Just 2 colors were used to create this beautiful design celebrating the 60 year anniversary of the Southern Scholorship Foundation.
This 7-color design for NOSC also looked amazing on military green and navy blue, in addition to the chestnut brown shirt pictured above.
This intricate Proof Brewing Co. design is impressive, despite the use of only 2 ink colors. Great artwork makes all the difference!
The Outback Steakhouse logo, a primitive arrow, and collegiate lettering printed in gold metallic ink made these gameday shirts a winner!
This unique shirt for Humble Arrogance proves that the right design can make even a single color shirt stand out in the crowd.
4 spot colors were used to created this tasty design for Cookie Cutter Rebel. The “warm” inks look great on a heliconia pink shirt.
“This one time, at banjo camp…”. Note the clever use of brown ink in this fun, commemorative 5-color shirt.
We created these 3-color beauties for Southern Scholarship Program leaders. The pistachio green shirt was a really nice choice.
Brief customer, occasion, colors, time of year, etc. description. Could also include a description of the product as well. Three to four lines should do it.
This fresh, 2-color design for C&A Landscape turned out great. The shirt color? What else? Forest green.
For a client based in the Chapel Hill area, we customized each part of this design including the street signs and buildings.
A clever use of negative space gives this distressed logo life and achieves the artisinal look desired.