These latest legacy tails are part of a series of empannage designs for t-Shirts and posters. The 707 is one of the first and oldest passenger jets and the design deserved a special composition. They’ll be available some time soon.
A design that is available is this fictional airline tail from the 1970 film, “Airport”. The plot takes place during a twilight flight to Rome.
Douglas DC-8 Empennage 11″ x 17″ Authentic Poster | $5
Only 200 Posters made, less than 100 left.
Choose from a variety of styles and colors. Each set comes with a custom package label. Have an idea for your own set? Call or text me: 323-380-8026 or Contact me via Facebook or NextDoor.
3.5″ Inch in diameter. These brilliant coasters are high resolution, smooth with a micro weaved polyester fabric top, and non-skid, 100% natural black rubber base. Coasters are cold-water hand washable.
In the summer of 2016, a blank mousepad order yielded some 3.5″ inch sample coasters in my package. My expectations were somewhat low since coasters get wet, and, I don’t do sublimation heat press. I was thoroughly surprised, however. They didn’t smear or run with non-alcoholic beverages. After many extensive washes and rough treatments, some light blurring occurred. Someone experienced heavy ink run after soaking it in heavy alcohol. They didn’t wait for the cure time, however, which is 7-10 days.
Here’s a recent Review of my best selling 6 Piece Planet Set. ETSY REVIEW Oct 1, 2017 5 out of 5 stars Bought the planet coasters and we use them on our dining room table. They’ve got a rubbery feel to them on the bottom which prevents them from sliding on the table. The planets haven’t faded or washed out. Very pleased.
These popular coasters were a special request. Click image to purchase from Gate72.net
NASA is giving away free posters! The creative visual strategists at JPL, known as “The Studio,” created a fantastic series of 14 posters. These retro style posters were created by a team of 9 artists, designers, and illustrators. The subject started with exoplanets — planets orbiting other stars — to celebrate NASA’s study of them.
Published in some of the top magazines including Maxim, FHM and Esquire, OG Foto (#ogfoto) is one of the top glamor photographers. With popular social networks, OG Foto needed some modern branding, and I delivered 😉
On the Run Since ’91, not without a break or two. Blunt is back is biz thanks to Ian and yours truly 😉 I just couldn’t stand not seeing Blunt still in business. It wasn’t a matter of brand or style, but management, or lack there-of. I played a big role in part-deux, but things where out of my control when it came down to it. I didn’t make the final call or decisions. C’est la vie. So I’m looking on the bright side and coming at it with a positive attitude. I’ve been archiving for a couple months now and will be doing that for the better part of summer. We still have lots of cool stuff to liquidate, and a hand-full of cool new designs in the works. Check back for updates cause I’ll have some.
T-Shirt designs, website, social networks and general direction for Skuffmarx Skateboards/Apparel. An important recognized addition to Skuffmarx was the word BRAND. I introduced it to the first batch of designs and it stuck.
The initial design and direction was skateboard streetwear and inspired by 1990’s spoof graphics that mimic real brands.
During work on the second batch of designs, it was decided to move the style to graffiti-art designs.
Check them out : www.Skuffmarx.com
Overseas National Airlines (ONA) was essentially a charter air carrier. It started in 1950 and it ceased operations on September 14, 1978. Among their former stewardesses was, Arnelle Meyer, now Author and Blogger who is writing about her experiences including two crashes, one major crash in a DC-10 at JFK.
I’m excited to have been chosen to design her book cover, but in the meantime we’re doing other stuff. This includes a postcard, T-Shirt design and Mouse Pads. All going to former employees and fans of this classic airline.
First, I had to recreate the ONA logo with illustrator. There was no other way around it. Luckily, i found a matching font that closely resembled theirs, that saved a ton of work and time.
By 1997 artists like Moby and Prodigy were being billed as the Next Big Thing for a music industry looking to replace grunge. Raves from Rotella’s Insomniac — as well as Go Ventures, B3 Cande and Fresh Produce — reached new heights – Pasquale Rotella