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YMAA LOGO

Postby mirobe » Fri Mar 02, 2007 2:02 pm

Hello All,

I am one of the YMAA students from Poland.

We are about to prepare some new t-shirts for new students,
but it seems we do not have a LOGO.

I'm not a computer magician, and I heard from the printing company that we neither need
bitmap/compressed jpeg, but vector graph (*.svg for example).

We would like to put this image on the front:
http://www.pascal-plee.com/ymaa/LogoYmaaIntl.jpg

and the second one on the back:
http://school.ymaa.com/mainpage/img/logo.gif

They would be modified a little.


Can anyone please send/share the graphics /provide to the url where I can grab it ?

They don't need to be exactly the same as pointed above.

Thanks!

Robert
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Postby silverfox » Wed Apr 16, 2008 1:08 pm

Who is your teacher?
"The greatest goal of life is to cultivate your own human nature
and learn how to harmonize with nature and others around you"

GLMC

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Director of YMAA Amesbury
www.ymaakungfu.com
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Postby nyang » Thu Aug 14, 2008 9:45 am

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Postby mirobe » Thu Jan 08, 2009 6:29 pm

@silverfox:
My teacher is Maciej Ciesielski from Gdynia, Poland (http://ymaa.gdynia.pl)

It's been a while since my post.

Got the logos linked in my first post. (created, actually)

I know there are lots of great ymaa logo designs out there all over the world. It would be great to put them on website for download. (for ymaa schools use only)

[Don't know if there would be copyright conflicts.]

Thanks for your replies, and (late) Happy New Year for all YMAA members worldwide!
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Postby nyang » Fri Jan 09, 2009 10:27 am

i dont think there would be any copyright conflicts. i think it'd be a great to be able to get YMAA T-shirt designs from around the world. it used to be a pretty popular thing to trade T-shirts at the summer camps :)
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