"Rick Walker (loop.pool)" wrote: > Could I put in a request that the t-shirt NOT be printed in beige? > > Beige is a color that a lot of people look crappy in do to its' >similarity > to flesh tones. I happen to be one of those people. > > I know it's cliche, but howsa 'bout white lettering on black > (a kind of goes with anything, post modern kinda thang)? > > yours, Rick Walker (loop.pool) didn't look beige on my monitor, rick. when's the last time you got yours calibrated? :-) also, my pasty white flesh tone just looks pastier in black (the mark of a muso or geek, depending). but i don't see why the shirts couldn't be done in a few different colors- black, white, etc (NOT beige?)...it's just silkscreen ink and cotton. i prefer white, but design by committee has got a bad rap around these parts so i'll just shut up now (chuckle). lance g.