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 one time, at banjo camp...”. Note the clever use of brown ink in this fun, commemorative 5-color shirt.
6 inks and a plethora of gold foil made these sugar skull-styled lion tanks uniquely beautiful. Created for the ladies at Phi Mu, Spring 2014.
6 ink colors brought this festive sugar skull design to life for the Chi Omega Fall ‘14 Sisterhood Event.
Just 3 inks were used to create this beautiful night sky artwork for the Florida Department of Education.
Sunny yellow inks on a rich, dark chocolate shirt enabled this friendly design to match the spirit of the 2013 Tallahappy initiative!
This 6-color design for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission featured a strong message...and an ultra-realistic lionfish!
A masterful blend of 2 ink colors on white gave this intricate design a fierce look for Rocktoberfest at Leon High School.
6 colors (4 process & two “spot”) were used to create this beautiful fall tree for the Big Bend Hospice Fall Affair.
4 inks were used to create this beautiful, unique Ardent Worship “watercolor” design for Sister 2 Sister.