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Movember anyone?


#1
It's only bloody Movember!!
So who is getting involved this year? As it is our first year together as a team we have decided to make a collective effort this year. Amongst the general excitement there is only a hint of shadow appearing on the top lips at the moment but we are hoping for a strong display from #TeamPrintsome this year!

We have even created a London Movember desktop for the occasion which you can download for free.
 

scotty

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Staff member
#2
Kind of already there with a beard at the moment.
Designed a "Movember" t-shirt over the weekend though.
 
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Sean Lee-Amies

Guest
#5
Yup, same deal here, got a beard too. Hmm.. Do all designers have beards?
Scotty, pictures please :D
 

scotty

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Staff member
#6
Had the designers/beards conversation on another forum that got very long and very silly. :D
The answer is mostly yes as do we wear minging, worn out sneakers and other hipster uniform.
Oh, here you go:
 
#7
Ok so it seems a beard is essential facial attire for the designing gentleman.
Thats a nice design scotty! Are you going to get them printed? If so, i know a guy...
 

Wardy

Well-Known Member
#8
Can't do it these days as it comes out grey and I start to look like my dad - yes, I'm that old.
Nice, Scotty. Is that anything to do with the Mofos Hells Angels?!
 

Levi

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Staff member
#9
Sean Lee-Amies said:
Yup, same deal here, got a beard too. Hmm.. Do all designers have beards?
For 'professional moments' it's a goatee, although I don't 'clean shave' the rest, it's like on a zero beard trim.... when I'm just scruffing it at home it's like a scruffy urchin/homeless man unkempt look....
scotty said:
The answer is mostly yes as do we wear minging, worn out sneakers and other hipster uniform.
Hell no... I will NEVER be a hipster (waits for comments), how are you hip if you dress like everyone else.... it's like the dress emo if you want to be 'different' rubbish, having said that I actually like 'elements' of goth/steampunk/emo/industrial music clothing and I keep thinking about getting a 'steampunk' jacket or waist coat....if I can ever find them in the UK at non stupid prices :( I also really like the look of the clothes 'spine' wears from steam powered giraffe, it's kind of a modern take on 1920/30's us gangster waistcoat/suit (think michael jackson smooth criminal but not so baggy and more 'tailored').
I dress in the clothes I like and am comfortable in, sod 'fashion' lol. Not to mention I can't actually fit in the skinny jeans that some 'hipster' men/boys wear.... I have no idea how some fit their legs in to them let alone their other male only anatomy...