I was lucky enough to have Harry pick up my job. He perfectly understood what I wanted. And he was kind enough to comply with my numerous requests without grumbling (at least I didn't hear it !). He delivered his work fast and and with many variations, which will make me able to later on compose several versions of my t-shirts, caps, etc...
Thank you Harry. I will definitely recommend you to others.
- ((((((:Arch B:))))))
Thank you Arch !!
Did a nice job of getting us a tee shirt for our bike shop.
Quick. Easy. What more could one need?
- Danny Worsnop
Wonderful experience working with this designer!
How pureadk started their t-shirt journey
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the t-shirt?
Simple & with use of bold lines. Color can be left up to the creativity of the designer. In terms of shapes, we don't have any specific requirements, but did attached the map boundary outline of the Adirondack Park as a reference if you'd like to utilize it. We also attached a bunch of other designs titled "DesignInspiration" to share other designs that we like the style of. For mountain references, we attached several photos titled "ADKMountains" to provide inspiration for shapes/style there.
The PureADK logo should be placed on the sleeve of the t-shirt.
The front should include a simple graphic with rounded mountains that closely represent the Adirondack Mountains in NY. The text included with this graphic should be "ADK High Peaks" or "Adirondack High Peaks". Not required, but the number "46" could be incorporated into this as well since there are 46 Adirondack High Peaks aka as the 46ers.
For the back, the top should include the phrase "Embrace the Journey". The rest of the back should include a full list of the 46 peaks in a creative way and if possible, include the elevations (Attached is one example of a Here's a link to the full list of peaks: http://www.adk46er.org/peaks.html
Perhaps a collage with the incorporation of some fun icons/design elements like hiking boots, trekking poles, backpack, snowshoes, waterbottle, dashed trail lines, topo lines, trail signs, etc. (Attached are some icons we've used, which can also be used within this design)
What to avoid
Not using pointy mountains in the front graphic. They are rugged, but have summits that are typically more rounded.