Back in Black T-Shirt Exhibit

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Hydro 74 and Pale Horse Design proudly present the “Back in Black” T-Shirt Exhibit – Showcasing limited-edition, one-color t-shirt designs by some of the world’s leading digital artists (who are the backbone of many of the major apparel brands we see today).

The purpose of this show is to highlight the artwork of the uncelebrated designers whose art you’ve probably been collecting in your closet for years, as well as to establish the t-shirt as a new medium for fine art.

November 22nd from 4:00PM – 10:00PM @ Pale Horse Gallery – St. Petersburg, FL
During the exhibit:

  1. Attendees can check out original t-shirt designs by 20 of the best t-shirt artists/designers in the business. (Free admission)
  2. If you like what you see, buy a t-shirt. You can purchase as many as you want. ($15 each)
  3. Pick your t-shirt color, t-shirt size and design placement based on options available. (Guys and girls sizes available. Colors and sizes available while supplies last.)
  4. Your t-shirt is screen printed on site by Noah Deledda of Thx Mgmt.
  5. Wear your art home!

Check out the artists here. For more information on Pale Horse, visit www.palehorsedesign.com.

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Ctt Apparel: Updates

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I put some larger images of some of my more popular apparel designs back into the Apparel section of my work portfolio. I thought people might want to see the designs at a larger scale since they are kind of hard to see on the shirts.

I am also working on a new series of posters for a local Denver band who is releasing a new 7″. There will be some updates on that soon.

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30 shirts 30 days

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Chris Grey from The Amazing Shape is embarking on an ambitious adventure to design 30 different shirt designs in 30 days. So far his efforts are pretty entertaining. I would wear some of those bad boys for sure. It would be nice to see someone step forward and offer to print some of them, Threadless anyone?

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