Every week for a year, from June 2017 to June 2018, I released a new shirt design. You can still purchase the shirts from my Threadless store. Each design was accompanied by a blog post exploring the design and its significance.
Finishing one project, starting the next.
It’s been a rough year.
I loved my analog childhood
Ancient stories in the sky
The perfect beach souvenir
Things always loop back around
Facts at my fingertips
But maybe a picnic isn't your only option.
Pizza and pixels
Ten years of Fontstruct
No one ever wants to eat there.
You can believe in both.
Everything is in the cloud now.
It matters what you write with...
My lucky streaked started with a Commodore 64 game
You are responsible for every meme you share.
Getting excited about space again.
Entertaining and informing dozens since 2008.
Hitting reset on my digital life.
What’s old is new again.
It's simple, really.
Photography was one of my earliest artistic influences.
More than just an art lesson.
Escaping the margins.
The first day of many.
You can love both.
Really, I'm fine.
A tree as big as our car.
It’s tough being in the middle.
“Strike me down and I will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.”
A chance for family to gather and celebrate
It's tough being an introvert in an extrovert world.
The Reformation started 500 years ago this month with the posting of the 95 Theses.
I’m not a big fan of Halloween, but I do like candy.
I struggle with the relationship between design and art.
5 years ago this week, I released my first commercial typeface.
We personify the things we cannot control.
I designed this week's shirt with my daughter.
I hate my handwriting.
The internet is shaping who we are.
Every great teacher is a bit of a renegade.
Getting the most out of a sheet of paper.
Another year older.
There's something special about gathering around a campfire.
The power of a tangible object.
Celebrating a total solar eclipse this August
A simple twist on the stars and stripes.
A new side project to postpone creative extinction.