PHILA PENNA SHIRT ON COTTONBUREAU.com

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 5:16 pm

Hi friends, designers, colleagues, clients, family, and acquaintances! My Phila/Penna design was just accepted on Cottonbureau.com. This is a new site from the fine folks who brought us United Pixelworks and Pixelivery. It’s a great site where designers can submit artwork to be put on their site. Once it’s on there, if at least 25 people pre-order the design in two weeks, it gets produced.

Please take a look at my design, consider ordering one or share this with anyone from Philadelphia or Pennsylvania. They’re good quality shirts that are comfortable and, more importantly, made in the U.S.A. Thank you, in advance, for looking, sharing and supporting! Link below for ordering:

https://cottonbureau.com/products/phila-penna

Cotton Bureau

 

CMYK 55 – PRO SHOWCASE

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 11:29 am

I am pleased to announce that I have a logo design featured in CMYK Magazine’s Pro Showcase! Check it out in their current Volume 55 issue.

CMYK 55 cover

Retrothreads Logo

Logo Credit

2013 AIGA PHILADELPHIA DESIGN AWARDS RECEPTION

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 9:04 pm

First, it was totally awesome to have two projects selected to be in the TRUST building gallery as well as have them printed in the exhibition catalog. It’s really exciting that we have so many talented designers in Philly and to get our work judged by other leaders in the field is a true honor. Second, it was really great to have work displayed next to Philly area heavy-hitters like Headcase Design, Go Welsh!, Sommese Design, The Heads of State, Modern Good and many others. And finally, it is always fun to meet new creatives and hang out with friends and colleagues.

I would like to thank the AIGA Philadelphia volunteer committee behind this event, Mighty Engine for designing the PDA site and catalog, and to everyone who went to the reception and submitted work to the show. It’s a true pleasure to be a part of this award collection. See photos of the catalog and gallery reception below: