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Local Graphic Designer Wins T-Shirt Design Contest, Shirt Sales to go to OASIS PDF Print
Written by Adam Hicks   
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 07:40

a_cup_of_freedom2hodetail.jpgA local graphic designer won a global t-shirt design contest and has decided to give the proceeds to Watauga County's OASIS.


Brian Lambeth said he entered a t-shirt design contest called “TV Show Titles Re-Interpreted.”  His shirt featured the GI Joe logo with a coffee mug in place of the GI Joe text.


The pun plays off of “joe” being a synonym for coffee.


Lambeth said his shirt became available for sale online on Monday.  Lambeth explained he received $1,000 for the first day of t-shirt sales and will receive $2 per shirt sold after the first day.


Lambeth said he is giving all of his proceeds to OASIS, who fights domestic violence and sexual assault in Watauga County.


Interested residents can buy the shirt online at


(Photo courtesy of Woot)


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