Making one wouldn’t be too difficult. I use Sticker Mule and they’re pretty good at cleaning it up. I just need a good vector or high-res raster to submit.
Frame.work doesn’t allow uploads of svg vector graphics, so here’s a link
Hope it works for you.
Looking through the frame.work html, here’s a direct link to an svg file of the logo and namemark (https://frame.work/packs/media/application/images/logo-cb1daa15860ac01e40ee0b1d0d71641d.svg) - it may be invisible at first because it is white on a white background, but opening in inkscape, selecting all, and picking a color should make it appear
Wish I knew about this svg earlier when I was making backgrounds for the 3:2 wallpaper forum thread
Perhaps you should check with @nrp that he is happy for you to create stickers using their logo. I imagine he may be but I assume the logo is trademarked and it may depend upon how you intend to use it. (I am a (non-US) retired lawyer!)
If you’re creating stuff for personal use or non-commercial sharing with friends, feel free to go ahead.
I made some mockups of T-shirts with built not bought and the logo on it. Honestly I might order myself one.
Printful is my go-to for making personal T-shirts of designs non-commercially!
It’s a good saying, but a bit of a misnomer.
The majority of the unit is bought.
I was thinking more along the line of the pricing commercial
Frame.Work Laptop - $900
My parts - $500
My time - cheap
Repairability - PRICELESS
(arbitrary $ used)
I built my own laptop!
Thank you, Frame.Work!
Edit: May have to be limited to DIY buyers
Sweet, especially love the dots on the i’s. Attention to detail is everything.
@ImaxinarDM sed -i ‘s/circle/torx/g’ original.txt
@nrp time to cash in on some merch sales.
I’m having some 3" circle stickers printed.
Hey everyone, I went ahead and made a T-Shirt for myself on Teespring.
Huge thanks to @A_L for their T-Shirt mockup that inspired my final design. Since I do not want to make money on the design as it’s not my logo or company, I have made an Imgur post that has all the photos you would need to make your own merch. One thing that I think could be improved on is that the vertical “right to repair” text could have a version of the photo that already has the framework logo implemented on it.
I also made a mockup for a face mask, but I think I can make a better one, so I’ll check out other design sites before I settle on buying one (if anyone knows of any sites, please let me know!)
Thank you @nrp for giving us permission to use the logo to make merchandise for personal use. I know that the company’s main goal right now is getting the current laptop batches shipped out, as well as opening the marketplace and opening shipping to other countries, but official framework merchandise would be awesome! It would allow people who can’t afford a laptop to still be able to financially support the company, and it serves as free promotion for those of us that wear it proudly.
I’m excited to hear what you all think of this!
Edit - I could not find the exact font that the framework logo uses, so I settled on using Kinetika Semi Bold which looked close enough to me.
Hopefully with open access to all the photos I used to design the product, as well as with no profits being made off of these sales, it is okay to post a pre-made listing. I only put it up so that people can purchase one conveniently instead of having to design it themselves. If this is against the rules however, I will promptly take it down.
@CSab6482 You could create a Teespring (now Spring) unofficial shop. When the site ask you the price of the products you set to 0.00$/€/£ profit/sale.
I don’t know if it could be considered as “personal use” .
That’s an idea for those who want to have a ready-to-buy product.
Fair point, T-shirts are now available for sale!
White text - USA
White text - EUR
Black text - USA
Black text - EUR
I am making no profit off of these, and the listing says it will only be available for 20 days, but that is a limitation of the website. I will relist it or have it set to automatically relist.
@CSab6482 That’s great, I’m glad you ran with the design, those look very neat! I had gone with the Chandas font but Kinetika has a nicer bold heft to it
This could definitely be done! Just make a TeeSpring account and choose the “Start designing” button in the top right
After that, use these photos to customize whatever merch you like!