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Custom Poster Design: Open the Door to your Heart

We recently designed a poster for a customer who wanted to give a gift to her inspirational tai chi teacher. He has lots of great sayings, apparently. So we used one of his best as the back bone for the design. Check out a couple of permutations below:

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Custom T-Shirt 99: Nina's Bat Mitzvah

Nina’s Bat Mitzvah guests all received hand screen printed invitations. It was a blast to work on these invites for a variety of reasons. Nina’s a creative person who had a strong vision for what her invitations should look like (read about the creative process).  

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 80: Cavata x Boston Music Awards

The Boston Music Awards are a celebration of Boston’s premier music artists. Local clothing brand Cavata Clothing created the event’s first-ever official t-shirt. They called us to screen print the big bold front graphic sporting a horseman with a boom-box. We love the design.

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Hand-drawn Sketch to a Beautiful Final Product in 4 Simple Steps

At Evan Webster Ink it’s become clear that our partners in crime (what we sometimes call our customers) always have serious design skills. Every one of them (that means you!). We think everyone in the world has some idea about how things should look. That’s design! Here’s a step-by-step recap of how we converted a beautifully laid […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 71: Room 68

Room 68 stands out for their stock of unique furniture. We made sure their business cards were equally attention grabbing. What makes these business cards different? They are made out of super thick (600 grams per square meter, or 8 times as thick as normal copy paper) card stock which is also soft and textured. […]

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Making Paper

This post was written for the Boston Handmade blog and recently published there. I felt the need to post it on my blog as well, enjoy! Life is nothing if not an opportunity to leverage our tools (eyes, hammer, brain, engine, hands, etc.) and experiences (crawling, printing a t-shirt, making a friend, writing a story, […]

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