Evolution of the Bluebeam T-Shirt

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Every spring our designer Brian creates a new Bluebeam Software t-shirt for our customers and employees. This year’s design has a lot of attitude, and even depicts a motorcycle rider. Not exactly what you’d expect from a PDF software company, huh?

Take a look at this slide show demonstrating the evolution of the Bluebeam t-shirt:

Want to get your hands on a 2009 Bluebeam t-shirt? I’ll send one out to the first 20 people to email me their name and mailing address.  And remember, to keep on PDF’ing!

-Karen


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3 Responses to “Evolution of the Bluebeam T-Shirt”

  1. Frank Says:

    I really like the newew shirts (2007/2008/2009). The older motives look normal and somehow boring. The latests (2009) looks great, but I more like the upper left part of the motive than the bottom right part. The idea and look of the 7 with the person on the motorcycle looks fantastic. The text with the solid logo and clouds looks a bit boring and confusing instead. Maybe a mix of this motive with the 2007 motive would look great.
    Who knows, but I really like those motives and shirts. Well done.
    Are those motives also available somewhere else as an picture or graphic? Why doesn’t Bluebeam use them somewhere else, too. It would be a pity if they are only printed on clothings.

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