Pacifica High School Seniors Rally Tshirts

Pacifica High School commissioned Republic Design Company for the design and production of their 2016 Seniors Rally Tshirts.

Student “My Tran, (Pacifica High School Senior Class Treasurer),” reached out to us for the design and implementation of the Seniors Rally Tshirts. She asked us to come-up with original creative designs that encompassed the look, feel, and livery of Pacifica High School.

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Pacifica High School is the Home of the “Tritons (mascot) .” A mythical Greek god, the messenger of the sea. He carried a “Trident” which is a three-pronged spear. It is used for spear fishing and historically as a “pole-arm.”

After some brief research on the history of the look, feel, and livery of thee Pacifica High School (PHS) “Tritons,” we developed a very clean, simple, symmetrical “Trident.” We originally outlined the Trident, added class year “2016” (20 on left, 16 on right) and collegiate block letters “SENIORS,” arched above, (see v1 in image above).

In the normal course of design discovery, we noticed that we could use the Trident to double as the “I” in Seniors.

We continued to develop 5 (five) design variations until they decided upon version 6 (main design featured above).

We’re happy to report… –Due to the success of the Pacifica High School Sneiors Rally Tshirts, they have sold out, and are contemplating a reorder.

Special “Thanks” to My Tran, “Mr. C,” (aka Mr. Mike Castanon – ASB Activities Director), thee Pacifica High School Senior Class Board Committee, and the entire Senior Class who made the 2016 Seniors Rally Tshirts a success…

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