Hi there. So I just finished a run of preschool shirts for the Fairmount Playschool here in Philadelphia. I created the design last year from a photo of the playground behind Eastern State Penitentiary which apparently the school uses quite often. My kids love climbing that big red net themselves. This year they went with royal blue and dark grey sleeve options, last year it was red and dark gray. Mixing it up.
That's me. I don't love the camera. But these awesome black & bright green shirts sure do! Now that I can do custom screen printing (starting at just $5/shirt!) I can offer tons more color options! Call me for a quote!
Etsy's been workin' for us. I feel like I'm doing custom orders galor-ders (see what I did there?). Here is a set of bags I did for a local wedding. Yay, West Philly.
I was able to do a big job for a favorite organization of mine! Simple Cycle on N. 6th St. Great place. Great people. Great mission. Shirts came out pretty great too. Super soft triblend Ts. XOXO
Today I'm doing some printing for a great local non profit, The One Less Foundation. Check them out. Www.theonelessfoundation.org
Wow. What a busy summer. I did tons of work for tons of people. Pictured above: Huge run of shirts for High Point Café, lots of stuff in stores including this window display at Villavillekula in Chestnut Hill, and some custom gifts for people. I should really start taking pictures of all the jobs I do... maybe I will.
WOW, I've had a busy week. Seems like everyone needs Ts, or baby shower gifts, or bags, or something. Anyway, I opened my facebook this morning and saw a link to an article in Philly.com about the American Ninja Warrior competition which took place here in Philly last weekend. That's Rich Shoemaker in the heading picture wearing MY SHIRT! HAH. He made it through to Vegas too so there will be more Corner Prints Ts on TV this summer :-Dyay.
This is year 2 of making shirts for the American Ninja Warrior competition!! Right now I'm printing up a big box of them for a contestant in next weekend's regionals which are going to be held here in Philly. CAN'T WAIT! Also, I did a big order for a fundraiser that's going to be held in Fairmount later this month.
This week I spent some printing a run of photo bags for a customer and designing and printing some Ts for a local business. It was really fun to be able to create the logo for Ada's Tote Bags as I was given almost ultimate creative license :-) FUNNNNN. and I like how they came out!