DGI has a new client, Boost Energy. They are a UK based company that is expanding into the US. They had me over to do a photo shoot of a can to be printed on a banner, coasters, refrigerator decals and other things. Here are a couple of pics from that shoot and of the banner. (Boost)
I created a set of banners and a table runner for The Shepherd’s Guide here in PA. They took them to a conference to flank their table and then the table runner to go over a table with a black table cloth. WE created them to be used together but if they only needed one then the could.(printing done by DGI)
One of my favorite projects over the last couple months was working on this video and shirt. Benjamin from Decade contacted us about having some shirts made. He supplied the artwork (created by Ryan at The Mynt Design) that we used to create the screens. Weston from DGI printed the shirts. The fun part was that we decided to created a video demoing the process of creating the shirt from beginning to end. You can see the whole process in just a couple min. I also want to thank Jason from Fulltilt Productions for supplying us with the music written by Madera.
Just got done wrapping this trailer with Weston from DGI. He did the wrapping, I just helped out with some of the design work. The guys over at Super Cycle Store wanted to get half the trailer wrapped before they went down to bike week. The video below is a quick couple shots we took before they drove away… Shot with an iPhone 3GS, maybe next time we’ll use something better
We took some pictures too…
Working with DGI we have printed a number of shirts recently. Mostly we do the art and they do the screen press work. Here is a shirt for Alex Spalding Racing. The fun part about designing for screened shirts is that you can’t just print a photo on to the shirt you have to separate out the colors. In this case we took a photo of their car and had to take it down to a 2 color image keeping all the detail. Here are the original image, mock up and then final shirt.