Various T-Shirt Designs

A collection of various t-shirt designs

These designs were done for Kentucky for Kentucky. In green, 'Scenic Kentucky'. And in yellow, the infamous 'Cocaine Bear', Lincoln's birthplace made of Lincoln Logs, and a simplified Kentucky seal.
These Gatlinburg designs were offered for sale with proceeds going toward disaster relief.
Here are a few of my Christmas shirt designs for Kentucky for Kentucky. From top left clockwise: Colonel Sanders as a gingerbread man, Kentucky-shaped sleigh, Kentucky wreath, and Santa with a Kentucky beard.
The 'cursive' Ohio is produced in many different colors for city/school pride.
The Delaware design was done in commemoration of the city's annual high-stakes harness race.
A 'clipper' ship in honor of the Columbus Clippers baseball team and a 'lake' related design for the Lake Erie area of Ohio.
A few Cleveland designs.
A few of my Cincinnati sports designs for Shop the Direction. Scripting a 'spaghetti' word a little bit of a challenge, but fun!
Ugly Christmas sweaters are a little time consuming to create, but I love them. These four were for Shop the Direction.
A few more for KY for KY. Of the two as yet, Kentucky Mama is the only one to be made available for sale.
These are some of my favorite designs from a set for Pittsburgh.
A few collegiate designs. These particular schools were easier to work with and didn't require use of official logos/fonts so I got to be more creative.
Kentucky Darlin' and Gent were created for Miss Molly Vintage in partnership with My Kentucky Tee.
My Heart, My Home was inspired by 'My Old Kentucky Home, Federal Hill. It was sold by Southern Brewed Tees, formerly Kentucky Brewed Tees. The vintage Wildcat design was commissioned by Shop Local Kentucky.
'Love More, Hate Less.' was a part of a three-design series printed by the former Kentucky Brewed Tees.
'Be the Light' was done as the introductory design for a monthly tee subscription from Grace & Ink Apparel.
Both of these designs were sold by Kentucky Brewed Tees. I especially loved creating the Kentucky zombie, the raccoon gets me every time.
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