We got many voices to add such a t-shirt to our shop, so there will be one soon.
This design has an excellent place to add text above the locomotive, but I would like to know your ideas. What to write?
Something simple or something catchy? We are waiting for your ideas.
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Thanks for your voice.
This design was done by my daughter some time ago, and I used it from time to time on our blog.
If you have an idea for a new one, we will be happy to hear it too 🙂
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I think it might look nice if it said nothing above the train. It’s a lovely design on its own. Or just write Rails on Boards to promote your great site. I’d buy it either way 🙂
“18xx Game Accessories by Rails on Boards”…
Or even. “18xx Game Accessories and Blog, by Rails on Boards”
Without a name above the logo it is useless unfortunately, unless you decide to integrate the Cube4me somehow also. When we had our company, the front of our T-shirts had our logo and name small on the front upper left of the shirt and a bigger design on the back. Maybe integrating both names on the back would be good…
It all boils down to what you want to achieve with this t-shirt. If brand promotion is your primary goal, then it should be “Rails on Boards” or “Cube4me”. If your main goal is to create an awesome t-shirt, then I’d say leave it without any text above the image and add rob/Cube4me label somewhere (like on the label with t-shirt size)
I want just an awesome t-shirt 🙂
Thanks for your vote!
I would love a version where the text says “What’s my route again?” and (if possible) there is a little “182” added to the loco, like an engine number. Myself and a bunch of my friends would absolutely buy one of those 🙂
(It’s an homage to a song by American pop-punk band Blink-182 called “What’s My Age Again?” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7l5ZeVVoCA )
Great idea, thanks Jason 🙂
I second Matthew answer from first post.
Rails on Boards is very thematic and generally wide meaning sentence so you would get both brand promotion and nice t-shirt.
Rails on boards. period