Archive for the ‘T-shirts’ Category
Jesus! The Mozilla Team is doing a T-Shirt contest for the brandnew Firefox 4 release.
Design by Warzachew
The goal of this challenge is to create a unique design that captures the essence of Firefox 4. The winning design will be printed as the official Firefox 4 launch t-shirt, a limited edition item featured in the Mozilla store and distributed to thousands of fans and contributors around the world. It will also be highlighted across key web properties like mozilla.com, the Creative Collective homepage, the Mozilla blog, our Facebook page, and more.
!Submit your designs before March 28, 2011 at 11:59:59 PM PDT (GMT -7 hours).
Voting begins on March 30, 2011 at 12:00:00 AM PDT (GMT -7 hours).
Last weekend we went with Oliver Huntemann at the Skykitchen Club in Vienna. Dj and Producer Huntemann did a good job to bring his massive sound to the people. Right before, Fabian Hofer and Andre Winter (live) did also a great job, bringing the people into movement. We where very happy to see Oliver wearing the new H-3 Album T-Shirt which Oliver created together with Dexflu.eu. Now Oliver is on the way to New York where he works on his next live PLAY! release. more about this release soon…
Line Up: 30.jan.2010
Oliver Huntemann (Ideal Audio///Hamburg)
Andre Winter Live (Ideal Audio///Hamburg)
Andy Catana (Do Easy rec.///Rakete)
Fabian Hofer (Zuckerwatt)
It’s true! Tomorrow (2010-01-27) Apple will unleash a new product. Rumors starts with an Apple TV all the way to an Apple Toaster. But now we are quiet sure that the new baby will be an Apple Tablet called i
SlatePad (what a funny name). What do you think will be the next Apple Product?
We created this limited edition T-Shirt, together with German based Dj & Producer Oliver Huntemann, for the actual H-3 Album. We wanted to try something new and bring design and music together, so we experimented with a minimal color version of the H-3 logo. We left the H-3 logo font untouched and added Stripes which inherits the millions of sounds in just three lines. The Number “3″ also points to the fact that this is the third album release from Oliver Huntemann.