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What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the t-shirt?
I have an apparel company that sells T-shirts that features City/State names on the front. I'm looking for the City/State to be displayed using unique typography. For example, a T-shirt that simply says "Miami" with the state "FL or Florida" underneath it. We will be doing T-shirts for various other cities in the future (ex. Los Angeles CA; Washington DC; Seattle WA, etc.)
- Just the City/State in unique typography.
- We'd prefer the City (ex Seattle) positioned above the State (WA). It should be centered in the middle of the shirt.
- The State should use the given 2 letter abbreviation or the full state name (depending on which looks better
- It's OK (but not necessary) to incorporate borders or shapes around the city/state if needed in order to make the design unique.
What to avoid
The City/State and the unique Typography should be the main focus on the shirt. Try to avoid unnecessary extra designs/shapes/pictures/borders that could potentially take focus away from the typography used.
-- However, as I am not a designer myself and have no artistic ability (LOL), if you feel in your best judgement that a few extra artistic touches are needed to make the Typography "pop", then feel free to incorporate it in your design --