This was the design used on the front of the t-shirt Miller Industries gave to attendees during the 2016 Baltimore Tow Show. This was also part of the 100 year celebration of the Holmes tow truck.
An hour glass without sand.
The volume knob is almost to 15. That’s four louder than 11.
It’s a battery with a full charge.
This t-shirt design borrows generously from one of Andy Warhol’s soup paintings.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Watermelon Seeds, Mama Bear, and Copying.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Smugglin’ Turtles, Mama Bear, and Copying.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Smugglin’ Turtles, Watermelon Seeds, and Copying.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Smugglin’ Turtles, Watermelon Seeds, and Mama Bear.
A logo I made gratis for my co-worker’s wife. Science in Action is a school program she heads in Tuscaloosa.
This was the final design I arrived at for the t-shirts commemorating the 2009 prom.
A proposed t-shirt design for the 2009 Tuscaloosa Academy prom featuring the clown from the parents invitation.
Unabashed, this graphic was proposed for use on the chest pocket of the prom t-shirt.
An inside joke between my dad and his brother, this was printed on several shirts and parodies the fictitious Lemming mascot of Salus University.
An inside joke between my father and his brother for the fictitious Lemmings mascot for Salus University.