My Kodachrome T-Shirt


Kodak took our Kodachrome away and I have not even shot a single roll. Since it seems impossible to get a roll and send it to Dwayne's Photo, I decided to create a T-shirt in honor of this unique emulsion.

Kodachrome T-shirt

I was desperately trying to buy some rolls of this special emulsion so I can still send the films to Dwayne's but I remained unsuccessful. I decided to print a T-shirt of the Kodachrome logo instead.

It was almost impossible to find a suitable picture for vectorization on the internet, so in the end, I redesigned it myself. And since I could not decide between the two of them, I would like to share both:

written by floriansimon on 2011-01-14 in #lifestyle #slide #kodak #film #kodachrome #in-honor-of-kodachrome #135 #64 #35mm


  1. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    wow! I love it! Bravo!

  2. spoeker
    spoeker ·

    lovely!!! Thanks for sharing :D

  3. novakmisi
    novakmisi ·

    nagyon klassz otlet !!!!

  4. ethermoon
    ethermoon ·

    Thank you for the share!!!

  5. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Cool! I love both! Thanks for sharing! :)

  6. boredbone
    boredbone ·

    cool idea. i'm gonna print mine too:)

  7. shoujoai
    shoujoai ·

    Great! But yellow is not my color :/

  8. chaoticsense
    chaoticsense ·

    LOVE IT!

  9. wil6ka
    wil6ka ·

    oh thanky you mate! :)

  10. stouf
    stouf ·

    YEY ! I was planning on doing it too ! Thanks a lot for saving me some time !! : )))

  11. schommsen
    schommsen ·


  12. elletra
    elletra ·

    sweet! very cool!!!

  13. trash-gordon-from-outer-space
    trash-gordon-from-outer-space ·


  14. kylewis
    kylewis ·

    Yeah, Thanks for sharing I shall print and cry!!

  15. sergio_m
    sergio_m ·

    nice! i wouldnt mind to own kodachrome 25 t-shirt

  16. plyshbel
    plyshbel ·

    Looks great! Thanks a lot!

  17. floriansimon
    floriansimon ·

    Thank you for all the positive comments. :)
    I did manage to buy some rolls after all. Here's a selection of the slides:…

  18. blakeyo
    blakeyo ·

    I still have a 1988 roll, 5 years after I was born, I was too broke to shoot and get it developed :(
    Hopefully some magic happens and it puts my kids through college.

  19. das-z
    das-z ·

    great work! really nice shirt.

  20. whatvinyldummy
    whatvinyldummy ·

    Aww I'd like this shirt, but I have no access to a computer (writing this via phone). But love the shirt!

  21. tatiana-p
    tatiana-p ·

    Want it !

  22. great_beyond
    great_beyond ·

    So how does one save/view/manipulate a SVG file? I want my own version of that!

  23. floriansimon
    floriansimon ·

    save: there are so many options, but the simplest might be to right-click on the link and click "Save as" or "Download"
    view: in a modern web browser like "safari", "google chrome" or "firefox"
    manipulate: for example "inkscape" (open source) or "illustrator" (by adobe)

  24. adam_g2000
    adam_g2000 ·

    Brilliant! I'm going to get one of those done too - thanks for sharing your work!

  25. ropi
    ropi ·

    thanks for sharing the logo!!! I do silk printing, so this is definitely going oçto be one of my next T-shirts!!!! do you have any other logos to share???

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