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Fiction Clothing Unity Tee by KevinMaistros Fiction Clothing Unity Tee by KevinMaistros
Client: Fiction Clothing Company ~circa 1994
Industry: Extreme Sports/Rollerblading
Description: Fiction was the first clothing company in the rollerblading industry. Since it's inception in 1994 Fiction Clothing has been the leading apparel company dedicated to the community and culture that is rolling. Founded by Pro-Skater, Chris Garrett. It became an internationally distributed and popular fashion brand over the years. Now co-run by myself, the company with almost 80 products is only growing more as it approaches it's 10th year of existance.
Design Placment: Front Center Chest
Design Colors: 2
Accessory Design Placment: Back Bottom Left (left butt)
Accessory Design Colors: 1
Available Shirt Fabric Colors: 6
Design Description: Unity tee, made to symbolize a bondage and friendship. Often rollerbladers will hit fist to fist when they're getting pumped up to do a trick or to give each other respect. It's also an alternative to a high-five. This represents the aspect that rollerblading is about having fun and getting pumped when your friends or you do a cool new trick or something. That's what unites them as rollerbladers. Having fun. Skating.
Printing Method: Screen print
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frite Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2003   Interface Designer
_//__°° not bad at all :nod: _//__++
Paper-chase Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2003
nice design, good combination of logo.
kourui Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2003  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very nice!!!
digi-fix Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2003
great stuff man, i really want to get some gear from this place!
waledawg Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2003
werd dude... fesh design... great concept
axid Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2003
I like how it is stencil-based, or however you call it.
toritwit Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2003  Hobbyist General Artist
Something seems kind of off about the red, but I can see why you put it in, because without it the design would run together and not be noticeable. All in all, good work.
dailab Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2003
Very nice design, I would probably where the shirt. The only thing that I don't really like the the red part cause to me it doesn't really fit in, but there might be some reason you put it in. Good job.
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October 13, 2003
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