As I announced a few days ago, I am interning with the Kentucky Xtreme (an professional indoor football time in Louisville). I will be posting a lot of the work I do for them here, so I hope you enjoy it. Here is a schedule poster I did that will be printed 17×11 and distributed around town and at the stadium. Also attached is a FaceBook cover photo I did for the team page, which you can follow here.
RIver City Craft Wear is a Louisville based clothing company that focusing on apparel for those of you that enjoy a cold beer on occasion (often). I’ll let Ryan (the founder) explain the company more by posting a blurb from their site, but I’ll take a second to explain the wallpaper. Basically, I turned the Louisville skyline into beer, what more could you ask for right? RCCW has a great logo, so that is the focus of the design. Take a second to check out their website, purchase a few awesome shirts, and represent a local up and coming business on your desktop.
Welcome to River City Craft Wear!
Our goal is to bring you the highest-quality apparel and goods to show off your love for locally-brewed and micro-brewed craft beer. The idea for RCCW started after a local beer festival when we decided we wanted to be able to wear something that stands out while walking from booth to booth sampling beers and munching on pretzel necklaces.
We’re just getting off the ground, so help us provide you with the best service by offering us your suggestions and feedback. We’d love to hear from you!
We are working on adding more styles and sizes. If you don’t see your size listed, we may be out of stock. However, if you need a size that isn’t listed, just ask! We will make every effort to keep stock of all sizes..but in the event we are sold out or haven’t yet gotten a size, let us know. We will special order a size for you. We aim to satisfy the needs of every customer, so don’t shy away if we are out of stock! We’ll be adding more as quickly as we can!
Thank you SO much just for visiting!
Ryan and Kasey
Over the past few years I’ve tried to get more and more into the NBA, and I decided that having a team to follow would make that easier. The task then became picking a team that to call my own, and as an adult, that is harder than you would think. Growing up in the 90’s, Michael Jordan was my idol and therefore the Bulls were my team. As I grew older I got less interested in the NBA, eventually not watching it at all. So when trying decide on a team, the Bulls were the first and most obvious choice for me. With all that crap being sad, expect a lot more Bulls wallpapers in the future. This is the first (I think) that I’ve ever done for Chicago, and I’m pretty happy with the way it turned out. Thanks for looking, and stay tuned.
Just finished up another UofL logo wallpaper, with both a mobile and a desktop version. The logo wallpapers have been pretty popular since I started putting them out, but this may be my favorite one yet. It isn’t really sports specific, but I would lean more towards football just because the stripes remind me of what you would find on a football helmet. I added different depths of bevels to the logo to set it apart from the background, and added texture to the stripes to make them pop. Thanks for looking, and let me know what you think.
For the past few weeks I haven’t done much other than football wallpapers, and rightfully so since the season is only a few days away. But this morning sitting in class (clearly not paying attention) I decided it was time for another basketball wallpaper…. sort of. This logo wallpaper features the cardinal head logo, on a wood floor background (which ties in the basketball). As usually, it is a grunge style, with the logo featuring different textures and depths to make it stand out. Hopefully you don’t mind the break back to basketball, there will be more football on the way soon. Thanks for looking, and let me know what you think.
For this logo wallpaper I decided to switch it up (with a request from cardinalsports.com’s Howie Lindsey), and use an alternative logo and not the usual cardinal head. I don’t think this is exactly what Howie had in mind, but I took some creative license, and hope he and everyone likes the outcome. Check out both the wallpaper for your desktop and your phone, and let me know what you think.
The AAA season is coming to a close, and the Bats didn’t have the year they had hoped, but that didn’t stop me and other fans from having a great time at Slugger Field. I’m lucky enough to be a Cincinnati fan in Louisville and have the opportunity to enjoy the stars before they make it to the big show. If you are ever in Louisville and have a chance to go to Slugger Field to watch the Bats play, don’t pass it up or you will regret not experiencing it.
We are currently less than a week away from the kickoff of the 2012 UofL football season, so thought I should squeeze in a couple more football wallpapers before the season gets underway. For this wallpaper I decided to keep it pretty simple, yet effective. I used a leather football texture, and gave the illusion that the logo is embedded into the football. I also decided to go ahead and make this one for both your desktop and your mobile phone, so check them both out.
Earlier in the week a posted a couple of new iPhone wallpapers, which seemed to go over pretty well. Someone left a comment on that post that recommended I do a “Get On The Train” iPhone wallpaper, and here it is. With football season fast approaching, this should let the world know where you stand come Sept. 2.
Here is another football schedule wallpaper, and will probably be the last one for this season. I took a different route with this one and didn’t use any players or coaches in the wallpaper. Like many of my wallpapers it has a “grungy” style, with the helmet standing out from the background. I decided to use each of our opponent’s logos to make the wallpaper a little more interesting. Thanks for looking, and as always, let me know what you think.