The school director wanted a shirt design for students that incorporated elements of a seismograph reading to infer the idea that they were “unshakeable” in the face of uncertainty.
Time to show school spirit and raise some funds for the PTA! Most of these shirts were printed with a single color screen, keeping costs low and allowing the organization to boost school pride. 5th Graders sporting their blue tie-dye shirts to the Southern Christmas...
This design was commissioned by a local public school principal. It was originally going to be a staff shirt, but it was so popular that it was printed on hoodies for the school spirit store.
Union Grove General Store wanted a historic looking logo to use on T-shirts and marketing campaigns. The idea was to have the 19th-century text with an sketched-look version of the storefront in the middle.
The Carolina Piedmont Region of the American Red Cross sponsors an annual cycling and running event, the Lake Norman Excursion. In 2012, the event organizers wanted something different and “funky” for the event T-shirt.