[CentOS-devel] Some T-Shirt's decorations

Tue Nov 25 17:27:15 UTC 2008
Alain Reguera Delgado <al at ciget.cienfuegos.cu>

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Manuel Wolfshant wrote:
> Alain Reguera Delgado wrote:
> leaving aside the explanation (which is nice, btw), let me put it in
> other words: if you print that design on a sheet of paper and show it to
> someone, will that person make the associations described by you above,
> or will that person need the same tutorial I needed ?

Maybe they need to read the tutorial too.

This is an artwork to add value based on a concept. If the concept is
right for you, so the artwork should (supposing it is graphically nice
and correct to you). That is a tool that would help us to create a
common look and feel in each CentOS element (webs, posters, tshirts,
media, ...) say create a visual identity.

The main representation of CentOS is (and always will be) its logotype
which is not the Plant. The Plant concept help us to reach an artwork
motive to decorate things.

I see your point, and agree with it. The idea needs more work yet. So
SVG files are available for everyone to download and improve[1].

Actually I am exploring each CentOS element and how they fit with the
concept, so they would be improved later. What you see now is a basic
form of what could be, useful to build a svn repo, and identify each
CentOS elements that need a touch of artwork.

I would appreciate any suggestion about how to do this. Actually
fedora's artwork has been my guide.

[1]: https://projects.centos.org/svn/trunk/

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