detail of t-shirt graphic for Science Museum Oklahoma. Using the table of elements to form the acronym.
over 1 year ago
Love the illustrations - that texture is maddeningly awesome.
This is killer.
Thank you gents!
Not a very productive or thoughtful comment, but that's the first thing that came to mind... WOW!
Want one btw. Will it be possible to buy one online or do I have to go to Oklahoma?
So good dude!
Well hot damn.
Nuts man, me like.
@Emir...HA HA.. man thanks! There will be adult sizes so I will do what I can to get you guys access to them.
Look at you hotshot! I really do love this.
Please please let the dribbble community know if shirts will be available for those that aren't in OK. This is AWESOME
by Chris Linden
This is a shirt I made for The Lawrence Hall of Science last year. The three elements were discovered or created at the Hall or the University of California, Berkeley were we are located.
over 1 year ago
By the way love the design so far. Not sure if you are getting any push back with the icons but I know that the science folks at the Hall are pretty particular that the icons use no stereotypical science icons. We sold the shirt anyways, and did really well.
@Chris, Dig it dude! SMO is more targeted toward kids ranging from 6 years on up so trying to keep it fun. It will need to be approved and they tend to be very literal...they're scientist, after all. Ha. Thanks for the comments.
What does SMO stand for?
Good one Michael...good one.
This is awesome! Great work!
Ah nice! I totally want one
ooooh must have this shirt! great job!
This shot has been featured in the Growcase round-up Dribbble Top 10 Shots of the Year 2011 - http://www.growcase.com/2011/12/top-10-dribbble-shots-of-2011/
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