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Custom T-Shirt Diary 45: Blue Magic Soccer Jerseys

Blue Magic Soccer Club, playing out of Washington DC has pretty much everything. A great logo, a league to play in and, most importantly, some great players on its roster. It was lacking jerseys, so we went to work taking their logo, adapting it for screen printing and then printing their jerseys, with a sponsor’s […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 37: Pirates of Penzance Play

I already wrote about creating the police department costumes for the 3rd to 6th graders who were in this play at Pierce School in Brookline, MA. But I didn’t mention that I also made the standard play shirts which were given out to staff and participants, and sold to the public. A great deep dark […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 36: Pigeosaurus

Working with Farzon A. Nahvi on his pet project, which I’ve started calling Pigeosaurus was one of the recent highlights at Evan Webster Ink. It was great because Farzon is a friend and great guy but also because his t-shirt project itself was exceptionally interesting. The design originated from a graffiti image. I took a […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 35: Penzance PD Costume

This was one fun project. I worked with my old elementary school, Pierce School in Brookline, MA, to create the police uniforms they would be wearing on stage in their performance of the musical Pirates of Penzance. It was really cool to use screen printing to create costumes and also great to work with Pierce. […]

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T-Shirt Travels Review – 11: Final Chapter – Final Thoughts

In this last chapter, Pietra gets into the fascinating details of the mitumba, or Western clothing, trade. Men’s clothing can be up to five times more expensive than comparable women’s clothing. This is due to less supply (ever known a guy whose primary wardrobe piece is his fifteen year old youth basketball t-shirt?) combined with […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 34: Real Food Challenge Summit Series

A year earlier I screen printed Real Food Challenge’s Ivy Summit Series t-shirts. This year I got the call again, but everything had changed. Instead of doing a single summit they were doing five. Needless to say the number of shirts was going up accordingly. In addition, they were holding an open design contest to […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 33: Maple Syrup Project

The Maple Syrup Project is a great local even held in Somerville, MA. Run by Groundwork Somerville, the project involves tapping urban sugar maples. The final event is a two-day marathon in which the sap from those trees is boiled down into the delicious thick concoction we know as maple syrup. It takes 40 gallons […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 32: Sevsmageddon

It all started with a simple email subject that was innocent enough: “Potential Pub Crawl Shirts?” But knowing the crazy and fun cast of characters I was working with I should’ve known things would quickly go from mildly interesting to epic. What ended up happening was my creative impulses were spiked to all-time highs when […]

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T-Shirt Travels Review – 10: Lifecycle of a T-shirt

This last section of the book, focusing on the used clothing industry, is where t-shirts go from a commodity to unique, individual products. Just to be clear, the “used clothing industry” generally consists of excess clothing donated by Americans, sorting it, and then sending the majority of it to Africa, where it is eventually sold […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 31: Go Biddy!

I liked working on the Go Biddy t-shirts because the are for a great cause. Biddy plays lacrosse and I got an email from a family member interested in tees to outfit the whole family when they went to cheer her on. That has good vibes and it was great to help make that possible.

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