In the current issue, Zac and I conspired to make fun of downtown Arlington’s new logo (right). The conceit we came up with was that, sure, the logo isn’t exactly awe inspiring, but you should have seen the logos they turned down. We generated a few examples. Or, rather, we generated ideas for a few examples. Then we got someone else to draw em up. You’ll have to pick up a copy of the magazine to see them all, but I turned two of my favorites into t-shirts that you can buy on Cafe Press (if I set this thing up properly). One reads “Downtown Arlington: The Paris of I-30.” You can get it as a ringer t-shirt (shown) or as a traditional t. The second shirt reads “Downtown Arlington: Suck it, Grand Prairie.” Again, it comes in a ringer version or traditional (shown). First person to buy one and then take a picture wearing the shirt in downtown Arlington gets our undying admiration and maybe even your pic on this blog.
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