Richard M Sachs wrote:
> re e-CHUCKIE's comment about the decal printing's
> registration: he's a graphic designer, and a great one
> at that...responsible for many fine 'looks' on bicycles
> that we're familiar with. i think it's understandable that
> he'd focus on this detail, given his profession, training,
> and love of bicycles. what he saw-most of us would never
> notice. (the details are in the details.)*
> chester, ct
> *with apologies to R2
I have to admit that I have seen some really nicely constructed frames that I would not care to own based on the graphic design and concept of the decals.
While some on the list would call this pretty superficial, I would have to disagree, as the decals are just a reflection of the lengths to which a builder is willing to go to get the details right.
In fact for me it becomes pretty easy to judge the level of maturity of the builder's taste, by the paint schemes and decal design.
Chuck Schmidt L.A.