Current T-shirt Designs for Chris Choi and Tanya Kumar

April 23, 2010
By Tanya_Kumar

5 Responses to “ Current T-shirt Designs for Chris Choi and Tanya Kumar ”

  1. Haeun_Kim on April 23, 2010 at 3:32 pm

    I like red one :)

  2. Tanya_Kumar on April 23, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    Ok so I had written descriptions for both shirts but it seems like all of it was lost when I uploaded the post.

    SHARE THE POWER

    The fist on the shirt is made up of A-, A+. B-, B+, AB-, and AB+ blood types. We are planning on eventually printing 100- 150 shirts and selling them for $15, as evidence of the success and potential of funding through good t-shirt designs.

    We may alter the design slightly to emphasize the cross more either on the front or on the back or start a campaign of three different hands- not sure yet but all feedback would be appreciated!

    PASSION(BLOOD TYPE T-SHIRTS)

    This t-shirt is one of a line we designed that would consist of 8 different shirts. It was inspired by a campaign done by Kevin Gentile, but we took the concept and pushed it to become suitable for a t-shirt line and created new ideas from his concept.

    Other shirts would have the words:
    HERO-
    B+RAVERY
    HEA-RT
    AB-LE
    PO+WER
    B=OLD
    CAPAB+LE

    The idea behind this line would be that those who donate more than $15 online, or purchase the shirt at a retail store would have the option of choosing the shirt that relates to their blood type, making it more personal to the buyer.

  3. Yina_Ma on April 29, 2010 at 9:49 pm

    I kind of like the idea you separate different types in different shirts. The fist one is powerful but it’s a little bit hard to see the shape…may be just me. I like the
    “HERO-
    B+RAVERY
    HEA-RT
    AB-LE
    PO+WER
    B=OLD
    CAPAB+LE”
    words so much.

    Yina

  4. Maya_Sariahmed on April 30, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    These look beautiful! I love the idea of having these grow into a simple series–maybe there are two more versions of hands that are showing different actions?

  5. Julynn_Benedetti on April 30, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    I think it’s interesting that you used blood types as a means to promote the Red Cross.
    This is sort of a silly aside, but I know that although people in class didn’t know what their blood types were, it’s really very prominent in Korean culture (like horoscopes). Maybe you can promote these to the Korean Red Cross. :)