# Re: [NTLK] NewtonTalk T-Shirts?

From: Laurent Daudelin (laurent_daudelin_at_fanniemae.com)
Date: Wed Mar 06 2002 - 16:13:52 EST

On 06/03/02 14:54, "Michael J. Hu=DFmann" <michael_at_michael-hussmann.de> wrote=
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> Laurent Daudelin (laurent_daudelin_at_fanniemae.com) wrote:
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>> Now, I'm sure that we have talented graphic artists here that could come=
up
>> with design propositions, or am I wrong?
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> I for one would love to wear an Andreas Lindkvist designed T-shirt.

Could we have this person to design the t-shirt? Pardon my ignorance, I
think I've heard the name before but actually don't know who Andreas
Lindkvist is...

-Laurent.
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