I recently had the oportunity to make tshirts for the local punk band Lopo Drido, one of the first bands of its genre to emerge here in Puerto Rico ( circa 1990 ). Lopo Drido is one of the few oldschool bands who has kept playing despite their changes in lineup and a few years of hiatus. Rising from the grave, so to speak, they did their first show last night at the record release of the band Las Ardillas ( one of my favorites! ) and it was awesome.
Their merch consisted of pins, stickers and 20 tshirts in black and white.
Interested in listening to their tunes? Check out these links:
And if you’d like to have some custom work done, I’m available for wholesale services. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.samsaraprints.com
Til next week!
This week has overwhelmed me with work, which is always a great thing in my book. Between brainstorming for a new line of prints (details coming soon!), working on local orders and trying out the new batch of plastisol ink, it’s been a busy last couple of days. Below is an example of the custom work I did for a local music artist:
Working with white plastisol can be such a big hassle sometimes; but – like with everything – practice makes perfect. Which is why I decided to print out these awesome shirts aswell:
My new line will include lots of black and white work, so we’ll see how that goes.
As I keep practicing and working different techniques I’ll also work on new designs for the shop. Lots of goodies coming your way so STAY TUNED!