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Monday, February 23, 2009

Boy Scouts

A coworker of mine requested that I design a Boyscout Patch for them. They already had a hand-drawn sketch of what they wanted. It took quite a bit of time to draw this sucker in Illustrator and to keep it simple since it is going to be a stitched patch. This is the first iteration of the patch. Not sure if its the final yet since I sent it forward today. So we'll see what happens. But for now, here is phase 1. Hopefully when its all finished, I can get a photo of the actual patch.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

T-Shirt Design Contest - VOTE 4 ME!

I decided to finally enter an art contest. It's been a long time since I've done one, so I figured it's worth a shot. Hey, I even got a Free Tote Bag just for being one of the first 50 to submit a design!! The theme for this contest is Valentine's Day. The company designs eco-friendly clothing. So it had to fit the eco-friendly feel as well as the Valentine's Day theme. So this was the design I liked the best of all my submissions. I made a couple to signify Valentines Day, of course. They are enjoying each others company on a swing outside in nature. The tree branch of course signifies the eco-friendly attire. I added a "distressed" look to the t-shirt to give a little more of a modern feel to it. Below are also thumbnails of a few other submissions (the others were all similar so I grouped them together). I'll find out next month who the winners are. The winner gets a free i-Touch or a Wii. I already have a Wii, so I'm hoping to get the i-Touch. My poor i-pod is in desperate need of an upgrade. Anywhoo...hope you like it! Vote for my shirts!! Go to the link in the first sentence of this post and vote for my shirt. Please!! :) Thanks guys!

This one is called "Me & You on a Swing for 2":
These are some of the other designs:

Wednesday, February 4, 2009


So I was asked to design the 5ft posters for the I/ITSEC conference held every year in Florida. This was back in like Nov/Dec....around Thanksgiving or so when this conference was held. I ended up creating both in Illustrator to keep the file size down. I made them both complete vector-art posters. Everything you see is vector art...including the screen captures. I retyped the text on the screen caps and converted all the imagery to vector art. This is what I came up with. Enjoy!