I got really excited after the inkybear stencil flip experiments… I thought how cool it would be if the stencils ended in some kind of “texture” or pattern that I could bleed over with my roller. So I created 3 new stencils, all smaller than the one I made for the original inkybear stencil: Cloud, […]
For the live tshirt printing at DesignBox I had to research a new method for printing… I didn’t want to use a screen because they clog quickly and have to be cleaned soon after you’re finished. Not great for one offs. I chose to use stencils, spray mount and these little roller brushes used for […]
My wife, known to most of the world as “Roxy Rockett,” was once the captain of the Trauma Queens. I designed this logo for them with LOTS of help and feedback from the team! Here’s me modeling it: Learn more about the Carolina Roller Girls if you want.
I designed this for some friends in Lexington, KY who wrote and put on a play called… THREE FOOLISH BACHELORS! It was great fun! A bit more about the play: Three Foolish Bachelors a play by Philip Tallon and on his front porch July 24, 2003 – Wilmore, KY And a link to look at […]
I designed this shirt for Carmin my step daughter. She and I are going to work on a dog-rider to add to the series of princesses who ride animals, smile and carry weapons. This design inspired me because it forced me to cut narrow lines… I’m more comfortable “composing” my stencils with shapes than lines […]
I made this design for the fans and supporters of my wife whose roller derby name is Roxy Rockett (she also took these pictures). Tai Chi-Tahs co-captain Kelly Clocks’em here models a ginormous Rockett Boosters shirt that she got surgical with. Yay for t shirt surgery! I’m especially pleased with how the flames turned out. […]