Earlier this week, Anne announced the contest to design the Art&Seek T-Shirt. And we’ve already begun to hear from the creatives out there. But there’s still plenty of time to get your design to us. With that in mind, I thought I would pass along a little online inspiration:
- eHow has a “How to design a T-Shirt Online” section. (Is there anything they don’t know how to do?) Interestingly, it includes a link to a free version of Photoshop, so it might be worth checking out just for that.
- Designashirt.com provides a good space for you to try out your thoughts. Basically, they give you a blank T-shirt to work on and you add text, colors, images, etc. and see how they look. The site also has an idea gallery for shirts for non-profits (a.k.a. – us). Feel free to steal liberally.
- If you’re just looking for ideas about what works on a shirt, check out the one’s they sell in The Onion’s online store. These ones aren’t particularly on topic, but they make me laugh: