Thoughts on user generated t-shirts?

Some activists in China came up with this design for tor t-shirts. Comment if you think we should make and sell these for $20/ea.

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If you have other ideas, feel free to link to an image of them!

October 12, 2009


I will totally buy one of those!

October 12, 2009


I would probably buy one. Help get the word out and all that.

Shirts cost money though, and I wouldn't go ahead with this unless it is likely it'll be profitable or if there's a lot of extra money.

October 12, 2009


I would buy a green one, but I'm afraid the purple one is not very well designed in my opinion. Put a green one up and I'd buy!

October 13, 2009


Offer more colors for the map-shirt and you've got me.

October 14, 2009


More colors,

October 15, 2009


One shirt needs to be black. Geeks always by black (I know, all generalizations are wrong, starting with this one).

That being said, shirts are a good way to promote the project and to (possibly) make a bit of money.

More designs might be good too. Maybe one more artsy/conceptual/whatever you want to call it. One that puts more emphasis on looking good than anything else. A good looking shirt attracts more attention. :)

All in all, I think I would buy one, so another vote for the idea.

It would be cool to have earth super-imposed on an onion as picture on either the front or back of the t-shirt - I would say front, and on the back:

Test Our Resolve


Talk Of Reason



My shot at a T-shirt design.…

I presume the T-shirts are going to be made in China ;)


October 19, 2009

In reply to by Tor-shirt (not verified)


I like that shirt.

I like the 'surfing freely' slogan, or something that otherwise gives some idea of what Tor is. I'd prefer, say, a navy blue, or something, to green or purple though. Black would likely be a popular color but my own preference would be for a dark blue or green or something. I kind of like the world map thing, but less stylized, perhaps wireframe outlines of the landmasses. Additional thought, perhaps with an example route, arcing or straight line mapping between various nodes.

But yeah, something like that, or something, would be awesome, and I'd love a Tor tshirt

i like the shirt, really cool looking. nice article.