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MPScan 04-11-2012 07:55 AM

Jeep T-Shirt Design: Your Input Needed
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One of my best friends is a graphic designer and owns a t-shirt company. Actually, it's a fairly large and popular one. He's looking for some feedback on a Jeep t-shirt he is currently designing. See the attached image.

Let me know what you guys think. Anything to add? remove? change? Wording, style, message, etc. It's all up for discussion.

Once the design is finalized in the next few weeks and he enters production, I can post a link if you're interested in getting one.

P.S. I am also trying to get him to make a custom Jeep related spare tire cover, although expanding the printing to that avenue (from clothing/cotton) has proven to be challenging for him, but he's working on it.

deathphoenix99 04-11-2012 08:12 AM

Get rid of the side step and it'd be good. Could always make a reference to big axles, like Dana 44's or bigger. Also, have the engine pointed out, make it either the trusty 4.0L or a V8 of your choosing. Depending on price, I'm interested.

DrewG 04-11-2012 10:19 AM

I'd change "bucket seat" to "Jeeper holder" or "idiot holder"...somthing like that...

SandDevil93 04-11-2012 10:31 AM

1. Don't say "side step", say something like "rock slider" or "slider step"
2. Add "skid plates"
3. Maybe add "CB antenna"

I would buy one. :) Subscribed! Good luck.

Peepers 04-11-2012 10:44 AM

Good Idea, but It looks a little crowded. I also think you don't need to label the front and rear tire as "mudders", same for front and rear fender flairs, one should suffice, but thats just my opinion.

Maybe under the "anatomy of a jeep", put "so you can understand" in smaller text or parenthases, these things -> (). In relation to the its a jeep thing, you wouldn't understand...

Seat could be called Jeeper Holder or something more creative. I like the CB antenna Idea. Maybe do a backseat (crossed out) - No back seat thing.

Dextreme 04-11-2012 11:11 AM

So is it legal to make/sell things that say "Jeep" and not violate a Chrysler's copyright? If so, I gotta fire up my vinyl cutter and heat press again. :popcorn:

InfernoGirl 04-11-2012 12:40 PM


Originally Posted by Dextreme (Post 2245548)
So is it legal to make/sell things that say "Jeep" and not violate a Chrysler's copyright? If so, I gotta fire up my vinyl cutter and heat press again. :popcorn:

Excellent point.... Pretty sure Chrysler will come knockin' looking for their nickel.......

Cool shirt tho'. I agree with the rock sliders and skid plates, CB w/antenna

Terrapin 04-11-2012 12:45 PM

have a man or woman standing next to the rig with a empty wallet

MPScan 04-11-2012 03:46 PM

All good suggestions, thanks. I'll pass them along!

Regarding the copyright, there are no issues. Once certain copyrights pass certain thresholds (too hard to explain here), they are subject to common use that don't impact the copyright holder.

Example: [Microsoft] Windows. You can make a "Windows Sucks" t-shirt that doesn't violate the Microsoft copyright.

KBR97 04-11-2012 04:26 PM

Get rid of "Bull Bar", just change it to bumper.
Bull bars are for RAV4's and CRV's

Nano 04-11-2012 06:23 PM

Have an arror pointing to the Gas cap/tank and have the caption say "$#@&!" or make it appear that the writer crossed it out really hard in frustration.

Nano 04-11-2012 06:24 PM

Have an arrow pointing to the area right in front of the front wheel with the caption

"Place one or more of the following items here:

PA . JAY 04-11-2012 09:49 PM

couple years ago their were JEEP shirts from K-mart to Macys now I have a jeep cant a shirt anywhere .

Z-TJ 04-11-2012 11:47 PM

Put a cooler in the back and have it say " rear seat removed to fit cooler"

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