Anvil or Hammer


Posted in Equipment by Mike on October 10, 2007

I started an online store that makes T-shirts. I’m using the same company that Kris used for the VirtualMeet T-shirt.

The way I have set up the store warrants some explanation. Right now I have two basic designs in four colors. When you pick one, you are picking the graphics and the color of the graphics but you can change the shirt color to anything you want. I set up the log so the shirt color will show through. So if you like the lime green logo but want it on a red shirt, you can change that before you check out and you should get to see what it will look like.

I should point out that the manufacturer charges more for a dark colored shirt than for a light colored shirt so if you change the shirt color and the price changes, that’s why. If you like the lime green that I made but don’t like it on black or think it’s too pricey, change it to white and the price drops. That’s the manufacturers control not mine.

If anyone wants a different color logo or a different arrangement of graphics, let me know, it’s pretty easy switch.

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  1. brent said,

    WOW the anvil and hammer design looks great mike

  2. Mike said,

    thanks. I’m not very artistic but I get a good one once in a while. I drew the picture at the link below during a staff meeting. I turned into the logo on the shirt when I tried to make a computer version.

  3. Ben said,

    WoW! Nice work I am impressed I will be ordering a couple here shortly.

  4. Ben said,

    BTW what does the german quote on the back of the tee translate to in English?

  5. Mike said,

    Loosly, you must be either the anvil or the hammer. It’s a quote from Goethe. It’d been read a couple different ways. My personal favorite is that although the hammer pounds and pounds on the anvil to shape things, the anvil alway outlasts the hammer.

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