In addition to recapping all my design projects each month, I've started to share more of the photos I take. Here are some of 'em from March:
Next are some pins that I designed for the 19th ave sweet shop Hello Robin! The pins are based off of their delicious ice cream sandwiches:
A few months ago I designed some pins for the startup, LOHO, who are developing new tights for all shapes of bodies. They reordered this month and wanted some new backing cards, so I took the floral route:
I finally found a little bit of time to make some pins for fun--and just in time for baseball season. I designed a couple Ken Griffey Junior jersey pins based on some of the old school Mariner color combos. They're available at in-store at Porchlight and online at Close By if you want one!
First up, I designed this three color, 18" x 24" screen print for Gogol Bordello's sold out show at the Neptune Theater here in Seattle. I decided on a mustachioed man, loosely based on the band's lead singer, dancing along some clotheslines, making his way to a guitar.
Every month I take a lot of photos--a lot of which are shared on Instagram, but a lot of others that stay stashed on my computer. Here are a few of my favorites from the month.
Between Porchlight and my own web orders, I ship out a few packages a day. I designed some shipping bags to spice up all the orders.