I have quite a few conversations via YouTube email regarding shirt printing… I had lengthy discussions with one fellow in particular who is quite skilled with the x-acto blade. His name’s Nathan Ross. He sent me links to some of his work and said it was ok to add his photos to my blog…
My friend Mark Brown (check out the Mark Brown solo music projects and his band, Red Shade Blue) watched my stencil tshirt making tutorial and then made and sent me a shirt… Here I am proudly wearing it before Brandy and I went out to pint night (it’s a logo from Jesus Christ Super Star): […]
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My friend Kristin Munro-Leighton makes shirts using the same stencil and screen method that I use. LOTS of people use stencils and brushes or stencils and rollers. Only 3 people that I know of use stencils and screens. Kristin’s work is awesome because it’s always highly personal, for friends and family and has inventive bridges […]
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My wife (you probably know her as Roxy Rockett) designed this simple and highly wearable design of the state of North Carolina. You don’t have to take this shirt off and spin it around your head like a helicopter… you’re already representing hard enough just by putting it on.
Kristin designed this shirt for her sister, Colleen Munro-Leighton who’s studying for her PHD in chemistry at NCState. This represents a molecule that Colleen made. I can’t pronounce it but it does have the phrase “nac-nac” in it which makes it a favorite amongst friends and family. This shirt blew my brains in terms of […]
Emily Saltzman designed this shirt – inspired by a math class at Warren Wilson. She cut the original stencil out of a brown paper bag if I remember correctly. If you look at it right you can see the multi-dimensional cubes built around each other in some wonderful geometrical goodness. Design by Emily Saltzman.
Arlyce Menzies drew this image, but I think I cut it… and her brother came up with it. His girlfriend challenged him to change his pessimistic outlook on life and so he asked for help making a shirt that showed one of the things in life that he really really likes. I think it’s a […]
Over the years Kristin has given me a shirt or two that I especially admired. This one faded so wonderfully and it’s on a nice royal blue shirt that’s kind of thick but really really soft. She gave it to me, lucky me! Here’s the front: And the back: This design is by Kristin Munro-Leighton