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December 10th, 2008, 12:10 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by TheWife
Is there a man behind the green curtain? Ill buy one! In fact two one for Charles as well
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think that we might be able to send them a couple of freebie ones for that little bit of work that jsn does now and again
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here's a couple of things i've played with.



and another. this is des's 600 that he leant me in moab. if i could find a tidy one as tidy as this in the uk i'd probably buy it.



and last but not least my current idea for a shirt. mind its still a long way off and I, or others, may come up with other stuff in the mean time.

for anyone fancying a large logo on the front i put the full size logo to the side so just use you imagination.



on the right sleeve is the original "husaberg ab sweden logo" and on "the left is the four stoke force logo" thats just been replaced

have used the 3 bikes to show the 3 basic bikes that Husaberg have produced in the 20yrs they've been making production machines. hence the 1989 rather that 1988 in the Bergy logo.

another idea i just thought of is to use the cover of the 01-03 promo video which i believe is rolad with his moustach painted yellow and blue, will have to go dig it out of the attick and see how it scans.
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Originally Posted by cypher
Originally Posted by TheWife
Is there a man behind the green curtain? Ill buy one! In fact two one for Charles as well
~Renee
think that we might be able to send them a couple of freebie ones for that little bit of work that jsn does now and again
Nice to see that we're thinking along the same lines here.

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December 10th, 2008, 01:54 PM   #54
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cypher that image with the c15 bike on looks awesome, that'd be great on the back of a shirt, is the finished article gonna be available for sale to us non attenders?
if so please put me down for an extra large.
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only problem with using the c15 pic is that its now quite a well known husaberg pic and the owners of the image might not like it, whereas all the other images we'd get away with

Iit is actually of BOSS crashing out of a race this year. luckily he was unhurt.

this is the original photo
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December 10th, 2008, 04:50 PM   #56
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I love them! They are sweet! Can't imagine them having a problem with work like this.

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I vote for the Boss biff pic!! That agree that would look fantastic on the back of the shirt. I do not see why there would be a problem using it. One can always ask for permission, and if they say no, use it anyways! Who are they going to sue? Remember, we are unofficial! There would only be a handful of us wearing it, so it would be fairly low key. Another idea would be to talk BOSS into doing a reenactment of the biff, and use another photographer. lol
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Cypher, the print with the evolution of the bergs from old to new is pretty cool, maybe have them in a line, from left to right with the evolution of man also, from chimp to gorilla to caveman...lol

just an idea, Azza.
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Originally Posted by awilksch
Cypher, the print with the evolution of the bergs from old to new is pretty cool, maybe have them in a line, from left to right with the evolution of man also, from chimp to gorilla to caveman...lol

just an idea, Azza.
tried something similar.

did it going left to right so that you started with a sepia coloured photo, then a b & W photo the finished with a colour photo sort so that the newer the bike the newer the photo style.

felt the bikes where too small, but will post it up to show what it looked like.
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ok ok...... I won't be there, but I'm going to be an honest citizen and work toward protecting my fellow UHE member, by starting a petition to ban TUTS. His humour is infectious, and can be helpful to ones health, we can't have this in the community. Help me stop this man.
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