Alright then heres my idea.No pics yet cause I gotta figure out Photoshop,3Dmax and a couple of other programs first. Imagine this if you will.A white T-Shirt.On the front of the shirt is a huge circle.This circle is outlined by a 3D holla-hoop.On the holla-hoop itself is graphics of friendship beeds,and various chickens.As well as words including,Inforoo,What,Which,That,This,Piece,Love,etc.Now inside the holla-hoop is a hand drawn country scene.It is basicly a big field with a concert stage in the distance near the top right.Infront of this stage are many chickens dressed in long hippie dresses,neck beeds,and are very colorfull.Closer to the bottom left and in the forground,is an old farm picket fence that stretches across the bottom.Now again near the left side,one of the polls in the fence is a good bit taller than the rest.This poll is actually a signpost.With the words,What,Which,This,That,and Inforoo with arrows pointing in different directions.On top of that signpost is The Hippie Rooster.He's an old rooster with just over knee length shorts,a straw hat,a handcherchief hanging out of hist rear pocket,he's got old,bent glasses on halfway down his noes.He's wearing arm and neck beeds.Has sandles on his feet.And with one arm or wing,he seems to be holding a really big cigerate.He has this really happy look on his face with a thought bubble beside him saying,I'm getting Bonnaroo'ed! Now on the back of the shirt acroos the shoulders is the words saying,I got Bonnaroo'ed,along with the dates and year.And with a smaller version of the hippie rooster with a hippie hen beside him,wing in wing. Now here is where the shirt becomes a little different than most.Remember the shirt is white.Besides of course inside the hoola-hoop,the entire shirt is covered with words.These words are all the artist names that were at Bonnaroo 2008.Musical,comedy,everything.Then these words are colored in a tie dye manner that gives the shirt a whole tye dye look with traces of white showing through the letters.
This is going to be my submission,(now wheres that Photoshop manual at)?
I also think the website should be on the body of the shirt - I know I don't like the way the women's t-shirts from cafepress fit so would get a man's shirt and then cut a little off the sleeves, neck and bottom to make it fit. And the first to go would be the edge of the sleeve with the website.