Wearing the design you create can be the coolest experience.
I've been doing Apparel design for many years.
Raising funds for breast cancer research comes in all shapes and sizes. This shirt is for one 3 day walk-a-thon team. (Note: The Blue Footed Boobie is and aquatic bird native to Granada.)
Pi Tastes Good
The idea on this shirt for a math project was to show 10 obscure facts about Pi in an interesting way. We did that by having the 10 facts laying concentrically on a bed of Pi numerals to the 10,000th place. And we added the almost imperceptible quip about tastes great with a scoop of ice cream at the bottom. Yeah, we're out of control like that.
A character kids will like
This client from Latin America wanted a character for Saturday Mornings that they could animate and teach kids about health. This fellow looked kid friendly and trust worthy.
Marketing a game
The process to getting a "hit" game takes on many forms. One of them is promotional T-Shirts. For this game, Snow Job, we had a location that allowed the player to look for clues to the crimes being committed and relax a bit. Don't look for this piece of gaming history- it was made for the 3DO platform. Remember that one?
Sometimes words just fail us. Like when all our data disappears. That kind of catastrophic event inspired this logo. And the shirt, designed for a data retrieval company, has become a favorite. http://www.datadisasters.net/
Every dog has his day!
We loved the playfulness of this mark enough to make shirts for the members.
A shield is all I need...
Sometimes a mark takes on the form of what the company does. In this case a shield for a marketing firm fit their attitude about protecting customers and brands.
Apparel that keeps you warm while working outdoors is a great thing. Here the online help for organic gardening is represented in this hoodie.
As subtle as a feather
You don't always need the billboard of a tshirt to be the biggest thing. Sometimes a smaller mark - even embroidered makes the most sense. Classy. That's what we're all about.
Get the word out!
New companies in a saturated market need a little help in getting the word out. That means give-a-ways. And that means happier customers!