[Haskell-cafe] Black Haskell Hacker's t-shirt (was Re: there's a
monster in my Haskell!
fruehr at willamette.edu
Wed Nov 1 16:29:06 EST 2006
I suppose this might be a good time to announce the tentative
availability of BLACK t-shirts in the "Haskell Hackers" design, which
in fact features a "monster". (Note that I am only responsible for
the composition of elements on the shirt: the monster drawing itself
comes from a dingbat font.)
The design has been on the merchandise logo page for several years
but several people had asked for it on a black shirt, and CafePress
(our arbitrarily-preferred production house) only recently announced
availability such shirts.
By way of fair warning, the black shirts are still considered to be
"beta" by CafePress: they are more expensive and can only be printed
Nevertheless, I made a black version of the "Haskell Hackers"/monster
logo which can be ordered here:
My beta-tester tells me that it washes well, but that it looks more
abstract in black than it does in white, specifically that the
monster is less recognizable. (Anyone ordering a shirt might want to
compare the two design colors; I haven't made a white one available
yet, but would be happy to do so upon request.)
PS: as always, Haskell.org merchandise is offered on a non-profit
basis. A small amount of funds accrue in the account based on link
referrals, which we have used to gift shirts to a few Haskell
PPS: I wouldn't recommend ordering this design on the new red
On Nov 1, 2006, at 1:00 AM, David House wrote:
> And do we have any artistic Haskellers out there? Could we get
> drawings of these monsters? I'd love to see the 'mysterious and
> awesome IO' in pictorial form.
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