Re: [foss.in] T-Shirts
- Atul Chitnis wrote:
>On Fri, 30 Sep 2005, Philip Tellis wrote:Indeed and we will have to order for a couple of tents as well, with T
>>would be nice, but doesn't go with sports shoes, and also sticks out
>>from under a jacket which makes it look very funny. It's also hard to
>>get away gracefully with printing logos and designs on kurtas.
>And introduces all sorts of new problems in design and cut for the
>male/female versions. :(
Shirts we can get away with just sacks with sleeves <g,d&r>
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> subbu_kk wrote:
> >But I feel it is not appropriate to redux it on a T-shirt. We
> >put it in our web-site, auditorium screens, panels, schedulesetc.
> >We could also begin our opening session with this quote.over ...
> when you want it everywhere , why not on T shirt tooo ?
> which infact will reach the masses even after the event is
If we reduce it to a sound bite to fit it on a t-shirt, the essence
of the stanza will be lost, IMHO. If the stanza does inspire someone
to come with a good sound bite, it will an original one and it wont
be Tagore's words.