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October 31, 2008

Thunderbird t-shirts

Tags: Mozilla Messaging — 10:09 am Comments (4)

I need some help with the Thunderbird t-shirt.  What’s your preference for the background color?  We definitely need a black Thunderbird t-shirt.  I’m leaning towards the dark green and royal blue.

What do you think?  (also these aren’t the actual t-shirts, the logo in front is just to see how the logo looks on the various color shirts)


  1. Not sure what they look like in real life, but via the interwebs as a jpg I wonder if there’s enough contrast. Black is pretty much mandatory, but I think the blue in particular might not pop very much. For that reason, I think I’d lean towards the gray since it’s a pretty high contrast shirt, and the least “offensive” of the bunch, and by that I mean most people wouldn’t mind the color even if they like another more.

    Comment by Robert Accettura — October 31, 2008 @ 10:24 am

  2. A light gray versus a dark gray? I think a light gray would work. The colors above since as you’re right it’s a jpg are: light blue, royal blue, navy blue, green, black, red, light gray, light brown, light green.

    Comment by rebron — October 31, 2008 @ 10:33 am

  3. I like the green and I like the light blue. Are you making women’s t-shirts too? What about fabric? The Google ones are made from bamboo fibers and are super soft!

    Comment by G&P — October 31, 2008 @ 10:58 am

  4. Definitely a black one, I fully agree with the contrast comment and because of that I really like the bottom 3 then the top 2 (from left to right) and the dark green.
    I have nothing against red but I don’t care for the combination of the logo and red together.

    Although perhaps not a technically accurate presentation, I think that the logo would look much better without the shadow but I don’t care for it on the logo as it is. It’s messy, kind of smeared looking. There should be a shadow but with less blur. It keeps the logo from looking sharp and crisp.

    Comment by Ken Saunders — November 3, 2008 @ 10:40 am

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