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Royalty-free stock illustration is plentiful and cheap. However, finding a high quality version of an item that is unique can be a real challenge. And then sometimes you just need a tiki god holding a chainsaw. When stock illustration just won't do, contact me. From custom characters for ad campaigns to t-shirt designs, I've worked on dozens of projects. I work in Illustrator and can provide an editable master version along with sized files in a range of formats. I can also provide traditional media images as high res scans. Pricing depends on the complexity of the imagery.
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Custom t-shirts are a popular way to reward volunteers, generate team synergy, boost employee morale and thank donors. While t-shirts used to be an expensive proposition with upfront payment and subsequent storage of giant boxes of shirts, newer Print On Demand services make it possible to order small batches ... or even single shirts. Whether you want to go with a simple one color design or really upscale it with full color, designing a great t-shirt is really just a matter of good planning. Here are some considerations:
Will you be using a screenprinter who does mass quantities or small Print-On-Demand job?
Do you have a shirt base color in mind already? If you're looking to use a company color for the shirt you'll want to use your established brand colors and accent colors (think, for example, of a t-shirt for a sports team with blue and yellow colors - you'll want your shirt to be those blue and yellow colors so it looks good along with your other promotional collateral). We graphic designers use a color calibration system to match - as closely as we can - established colors.
Do you want to go with a single ink color or full color? (If full color, even on a white shirt you'll likely want to use a white flood).
Should the design be front side and back side? Front side full color, back side single or 2 color? Sleeve? Sleeve print really ups the perception of value.
The answer to many of these might be "Well, what's the cost?" I can work with your budget to get the best combination of features based on price.
Do you have any particular style in mind? Bold illustration? Something more subtle? Is the shirt part of a marketing campaign?
Who are your recipients typically? If you're wanting to make something that will appeal to them, be sure to think about who they are (in a very general sense).
Infographics are an eye-catching way to instantly communicate with viewers and share otherwise dry statistics. A custom infographic can tell the story of how consumers can save money by making smart decisions, how a company's performance is stacking up and communicate a concept like a benefits analysis in an engaging way. I maintain a large library of infographic vector elements that can be quickly adapted and combined to create a range of data in an unlimited number of styles and colors to match your existing branding. Pricing depends on the complexity of the project, contact me for a free quote.