The Spindles United Soccer Team came to me looking for a custom popup event tent. We were able to accomplish a sublimated custom canopy and included a custom frame designed for this high top canopy. The pictures were taken indoors and don’t show the height of this 10×10 event popup tent. The high point center really makes the artwork standout as it can be seen even up close.
Our friend Marisa was in need of business cards for her new cleaning business. Her mother supplied the design, according to our specifications, and we took care of the rest. These cards are an 18pt glossy with a single-sided print.
Ken from One Stop Power Wash asked for some t-shirts and we happily created a few shirts for him using DTF.
Our friends over at Clean As A Whisker Feline Exclusive Spa, on Remsen St in Cohoes, tasked Justin to do print some canvases of some groomed kitty’s. These two canvases came out great and Deb was very happy with them. These are different sizes but still mounted to 3/4″ stretcher bars.
Printed a black and white canvas of a newlywed couple on the back of their custom car. The photo was taken by a photographer at their wedding and was brought to me in a digital file for which I was able to crop. It’s a 24×36 canvas printed mounted to 3/4″ stretcher bars.
Anthony from Gent’s Barber Company wanted to put some graphics on his rear window. This included the logo, a link to book an appointment as well as his Instagram handle. I performed a simple layout which he approved. The vinyl was cut and applied the same day. I took an interesting approach to get the correct Instagram color by printing, laminating then cutting the icon out with my cutter as there is no vinyl…
Justin was tasked with designing a logo and creating a menu with very little input. After some deliberation, the chef came to him and “Ed” was born! Using this character, a logo with a playful font was created… The menu followed in the logo style with colors and styling to match.
These stickers were for a bag of S’Mores that were given out at a baby shower. They were inspired by an existing online designed and redesigned with the couple’s names on them to be adhered to the bags. The stickers were kiss cut and then cut into sheets for easy application. The customer was happy with the result and the bags were provided as well.
This was a project for a customer that need an assortment of marketing materials for his Vintage Merchandise business. Together, we designed his cards and prepared them for printing. These are aluminum cards that have been dye sublimated.
We only do these type of business cards in small batches upon request. The materials vary in quality from batch to batch therefore they tend to be inconsistent by default. They are made using a sublimation…