We’ve gotten several entries into the 2010 CGE t-shirt contest. Now it’s time for you to vote to determine which one design will be immortalized on 100% cotton. All of the designs and the ballot are below the fold. Go ahead and vote, and feel free to leave comments or suggestions for the designs below. Voting will be open until the end of the day on Sunday, Oct. 10, so vote soon.


Design #1


Design #2


Design #3


Design #4


Design #5


Design #6


Design #7

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10 Thoughts on “Vote for the 2010 CGE T-Shirt!”

  • I would propose the idea of having design #5, “CGE: Who are We?” in orange on the front of the shirt and design #1 (the words describing who we are) on the back of the shirt.

  • I also like the idea of wordie t, and second the above suggestions (especially making CGE bigger and OSU smaller. Much smaller).

  • I can agree with removing a few nonsensical words from the original wordle and adjusting sizes a bit, but I think we should keep most of them. There are so many beautiful serendipitous little phrases that it would be a shame to nix.

    I like CGE as a vital little witty walking show. And I like a shirt with the ironic statement “take much OSU” and a million other little phrases.

    I like having a lot of words both for the funny but telling phrases and for the fact that the word cloud does a pretty good job of conveying what CGE is all about.

  • i voted for the wordle with the caveat that we tweak the words to remove nonsensical ones and increase the size of CGE so that it’s the biggest – not OSU!

  • It is always possible that we could tweak or edit the word cloud to improve it along the lines that Lindsey and Nancy have suggested. What was submitted was the raw word cloud made from the CGE website.

  • Ditto Lindsey, and please either spell Mondays without an apostrophe or make it clear why it’s there. Monday’s excuse? Monday’s good? Monday’s my middle name?

  • I almost voted for Design #1, but it’s a little too wordy. I think “CGE” and “OSU” should stand out more, and maybe fewer words in general. For example, the word “take” stands out a lot which doesn’t entirely make sense. I love the design idea, though! It gets my second vote!

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