Car Show T-Shirt for Pinedorado 2012

Lately more and more I’ve been creating my shirts as vector art. After my experiment with an all-vector design for the 57 Chevy shirt for Classic Collision, I decided to keep doing designs entirely in Illustrator so I can build up my arsenal of car clip art. Edit: You can now download my vector clip […]

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Vector Car T-Shirt Art

Does the featured image look familiar? I’m sure it does, as it’s the 1957 Chevy that you see as you enter my website. It’s also featured in my portfolio as beginning it’s life on the 2010 Pinedorado Car Show T-Shirt. For some reason this illustration of mine is wildly popular, most likely because it’s of […]

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Car Show T-Shirts with a Limited Palette

Ah, the ubiquitous Car Show T-Shirt. This time of year it’s the mainstay of the car guy’s weekend wardrobe (or daily, if everyday is Casual Friday). I enjoy the challenge of creating these designs, from the initial layout to the final separations. However, sometimes the show promoters or clients don’t have the budget for a […]

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Temecula Rod Run 2012

Spring is here, and that means Car Show Season! This year the promoters of the Temecula Rod Run have moved the show from October to March 9-10. I was once again asked by Justin at BearDesignz.com to come up with some artwork for this year’s show. After a rough start with a couple of comps […]

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2011 Temecula Rod Run T-Shirt

Yeah yeah I know, another car show t-shirt. But hey, it’s summer, and that is the Official American Car Show Season, didn’t you know? Unless you’re in Southern California, where you can always hit up Donut Derelicts or Cars & Coffee to get your fix in the ‘winter’ months. And by winter I mean 65 […]

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Paso Robles Car Show T-Shirt

Summer is here, and all over America enthusiasts are spending countless hours keeping their babies clean and shiny for the car show season. The Central Coast of California isn’t exactly the heartbeat of the industry like SoCal is, but there are quite a few decent sized car shows for those who prefer their stuff pre-70s. […]

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