Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation: The Great Chefs Event
The Great Chefs Event, is one of the biggest events every year, for Alex’s Lemonade Stand. I was asked to design the t-shirt for the 2013 event, which will be held on June, 11 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
I wasn’t given the proper guidelines, for the design specs, but I made it work in the end. My original idea was steampunk gears, with subtle characteristics of lemons. The organization wanted the gears to look more like lemons. So after a few revisions, this is the final product. It’ll be pretty cool to see famous chefs, from around the globe, wearing a shirt that I designed.
Be sure to check out info for The Great Chefs event here.
Twenty Two Bones: braincases on display
Art Exhibition Catalogue
While at Rutgers, for Communications Design II, we were given the task of creating a fictional art exhibit. The only constraint, was that every piece in the exhibit needed to have a common theme. The themeI chose, was the human skull. The human skull is comprised of twenty two bones, hence the name of the exhibition. From there, I chose numerous pieces to be include in my exhibit, ranging in mixed medias.
Included above, is the logo, the cover of the catalogue, and a spread from the catalogue.
One of my favorite bands, Mastodon, hails from Atlanta, GA; home of the Atlanta Braves. I decided to change the Braves logo, and replace it with Mastodon. I think it meshes pretty well. Bran, the drummer for Mastodon, has given it his seal of approval.
You can purchase this prolific shirt here.
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Roux Roux Roux You Know It!
Philadelphia Flyers head coach, Peter Laviolette, refereed to Claude Giroux as “the best player in the world”, after his performance in game 6 of the quarterfinals of the NHL playoffs versus the Pittsburgh Penguins, and rightfully so. Giroux set the tone only 32 seconds into the game with a goal and also laying out Sidney Crosby only seconds before. This design is inspired by the widely popular catchphrase of WWE superstar Zack Ryder; “Woo Woo Woo You Know It!”. Let the FlyeREVOLUTION begin!
Get Flyered up! Wear this shirt during EVERY Flyers game, whether if you may be at the Wells Fargo Center or at your favorite water hole. Get your shirt here.
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The Gem In The Pen - Dr. Stutes
Last season, Mike Stutes stepped up as one of the “go to guys” in the Phillies bullpen. This young, vibrant arm got the Phillies out of many jams. For that, he truly is a “Gem In The Pen”.
You can wear this gem of a garment to Citizens Bank Park, by clicking here.
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The Mets are laughable at best, as competition in the National League East. They should change their team name to the New York Muphy’s Law. The organization has caught some bad breaks over the past few seasons, but it’s quite enjoyable for us Phillies fans.
This shirt is no longer for sale. Spreadshirt took the shirt down after 2 purchases were made. #lolspreadshirt
Love him or hate him, Hulk Hogan is a wrestling icon. Was he the best in ring performer? No. Was his gimmick lame? Of course. But he was a show man, and the fans loved it.
In the series of vintage wrestling shirts, I wanted to add this to the collection. Own the shirt that Hulk Hogan made popular here.
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Bret “Hitman” Hart
The day has finally arrived…..WrestleMania 28 is upon us. I decided to recreate another iconic logo from one of the best WrestleMania performers of all time, Bret Hart.
You can pretend to be the “Excellence of Execution” buy purchasing the t-shirt here.
Happy WrestleMania 28 Eve, folks. I thought back to some of my favorite wrestlers growing up as a kid, and one of the first to come to mind was Mr. Perfect. He had one of my favorite gimmicks, whether he was face or heel, and he was a gifted in-ring performer.
I decided to recreate his iconic logo, and put it on a t-shirt. You can purchase this “absolutely perfect” t-shirt right here.
On The Tracks
Sometimes some of the greatest photography is spontaneous. I’m not saying this photo is great, but this composition was spontaneous. I stumbled upon this shot while working on a web design project for school. You never know what you might stumble upon, so always carry a camera.
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WrestleMania 28 Event Poster
We are officially less than a week away from the biggest spectacle of the year, WrestleMania 28. The entire card has just become official on Monday nighty, March 26. Here is the event poster I designed for this year.
You can order a print title here.
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Don’t Waste Beer
In the early 1940’s, Raymond Wilcox created a silkscreen poster for the Philadelphia Council of Defense and the City of Philadelphia Water Bureau to promote conservation of water for the war effort.
I figured it was a great opportunity to put my twist on it. Beer > Water in my book.
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WrestleMania 28 Event Poster
We are officially “on the road” to WrestleMania. Five matches have been officially announced thus far, and the card is shaping up well. Here is my event poster I have designed for this year, which will be a work in progress as more matches are announced.
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Today, at 9am on October 1st, Walt Disney World celebrates its 40th Anniversary. For 40 years, “The Vacation Kingdom of the World” has created fond memories for hundreds of millions of people; so today, we salute you.
I took this photo back in August 2010, early in the morning before the Magic Kingdom was opened to all guests. This is one of my favorite places to photograph.
Make it happen, Rube. That’s all I’m saying.
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