My two cents:
One, I am only doing the tee shirt art. I'll put anything in there that the majority sees fits, including Barne Rees hurling his time trial bike. But the image of Clement and Kent is, to me, a very sweet image that evokes part of the whole bicycle thing we, at least I, tend to overlook and maybe it's just nice that we remember it.
But be warned: there may be a problem with that image anyway if we can't get a scan of it in much higher resolution. As it is now, it's not going to transfer enlarged and onto cotten without a lot of image distortion, which us photoshoppies refer to as 'interpolation', akin to the same compartment vintage bicycle junkies would file a one piece coterless steel crankset. I'm sure you get the drift.
So, If there are any other images that we feel would be as good/better/the 'one', let's see them but remember - it should be a 300 DPI scan no less than half the size that we're going to use in its final form on the tee.
Peter Grenader Santa Monica, where it's about to drizzle which will NOT stop me from doing the Simi ride anyway.
> In a message dated 10/18/00 10:14:57 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> > I love the t-shirts, will buy and wear one. They just have a little less
> > appeal for me, being a female.
> Or me being squeamish.
> Sorry to be a wet blanket, but are we sure we want pictures of people
> smooching on the T shirts?
> How about a generic classic bike, something identifiable as old with nice
> Perhaps a collage of vintage parts?
> Pete Geurds
> Douglassville, Pa