Monday, February 28, 2011

T-shirts for Sidney York

I recently did a rather large order (465 shirts! WOW!) for a friend who's got a new album and will be touring across Canada in the spring (May I think...) to promote it. Her name is SIDNEY YORK and you should visit her website and try and check out one of her upcoming shows and buy a shirt! (My sister Sheryl is even playing her oboe and singing at the shows! So come out and heckle the oboe player!!! Heeheehee...)

It's the largest print run I've ever done, and although I'm only 2/3 of the way through, it went really well! I'll be printing a third design on another 200 blue shirts some time in the nearish future! Exciting!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Logo: Meaningful Work Project

This is a logo project I did for Miss Alla Guelber who is the founder and director of the Meaningful Work Project. It sounds like a pretty neat project she's starting up and if you're at all curious, please check out her website at

The last image is a banner I put together for the website.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Sketchbook Project 2011

Sooooo, this is a pretty neat project I participated in. There were something like 28000 Moleskin sketchbooks sent out and each person fills it in, using one of the themes as inspiration, and mails it back to the Brooklyn Art Library. They archive them and put them online, send them on a tour that visits libraries in major US cities, and then keep them in the Brooklyn Art Library. Here's a link to their website:

It was interesting sketching based on a theme. The theme I chose was "Science Project Gone Wrong," and as you can see, I used it as a very loose general idea, with some things really having absolutely no relation to it at all... Oh well. It was fun though. I even rebound the book with heavier paper so that I could paint in it, and included a few fold outs! Neat!