A fun name, a fun logo to design, and a creative tagline on the back shirt. The challenge to designing shirts is using as few colors as possible to keep costs down. The front shirt uses only two colors. We wanted the logo and skull to appear first, so that meant the swords would take a backseat. I'm still able to use the swords here because I'm knocking out the part of the black flag to use the shirt's natural color to reveal the swords.
My second lucky shirt. The font I'm using on the back shirt has a natural drop shadown designed into the font. It's not ideal for layer styles, but the drop shadow font looks really good on one color shirts.
The first lucky shirt I designed. I'm using a dark mustard yellow on the front to barely reveal the shamrock pattern. This way, the logo also gets the attention it deserves.
This was a car show shirt for employees. My first goal in designing employee shirts it finding a bright shirt. I want employees to be easy to find in a darkly lit casino. This pacticular shirt was fun because of the tail pipes coming out of the logo and the tire tread marks in the back.
This shirt features a slightly re-designed Christmas in July logo on the front. The back of the shirt features a custom illustration of Santa.
Two colors on the front shirt. Five on the back. One area I didn't have to use color: Santa's pupils. Both were punched through to use the shirt color for eyes to save from using one more color.
For this seventh anniversary shirt, the designs feature the famous slot machine "777" with a little bit of fire.
Here the front shirt utilized an altered logo. The back shirt is using are main fifth anniversary logo that we originally designed in photosop. I had to take that photoshop logo and vectorize it to make it work for a 3 color shirt.