Campaign t-shirts, solvent abuse, and fun with anagrams...

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As the campaign machine slowly gears up for the elections battle next week, I've been making t-shirts in a Blue Peter-stylee - this weekend's been a haze of masking tape, thumb tacks, lots of paper, and "ones I made earlier"...

It started Friday night with a print-out of my campaign t-shirt design and a scalpel. After ten minutes, I'd cut out ONE WHOLE LETTER - WOO!

First letter done. This isn't too hard...

One hour in - 8 letters done, and I hadn't made a total mess of it:

8 letters done in 1 hour. This is going to be a late night...

Hmm, spare letters... I wonder what I can do with these...

Oooh, random letters...

Starting the logo: 1 1/2 hours in:

Starting the logo. Haven't broken anything yet...

Nearly done now...

Essential Friday-night listening (after Pete Tong, of course) - Judge Jules on Radio 1's Listen Again (if only Pure:FM could afford a license for this!):

Essential listening

All cut out:

The finished stencil

... I'm bored now. I wonder...

Logo and logotype

More fun with letters (yes, I was bored :o):

And I made a present for Steve:

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