In this Reddit thread, /u/Clifford_the_big_red asked if someone would make a t-shirt with a minimalist illustration of Ichiro with the caption, “Who the Fuck is Tom Brady?”
So, I made one.
Thanks to Maggie for your guidance on refining the illustration.
(Here’s the PDF (for export) which should work for uploading to a t-shirt-making website.)
If you like the illustration, please consider listening to my podcast, Four-Finger Shotguns.
Fuckin’ A! t-shirts($25), hoodies($40), and stickers ($6) are now available at teespring.com/finga for as long as they keep selling. I think.
I haven’t used teespring.com before and their instructions are a little unclear. Upon further investigation, it looks like they do a print run as long as one shirt gets sold. (I bought one for myself, so the print run happens on Monday.) Then they do another print run every 21 days as long as one gets sold during that span of time.
If not, I can re-activate the campaign and the whole thing starts over again.
I miss Freehand’s “Paste Inside”. I’m sure there’s a way to do that in Affinity Designer, but I haven’t gotten around to finding it yet.
I honestly just miss Freehand. Shame on you, Adobe.
Allyship.org wanted a play on the House of Cards logo, so they got the House of Cards logo, but with the word Queer instead of Cards. And the rainbow flag instead of the U.S. flag.
Seattle International Narcotics Anonymous Convention (SINAC) 2017 had an opening for a graphic designer. I’m volunteering to do the work and this is my introduction piece. It combines a variation on the Seattle Mariner’s logo with the organization’s logo, spelling out the SINAC acronym.
Continue reading SINAC logo
Our bowling team needed a logo for shirts, because bowling teams need shirts and shirts need logos. I don’t make the rules, I just break them when I can.
Continue reading Gutter Monks
Logo design for the John Wayne Pioneer Trail in the Iron Horse State Park.
Continue reading John Wayne Pioneer Trail
This edit involved both Photoshop and Affinity Design.
In photoshop, as discussed earlier, I added the Obeebo dance steps sculpture from further up Broadway as if it were a zen garden at the foot of the station where the Central Coop will someday be built.
Continue reading Broadway and John LLR Station Mural, Part 2b