I think the quote 'I killed the bank' relates more to a BitShares X T-Shirt, than a general BitShares T-Shirt. (I like the quote font though but I would make it black.)
I like the back, but I would put BitShares X at the top and follow my vote last.
I agree about the color of the qoute and it can be changed but it would add to the cost a little because of the fact that it is more labor intensive when changing colors when screen printing.
I agree that That the I killed the bank qoute does relate to btsx and not bitshares as a whole. My thoughts were that it would catch more eyes, cause more discussions and create more smirks when people read it. A option would be to but the qoute on the back(then we could do it in black at no added cost), and maybe list btsx last on the list of DAC's with the qoute in a slightly larger font so that it could be read.
How about something less political? Something to attract investment rather than activism unless it's the follow my vote DAC which is more about activism.
Humor is a good weapon.
I am not trying to make it a political statement but I can easily understand how it can be viewed that way. It is merely a powerful short qoute from a person that most people (Americans at least should know).
Let me put it to you this way, If you are walking through the store and your eyes are quickly scanning around at the different faces, clothes colors.....etc. Would reading the qoute draw up ANY feelings inside you? Would it make you more curious? These shirts are being made from the stand point of bring new members to the crypto community.
If I was going to market something to people that were all ready involved in the crypto game the look would be completely different. Collar shirt, breathable under armor type mesh, clean simply logo across the breast and a perhaps Charles "IPO in a box" qoute. With the DAC's listed down the back(maybe). Its all about reaching different markets and different demographic's of people. So why not do what some many politicians do and pick a demographic that has not been marketed too, instead of continuing to try to entice a demographic that is all ready saturated.
Please note these are just different thoughts and just one of many different ways of trying to keep people of many different levels of education,backround and beliefs to become interested enough in a idea (bitshares) to google it. If this was a true well funded marketing push you would do a few shirts of different styles to appeal to as many different people as possible. With each piece of clothing/swag being geared toward a specific "group".