Derby #101: Fake Band T-Shirts
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The Probable Error of a Mean

The Probable Error of a Mean
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wsgosset


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I don't know why that line comes up in the comp. It's not there in the print-ready image.

yankeebird


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wsgosset wrote:I don't know why that line comes up in the comp. It's not there in the print-ready image.


Line or no line, there is nothing about this that says "fake band" to me. Also, do you have that print going all the way to the side seams? You can't do that.

wsgosset


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yankeebird wrote:Line or no line, there is nothing about this that says "fake band" to me. Also, do you have that print going all the way to the side seams? You can't do that.

The name sounds like it could be a band name to me. I asked a few people, and they agree. The shirt looks like a goth or metal band might have.

About printing constraints: I'm having a really difficult time understanding how submitting designs works. Is there a more complete guide than the pointers in the submission pages?

wsgosset


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wsgosset wrote:The name sounds like it could be a band name to me. I asked a few people, and they agree. The shirt looks like a goth or metal band might have.

About printing constraints: I'm having a really difficult time understanding how submitting designs works. Is there a more complete guide than the pointers in the submission pages?


Actually, looking at it again, I am reminded of a particular album cover from a few decades ago. I can't remember which one though.

hjsims


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Reminds me of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon shirt...but not, just a vague similarity. AND, I love the band name. Makes me think of a slightly geeky death metal band. Kudos!

wsgosset


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hjsims wrote:Reminds me of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon shirt...but not, just a vague similarity. AND, I love the band name. Makes me think of a slightly geeky death metal band. Kudos!


One of my friends also said it reminded him of Pink Floyd.

The name is the title of Student's 1908 paper that led to the t-distribution, which the curves are. The text is set in the same style as it is in the paper.

etoffin


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wsgosset wrote:One of my friends also said it reminded him of Pink Floyd.


And what about the album "Unknown Pleasures" from Joy Division ?

wsgosset


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etoffin wrote:And what about the album "Unknown Pleasures" from Joy Division ?


Ooh, I hadn't seen that before.

I think that's a bit different, though. Mines more fluid, and that one's more sketchy, so I think mine suggests something more mainstream and clean, though not necessarily minimalist, whereas that one suggests something more rough and unusual. I haven't listened to the album yet, so I'm not sure how accurate this represents the album.

There is still some very interesting similarity, of course.

On a different note: About the lines going to the edges, they don't have to go entirely to the edges; they'd just go as far as they can.

wsgosset


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etoffin wrote:And what about the album "Unknown Pleasures" from Joy Division ?


And that cover also uses plots. I forgot to mention that.

CalmlyBallistic


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It sounds more like an album by Tool

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