I had a blast designing a Tshirt for the local (and very talented) cast of Rock of Ages that performed at The Apollo in Martinsburg in September, 2016. I created quick illustrations of references from the play and we printed these on white T-shirts.
Posts Tagged: tshirt
Sharing a T-shirt Design I did last week for Discover Outdoors Foundation in NYC for an upcoming event. They wanted something a little vintage this year and I had fun with this sweet typeface I found, modifying it some and working with some simple mountains/trees. Every year they have a hiking fundraiser to raise funds… Read more »
A great NYC-based group that brings outdoor adventures & educations to NYC kids – Discover Outdoors Foundation – needed a t-shirt designed for their first Hike-a-thon. The group was hiking 14 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Harriman State Park. It was a little challenging sticking to 3 inks, one being the client’s gray from… Read more »
The Johns Hopkins Epilepsy group were looking for a t-shirt design for their nurses and doctors to wear. I came up with this design, a nice 2 color design to go on a dark gray shirt.
I’ve created these designs each year for the past few years for a race at Clyde’s in Columbia. I decided to go back to a collection of running shoes, similar to a design I did 2 years ago. I like the idea of changing it up each year with different shoes and colors but the… Read more »
A new T-shirt design for this year’s St. Patty’s Day celebration in Reston.
A fun request! A local luau-themed party needed a t-shirt for their 5k run. The dead cow aspect is a long and twisted story but makes for a great t-shirt!
Another fun project. Clyde’s of Columbia has an annual 10K Race and needed a shirt design. I thought it would be fun to have a small collection of running shoes with a bit of old school feel. The final shirt was a nice white athletic running shirt.
Clyde’s of Reston was having their first St. Patrick’s Day Party. They wanted leprechauns running through the Reston Town Center. All participants received a Tshirt. I had creative freedom to come up with something fun, a rare opportunity! I designed a rough sketch with a more generic leprechaun and just jumped into Illustrator from there…. Read more »