This will be the last post on tee-shirt designs for now.
Here are some more of my illustrations that made it onto the cloth.
Shaker Funiture Tee-Shirt Designs
There is a carpenter named Tony Garcia who specializes in converting old barn wood into fine furnishings. Tony contacted me with a proposition: “I’ll make you a piece of furniture in return for an illustration from you!” How could I refuse such an honor? He was in need of a tee-shirt design, and I was to illustrate it. I was given this as reference:
Here is the final result:
In my opinion, the graphic quality of this drawing really brings out the idea behind the concept. I can tell you, it was pretty tough getting that furniture into those tiny bottles! It’s a case of making something sharp, in black-and-white, helps the observer ‘read’ the image in a very quick and efficient way.
Fabels, Animal Tee-Shirt Designs
I took this next image from the actual shirt it is printed on. The print quality is excellent. From a major Ad campaign for Bell Canada. The agency who coordinated it was Cosette. This spin-off merchandise was part of a major national television and print campaign featuring animal characters, called “Fables”…
Defenders of Wildlife Tote Bag Design
I created an early version of the Defenders of Wildlife logo. They are still using this image in a graphic, color logo. This illustration made it onto a tote bag offering by the animal welfare group: