Since I'm still waiting on a team kit for my new bike team, I made this rad shirt for my last short-track race of the season!
Here's an oldie but goodie from 2010 when I use to work with my favorite wrapper Shasta. One of the many perks of working for a design firm is the awesome samples and swag paper companies send. Neenah Paper, for example, sent their lovely paper samples as a clock making kit. Pretty cool right? 35mm film Shasta and I ended up using the same wood grain clock face, but she added a twist by combining the cuckoo clock pattern with the wood grain.
35mm film Here's Shasta cutting and pasting away.
iPhone And here's my mine.
The other day my buddy Danielle helped me make over one of my shirts and taught me a thing or two about sewing (she's got a serger sewing machine!) Danielle is über talented and makes pretty rad art. Check out her fine art blog and her Etsy profile for reconstructed shirts that she makes. From oversize and shapeless, to cute & figure flattering. I'm so stoked! We basically flipped the shirt upside down, tightened the back, and Danielle did the hard part of figuring out how to turn sleeves into pockets. To make things a little easy, I used bias tape to create the straps since I didn't have any matching fabric lying around. I'm really excited to do more clothing related projects.