Another really big update comes by the way of our new domain name… Instead of having to say “the website’s name is OnetimeE(dot)com… I had to throw an extra “E” in there because onetime(dot)com was taken.” Now I can now simply say, “the name of the website is onetimeco.com.” Very simple and easy–so easy, in-fact, that I decided to pull the trigger on an idea for business cards I had. SWERVE.
For me, it’s weird to see milestones like this because I almost cant get over the fact that I was hand painting tee shirts in my mom’s basement (what seems like just yesterday). I’ve come from that–all the way to buying myself my first screen printing MACHINE (pictured above and below), and what this means to the untrained eye is that I’ll now be able to print more effectively, such as light on dark and multiple colors per design. I know I have had apparel with multiple colors before but the main difference now is that I have a better understanding of how it works (not to mention be able to do it myself).
At anyrate, look forward to BETTER prints, designs, and execution in the VERY near future. Now if you’d excuse me I’m gonna go and continue to jump up and down in excitement. Cheers to knowledge and the tools to be successful.
P’heper’s first run in with packing peanuts. Gotta get used to it.
Jive and Wail Dueling Piano Bar
1227 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
“The Jive & Wail is a sing-along, clap-along, eat and drink along, entertainment venue! One thing we can promise you is that a visit to the Jive & Wail means a night of singing, clapping, laughing, and dancing.
Our unique, professional piano players take the stage on two baby grand pianos, performing all your favorite hits from every era imaginable. Often they are joined by a live drummer to really get the place rocking!
From Elvis to Eminem, Abba to ZZ Top, Neil Diamond to AC/DC, we’ve got it covered. We can’t wait to see you take the spotlight for your very own “Showtime” to dance, sing, and have a great time with the audience!” -Jive and Wail’s official website
Laumeier Sculpture Park
12580 Rott Road
St. Louis, MO 63127
“Laumeier Sculpture Park is a living laboratory where artists and audiences explore the relationships between contemporary art and the natural environment.” -Laumeier Park’s official website
A year ago I got a call from a friend who was a mutual friends/relatives with someone wanting to have a rather small number of breast cancer shirts designed and printed for their “Susan Komen: Race for a Cure” run/walk team. We agreed upon everything and I completed the project for the client and come to find out, the shirts were a big hit at the event. From there we parted ways under the agreement that I’d do their shirts and walk with them next time for 2012.
Fast forward to this year and everything went according to plan. This time I got see first hand what the hubbub was about. There were thousands upon thousands of people pouring into the streets running/walking for the same cause and everyone was in incredibly positive spirits. We walked, joked, sang, danced, moonwalked, skipped, walked like an egyptian, and swam through firetruck water spouts in the name of breast cancer awareness and had the grandest time doing it. Granted we got a tad late start due to the event holders moving the starting line from it’s original place from last year, but we finished the race in some 2mins 18seconds and 30 milisecond-thingys! (wait…. NO? thats not right? -__- kk…) so maybe it was 2HOURS and 18MINUTES and 30SECONDS, but hey, we did so with style. I cant wait for next year when I… the IT Specialist/ Shirt Guy/ Pimp My Ride/ Super Soakerer get a chance to deliver on all the ideas we came up with this year! ^_^V
Again, all to celebrate Mindy’s fight with breast cancer. LOVE YOU MINDY! xxo!
A consumer order for a group of friends that walked in the Susan Komen Breast Cancer Walk. This was for the SK Walk of 2012, where as I also completed their order for the SK Walk of 2011. I was tasked with designing as well as printing the single color order.
Alberto Sevesco :: Graphic Artist
To me, it’s hard to typecast Sevesco’s work into one thing. Is it photography or is it graphic arts. That, Im not exactly sure. But the fact that it’s breath taking is something that can be agreed with across the board. Here’s one of my favorite projects of his where he takes high speed photos of water mixing with ink… err, ink mixing with water… ugh, whatever. Check out more of his work here __click.
a Due Colori.