Number two design from Quaker City Motor Works. If you missed out on the first one....get hot!!
Kenric down at Quaker City Motor Works in Philly is coming up with some new limited motorcycle designs on sale through his site. It will be a one shot - get em while they last !!! Check it out
Here are some cool car guys in Harrisburg that are doing some great lo-fi graphics for the tuner set. Great to see the kids still like things with wheels and not just phones....
Check them out!! http://lowlifestyle.com/
Here was one that was unexpected. Didn't know Kevin Costner had this going on. Might have to give it a chance.
You have to have respect for people with money who try something instead of figuring out which new 20 million dollar house to never live in.
5 color print on black.
Just finished up the new design we made up for Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. Here is an example of and idea on a napkin that we fleshed out. HMAC and the Stage on Herr St bar is a great venue. A shining star in Harrisburg. Check them out!! www.HarrisburgArts.com
This one was pretty difficult. The client brought in an old t-shirt that was printed several years ago and wanted us to recreate it. We had to scan the shirt and reconstruct it in Photoshop, making sure to get the layers and shading correct. You can't really see it in this image, but the medium grey in the word "HARRISBURG" is printed using shimmer/sparkle ink, which had a really nice effect.
It turned out to be a great shirt for the Harrisburg High School Marching Band.
Originally published 1/17/2012
Michael Macneal runs The Monster Cycle (tm), "an innovative experience in studio cycling for all types of rock star riders" at Equinox gyms in NYC. Michael's approach to the t-shirts he orders
from us is a bit different than our usual clients, ripping, burning, painting, and all-around destroying the shirts for his pupils to wear. We worked with Michael to create a bandana and two t-shirts for his class, as well as some work with his logo. Also, check out a video of Michael on NY1 News (and note the t-shirts and bandanas!)! His class officially launched this month, and we wish him the