Shirt Designs: Everything New Orleans
The thought behind Lullaby was to convey the spirit of music in New Orleans. Everywhere you go in this great city there is music, and thus it creates a natural hymn of the people. A lullaby that wherever you go you can keep the spirit of New Orleans in your heart.
Keep Calm and Make Gumbo is another parody with Southern style. Gumbo is a time honored tradition in the South, therefore this mantra should ring true for anyone who's rouxed.
Going Green is a St. Patrick's Day inspired design. I wanted to make something fun people could wear as they partied.
Hot Stuff is another design produced for Storyville Apparel. One of the best things about Mardi Gras besides the parades are the delicious king cakes sold in most bakeries and grocery stores. I chose to go more retro with this design signifying the timelessness of the delicious treats.
Too Hip to be Square highlights Jackson Square in the heart of New Orleans.
Lucky Numbers is another design I created for Storyville Apparel. I trip to a Chinese restaurant inspired this design from the shape of the football fortune cookie to the lucky numbers printed inside.
Geaux Tigers is another LSU inspired design. I used image as text and tried to make it appeal to all fans.
Geaux Team is a design I created for children. The cute tiger and his purple and gold coloring represent LSU.
Party Monster was a Mardi Gras themed design I made for Storyville Apparel. The Order of Bacchus is one of the most memorable societies during the Mardi Gras season and their mascot is a dinosaur. I wanted to make Bacchasaurus the life of the party. A child's design was also made without the bottle.
Amusement is another design representing one of the most loved Mardi Gras societies in New Orleans, the Krewe of Muses. The item to catch in their parades are beautifully crafted shoes. I wanted to make something fun and a little quirky, just like these lovely ladies.
I Heart NOLA is a straightforward homage to the famous I Heart NY design with a little Louisiana flare. An Ironwork font was used to reflect the city's architecture and a fleur de lis heart was used in place of one large heart. The black and gold color scheme represents the city's football team.
Shirt Designs: Everything New Orleans
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Shirt Designs: Everything New Orleans

A sampling of designs I've created to represent the great city of New Orleans and all the wonders it holds.
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