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Custom T-Shirt Diary 36: Pigeosaurus

Working with Farzon A. Nahvi on his pet project, which I’ve started calling Pigeosaurus was one of the recent highlights at Evan Webster Ink. It was great because Farzon is a friend and great guy but also because his t-shirt project itself was exceptionally interesting. The design originated from a graffiti image. I took a scanned image of a spray-painted image and edited it for use as a screen print. The result is a really authentic reproduction of a graffiti image. Using “real world art” (as opposed to computer art) is not all that difficult and in some ways is an under-used way of starting off a t-shirt project. For this one we used water-based ink on really soft, stretchy and comfy tri-blend v-beck t-shirts. Check out the pics (including the original graffiti) and let me know if you agree. Also, get in touch with Farzon through his website, Catatonia Threads, if you want to learn more about the tees.

Original New York City graffiti image that was turned into a t-shirt.

New York City graffiti t-shirt.

New York City graffiti t-shirt close-up.