Kails J got their new t-shirt by running a design contest:
T-shirt design for potential charity, to help pay for Therapy sessions
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Main age range I would be trying to target would be 20-30 year olds. cartoon style, but not too childish. Adding hours clothing may one day be a charity where the profits of the shirts go towards paying for peoples therapy sessions. The idea is to always have a small logo on the front where the left pocket would be, and a big picture involving a bear and an hourglass on the back doing different activities, with the bear always trying to somehow fill up the hour glass. The bear represents support from the people paying for the shirts, and the hour glass represents time being added to lives, and therapy time added. The bear should be friendly but still "cool". I see him filling it up at a beach , but am open to any idea on how the bear would be filling the hour glass.
I want a small design on the front where the left pocket would be that has " AHC " in it ( could also include a bear and hour glass) , and the big design/picture on the back with the words "Adding Hours Clothing" around it , or worked into it.
What to avoid
sharp edges on fonts. Looking for something more playful.
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