If you're a maker or a creator looking to find a way to sell your goods to the masses, I write about my first year in business on Etsy, debunk some myths, and share some tools I use to help me work more efficiently and effectively.Read More
The Kraken Theatre hired me to illustrate a logo to be used on signage, posters, and possibly t-shirts and stickers. Here's a breakdown of my design rationale.Read More
Just for fun (and a $20 credit to Sticker Mule), I designed a potential sticker for the Canada Challenge Playoff. Its concept is based on the welcoming nature of Canadians, retro motel signage, and a simple colour palette of hot reds and cool, icey blues.
If you're interested in participating, it's on until June 29th. Details can be found here.
My Happy Camper was featured in Redbubble's Father's Day blog post today. Wahoo! What an exciting email to get. That definitely makes me a Happy Camper :-)
This Happy Camper design has been so popular, I'm not only expanding on products I offer in my Etsy shop, but I'm also expanding my line of designs to include more adventure/outdoor themed designs.
Take a peek at some I've already got available - and there's definitely more coming down the pipe so stay in touch with me on instagram to get the latest on when new designs are available.
Some exciting news hit my inbox yesterday; My Happy Camper design was chosen to join Cotton Bureau's fabulous catalogue of t-shirts for 2 weeks.
What does that mean exactly? Well, it'll be available for pre-order on the Cotton Bureau website for 2 weeks. Since I've currently locked down 16 sales, it'll definitely print (12 was the minimum) but, it's only available until May 16th at 8PM so go grab one here while you still can. If you were a little late on the ball, go forth and put in a request to have it come back!
A little history on this design...it was originally inspired by my top selling Happy Camper design shown here and I adjusted it to suit the 4 colour screen printing process. I almost think it got even more vintage-y with the 4 colours which is awesome. What do you think?
Generally speaking, I wanted this design to bring back feelings of childhood and summer's away, camping among the trees and under the stars. I know it does that for me so I hope it does that for all you outdoor lovers out there too.