon and Fedora logos.

Also, because of popular demand, they are black instead of white!

(modeled by Ray Strode!)

One thing I learned producing these shirts is that two layers of ink are used on black t-shirts like this, so there are two layers of white, and a layer of white underneath the blue. Good to know, I suppose, since it affects the price.

About Máirín Duffy

Máirín is a principal interaction designer at Red Hat. She is passionate about software freedom and free & open source tools, particularly in the creative domain: her favorite application is Inkscape. You can read more from Máirín on her blog at blog.linuxgrrl.com.


13 thoughts on “FUDcon Shirts

  1. those shirts are really cool

    Posted by spevack | January 12, 2009, 5:39 pm
  2. Wow

    Those turned out really sweet. Great job!
    – Andreas Nilsson

    Posted by Anonymous | January 12, 2009, 8:55 pm
  3. How much more expensive is it to do a black shirt like this instead of the usual white? Do you need to do multiple layers even on light gray material?

    Posted by ajaxxx | January 13, 2009, 3:03 am
  4. I am surprised to not see girls commenting on this post about how sexy is the model (Ray)

    Posted by nicubunulj | January 13, 2009, 7:52 am
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