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* - Silent in the morning. Just like our toast.
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I can’t help but wonder why toastyboy has been absent from this thread lately.
Grateful69Phish wrote:anybody this stupid doesn't become naturally intelligent!
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These images reflect the visual soundwave, (audio when spoken), of each letter in the name 'PHISH'.

I'm going to get pricing to have t-shirts printed, (without the text). Which color combo is your preference? I'd like to get an idea of which color combo to start with. Gonna' try to sell 'em on other various sites. Thanks in advance for your input.

Traditional orange/blue (donut colors-black bg)
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Traditional orange/blue (donut colors-teal bg)
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Green/pink (white bg)
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Sat Mar 31, 2018 6:58 pm

I personally hate black teee shirts, and white is kinda boring. There’s just something about black tee shirts. Lots of old men wear them, and they don’t stay crisp black for long, so they look ragged and worn after a few washes.

Cool idea. I like the contrast of th colors on the white and black best though, so not sure this helps.
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This is the information I'm looking for. Thanks for responding!

bryn, what color tees do you usually go for? I'm using the input that I receive to make decisions on what color to start with. I can edit soundwave colors to suit shirt color.

Funny story, (speaking of black tshirts). I bought a coworker a printed black tshirt for is bday. Many months later, he wore it to work and I asked him why it looked brand new. He told me that he loved the shirt so much...he never washed it, but had it dry-cleaned instead. Heh.
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Sat Mar 31, 2018 9:24 pm

make them like running shirts instead of cotton. better for dancing in the show
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Oh, wow...great idea, stuckey. THANKS!
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Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:13 pm

My .02 - wavs are (at least in the programs I use) typically blue on white or neon green on black.
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Good information. THANKS!

It's probably best to stay with two colors...less expensive. I can put a slight glow behind the colors and see how it looks.
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20 years! :shock:
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stuckeyc wrote:make them like running shirts instead of cotton. better for dancing in the show

Agree in part. At least go 50/50 blend, but those nice cotton shirts by next level are great, albeit slim fitting. But a complete full running/exercise fiber would be great.
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IWish wrote:This is the information I'm looking for. Thanks for responding!

bryn, what color tees do you usually go for? I'm using the input that I receive to make decisions on what color to start with. I can edit soundwave colors to suit shirt color.

Funny story, (speaking of black tshirts). I bought a coworker a printed black tshirt for is bday. Many months later, he wore it to work and I asked him why it looked brand new. He told me that he loved the shirt so much...he never washed it, but had it dry-cleaned instead. Heh.
I go for anything but white and black. Well, I sometimes do white, but never black, ever. After that, I like grey, blue, green, orange, red in that order.
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squalie wrote:20 years! :shock:
One of the top highlights seeing Phish for me over the last 24 years was doing that entire run. Gadzooks.
ottomatik71 wrote:Your punk ass attitude isn't going to help you get this print.
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Wed Apr 04, 2018 5:29 pm

Some good finds if you’re ISO any of this stuff!

https://waterwheel-foundation.myshopify ... ctions/all
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earlgreytoast wrote:Some good finds if you’re ISO any of this stuff!

https://waterwheel-foundation.myshopify ... ctions/all
Thanks earl!
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