Final vector submitted to Sullen for the tee design they commissioned me for.
Today marks five years since I created my Twitter account. Literally one of the most important things I’ve ever done for my career.
Building a network of not only business connections, but also friends presents so many opportunities for growth and success.
If you’re someone that’s found themselves here reading my blog, then it’s no wild stretch of the imagination to assume that you probably like black shirts. You probably have a closet full of them, and I’m guessing you even have a favorite. The black shirt.
Well, I’m excited to inform you that The Other Shirt is officially available for pre-order on Cotton Bureau. The poly-cotton American Apparel tee is black, the Plastisol ink is black, but the choice of what to spend your money on today is clear.
A good black-on-black shirt is just like having braces on your teeth. It’s not always easy to make out, but it’s going to make you look so good, it’s worth it.
On my way home from Creative Mornings today, I decided to swing by Sienna Mercato and see if they’d let me in to take a few photos*. I finally got a chance to meet Managing Partner Mike McCoy, who was kind enough to show me around the whole building to see how everything’s coming along.
I couldn’t be more thrilled with how perfectly all the branding work that Wall-to-Wall and I did last summer is being implemented. Such a cool vibe in here.
If you haven’t yet heard, we’re holding our next Dribbble Meetup here next Monday, February 17th! If you were on the fence about whether to come or not, have a look at the photos below and tell me this isn’t somewhere you want to be right now. Oh, and as a further incentive, there will be some free drinks to be had, courtesy of Dribbble and its 2014 global meetup sponsor Shopify.
I’ll be awaiting your RSVP.
*These photos were just taken with my iPhone and edited with VSCo Cam. I’ll try to get some higher-quality shots at the meetup.
More images on my site: http://ryanhamrick.com/sienna-mercato
Almost immediately after hearing that Society6 was adding wall clocks to its lineup, my first thought was, “About time!”
The thoughts that came after that, however, ended up filling an entire Writer document with stupid clock jokes.
Here are the first two that I’m releasing right now. Depending on how these do, I have probably a lifetime supply of time/clock/dad jokes to letter and put on these things.
Oh, and if you order one now (or anything else in my S6 shop), you get free shipping! The clock is ticking, though…promotion ends Sunday night.
Time to Kill
Time Waits For No One