I made a lot of digital graphics this week, a mix of branding for my own online presences (LinkedIn, FB Page, various Storefronts) and illustrations for work for sale including t-shirt designs, plus a fun piece inspired by a comedian. Here’s what I made:
I FINALLY added my own LinkedIn page header image and I’m happy to have used my own photography for it, and also to have added icons for my various presences elsewhere online. If you’re interested in one of these for your page, feel free to contact me!
I also added header images for my new storefront over at TeePublic, based on an idea for a “Trump-y” t-shirt I’d sketched months ago. And I updated the cover photo for the Ben Capozzi Gallery Facebook page, carrying this idea further still and adding the pile of coins background; I did this in part because FB HATES expanses of flat color and loves photographic images MUCH MUCH more. Do this in your own images and they will look better.
Midweek, I made a logo and Twitter icon for ThinkCenterRight, a fictional organization to replace the real ThinkProgress based on comments I heard on the YouTube comedy channel The Jimmy Dore Show.
I cleaned up and reloaded graphics from some of my long-standing t-shirt designs riffing on the pop-culture shows Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Community.
And I added new products to my t-shirt shop storefronts at RedBubble and TeePublic, including a conceptual political portrait series (icon + hashtag for Bernie, Trump, and Clinton), plus a piece inspired by an episode of the NPR podcast Invisibilia about clothes, color, and perception biases.
You can find me and my work around the web—just check my profile for links, and feel free to reach out!