Here’s the final design for the shirts. For reference, you can check out the original sketch.
Okay, so awhile back I mentioned a new Stickman Bob game that was to come out sometime last winter. It of course hasn’t yet, but the new plan is to release it near the end of summer. There are a couple of reasons for the delay, but one of them is the plan to actually populate the university bookstore with official Stickman Bob shirts around the same time. Above is the initial design.
This was a quick drawing for Student-Worker Appreciation Week at the office.
(Unsolicited, of course.)
Here’s the final version, with a bit of Charlotte-inspired typography.
Next in the series of team logos/illustrations for our office is actually the team I’m in. It’s been unofficially called The Webcave for about as long as I can remember, thanks to the aversion most programmers seem to have for strong lighting. I guess it helps that our jobs basically amount to a bunch of mysterious technical voodoo, also.
Anyway, that’s the initial sketch.
And here are the last two sketches for the team illustration. Yes, those are book-drums.
So what’s Run DMB supposed to mean, you may be wondering. Well, it’s their team name. It’s mostly a play on the group Run DMC, but the DMB is actually the first letters of all their names. (Since that’s how we used to refer to teams anyway.)
Like the previous “Femtastic” picture, a couple of weeks ago I worked on a logo/illustration for another team in our office. This time, though, the theme was an 80’s band (combined with office roles). Anyway, that’s the first sketch. Yes, I know, not very interesting, but that’s what you get when school doesn’t give me time to put together anything better for the website.
And here’s the final version. Yes, that’s the name of their team.