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  1. Great tutorial, very bold design.

  2. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBB Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 6 post on Oct. 15, 2012. Thanks again.

  3. Yoosuf says:

    lovely design, wondering why not you sell some -shirts via this website

  4. One of my favorite tutorials from you, Chris! Awesome job as usual! Can’t wait to see what you come up with next! :)

  5. Very nice. Great attention to details as always.

  6. G says:

    Excellent tutorial. Any suggestions on a good t-shirt printers?

  7. Brian says:

    Awesome tutorial! Loving the detail you put into this.

  8. sas says:

    Hi Chris, please can you make your links open in a new window?thanks

  9. Justin says:

    Very keen on your customization of typefaces. This is a very useful tutorial, thank you!

  10. Dan Bakan says:

    Nice work, Chris. I like how you customized the font’s edges and the tail of the K. Really cool shirt!

  11. Great design and the effect is perfect.
    I like the fact you kept it in illustrator ( not exported to photoshop for texture) so you still have a nice sharp scalable vector. Great work!

  12. Mak says:

    Very creative and innovative you provide very useful tutorial for logo in web designers who want to customize their web design company with such beautiful design..

  13. Great one Chris. Thanks!

  14. Great way to design a nice t-shirt.
    what about more co-lure full designs?

  15. As usual, you killed it with this one Chris! Very easy to follow along with, and the end results are just amazing.

    Any chance of a tutorial showing us how to apply our logos/design to a t-shirt, as you did at the end of this post?



  16. Lexi says:

    Nice, I love vintage anything! I love those classic logo fonts but can’t seem to find the right one for me, this one’s rather easy to do. Would love to watch the tutorial as well, hope you make one :D

  17. Tika says:

    Wow! Love it so much. Thanks Chris <3

  18. Very creative and innovative

  19. Komala says:

    this might be a dumb question but how do you make text editable (without tracing it…) When i try to use the direct selection tool it selects the whole thing without anchor points…i am trying to get my head around illustrator but i just find myself going back to photoshop all too often

  20. Michel says:

    Love the texture you gave to the lettering. Really produces an effective vintage look. Great idea

  21. Cindy says:

    Love the texture detail and your clear instructions.

  22. Isa says:

    Thank you Kriss for this great tuto.
    Could you tell me which font you used for the “The”.

    Thank you

  23. Thanks for this Tutorial. I love Vintage Style.

  24. Thank you, I am so glad i read this blog.

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