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Message - Re: I am all ears... Kevin jee.... Include student drawings?

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Posted by  JWmHarmon on June 28, 2002 at 07:47:13:

In Reply to:  Re: I am all ears... Kevin jee.... posted by Simple Simon on June 27, 2002 at 09:27:49:

Idea for Kevin:

Putting "Great Buildings" on T-shirts sounds like a great idea.

How about also using students' drawings of existing buildings or of their imaginary or project buildings.

Also, one could imprint images of architectural details such as the Frank Lloyd Wright abstract designs on neckties. Palladian windows? Pant legs of Greek columns? Umbrellas? Tote bags?

One could also design building puns such as "Grate Buildings" which would be buildings designed entirely of drainage grates. How about designing an "Eye-full Tower" made of smiling eyes (anyone want to do "evil eyes"?) arranged in the form of the Eiffel Tower filling it from top to bottom. A "Geodesic Doom"? A "Sneers Tower"? The "Umpire State Building" ?

Let's get creative!

Using the "Great Buildings" one could create T-shirts imprinted with any building similar to the print shown in the link below. The possibilities are endless. But, is it a marketable idea? Anyone want to do some market research in your spare time?

 
 
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