Black and Pink is an open family of LGBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other. Our work toward the abolition of the prison industrial complex is rooted in the experience of currently and formerly incarcerated people. We are outraged by the specific violence of the prison industrial complex against LGBTQ people, and respond through advocacy, education, direct service, and organizing.
I did not design the logo for this organization, but I did convert it for t-shirt printing at my shop.
This is a drawing I did many years ago for a holiday card. Because of all the snow we’ve been having in New England, posting this now feels very appropriate!
End result: white ink on a t-shirt. Intermediate step: negative line drawing on tracing paper!
This is a project I worked on a couple years ago for a hockey team! It mainly involved vectorizing their original sketch and then separating the colors for printing.
I designed these shirts for my family’s reunion in 2012. As you can see, it’s a 3-color print, but the beauty of plaid makes it appear like 9 colors! Of course, this is the actual Baird tartan pattern, which makes it extra cool.
Here is a drawing I did for the Longbranch Family reunion a couple years ago – it eventually got printed on t-shirts for the family.
I took this multi-color design and reduced it down to lavender and white on a black t-shirt. Shirts are for sale on their website.
Unstraight takes all you ever wanted out of your imagination and channels it into instruments and amplifiers, swarming your ears and overwhelming your brain until you’re moving your body not knowing why. Taking alternative rock to the edges of its boundaries with electronic, punk, and garage; Unstraight does not walk the common path.
We are all women, all queer, and all you ever wanted.
This is a stylized vector drawing of a wave, from a photograph.
Here’s a vector drawing I did for screen printing 3 color, from a scan of a business card.
This is one of the first art projects I did at my shop – back in 2006. I started with clip art from the internet, and traced a line drawing. I was so proud of this one that I had it printed on a shirt, and I walked around wearing it, even though, to this day, I have no idea who The Pitt Bulls were!