Although we’re always offering our clients a range of deliverables, it’s always fun when a t-shirt project comes along. It just so happened that several opportunities came up in the last couple months and we’re happy to be sporting these designs.

The Good Ones, Special Riot Fest Releases
A few OLGers ventured their way to this year’s Riot Fest in Chicago where they promoted our TGO clothing line from a vendor area. Why not sport our music-inspired kids clothes to all the song-searching mom and dads in the city that weekend? As part of our presence, we created two new, limited-edition adult shirts specifically for Riot Fest—think non-official, but better-than-official show tee.

One was a newspaper-themed shirt set in a (mostly) 1-color style that showed homage to some old punk tees out there. The second—the “1-2-3-4! Tee”—was based on the way some of our favorite bands start a song by shoutin’ out the count. It was fun getting a photo of a manhole cove down the road for the graphic. Our additional stock is now available online.

Live Bold Tee
Our most recent project for Poptique Gourmet Popcorn has a much more important reason behind it than just being a cool tee. The “Live Bold” shirt was created as a way to support Poptique’s founder Lindsay Hively. For more information, please visit http://www.gofundme.com/lindseyhively. The shirt can be purchased through The Good Ones here. Those wearing it around the office can attest to the buttery smooth texture of the blue heather. All proceeds form this shirt will go directly to Lindsay’s fight against cancer.

Update: Poptique founder Lindsey Hively passed away on April 23, 2015. The OLG team misses her contagious spirit, her zeal for this community, and most importantly, her friendship.

Human Motor Works
We were super happy with the first round of HMW tees we created when we branded the new bike/run/swim retail store in Fort Wayne, and now we’ve freshened things up with a new look. This time we went for a nice green shirt that pops and added a 1-color graphic that references HMW’s unique offerings for area triathletes. These shirts will be offered during their special viewing party of the KONA race, in which several local athletes (supported by Human Motor Works) competed. For more info on that event, visit their Facebook event page.