[CentralOH] PyOhio T-Shirt Designer Needed

Eric Floehr eric at intellovations.com
Sun Apr 14 17:45:26 CEST 2013

PyOhio will have t-shirts for sale again this year, and it'll be our third
year offering these highly collectible shirts.

We've had two great designs (and designers) in the past...

Iden Gazit in 2011 for our inaugural shirt:

And Kasey Kelly last year for our awesome 8-bit shirt:

We are looking for a designer who knows how to make a print-ready one color
design. The designer will also be able to select the t-shirt color, and
we'll be working with the awesomest Python wearables company: Elegant
Stitches run by the Lindstrom's. They will be *great* quality t-shirts.

Because PyOhio is an all-volunteer effort, and we offer a free conference
with all the professionalism of a paid conference, we strive to keep our
costs *very* low. Our t-shirt sales are a fundraiser to help with the hard
costs of the conference (videoing all talks so you can enjoy the ones you
missed later, food, room rental, etc.) and to provide outreach with other
Python events when needed.

The ideal designer would be someone who would like to have a notch on their
resume, network into the Python community which is growing by HUGE leaps
and bounds (just ask Kasey how his design helped him network into the
community for his web design skills!), and help support a pillar of the
Midwest technical community. We can offer the designer a few free t-shirts,
a sponsorship slot for their business, and a *small* cash stipend.

The only requirements are that the design mention PyOhio, 2013, and that
it's about Python. Beyond that, obviously something that evokes a link to
our community, location, technology, people, etc... PyOhio's themes this
year are education, inclusiveness, diversity, and community. I think those
are themes every year but would really like to emphasize them this year.

We would need a final design mid-June.

If you are interested please let me know, and if you know someone who might
be interested, please forward on to them.

Thanks much!
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