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Archive for June 20th, 2011

Custom Coat

Posted by Zumo On June - 20 - 2011


Kevin Ayers of “Ayers Garage” in Springtown,Texas was looking for a logo that help communicate the type of powder coating work he does. He likes antique machinery the best. Doesn’t matter if it’s an car, truck, bike, tractor or even an old WW2 era Plomb ratchet. You want it coated, he can do it.

He is a Fire Fighter and during his off time he is a powder coating fool. You can see some of his work on his blog or his Facebook Page He does really good quality work and I would recommend him to anyone.


Posted by Zumo On June - 20 - 2011

This was a logo created for another small business owner looking for something real specific. He wanted a “Hot Rod” feel to it but also wanted to include his wheel from his project truck. He builds custom wheel tubs for 67-72 Chevrolet trucks that have been “bagged”, lowered all the way to the ground with air bags and or Z-notching the frame. This style of drop usually required total removal of the wheel tubs or serious modifications. I crated a basic logo (shown above) and a logo her will use on the back of a t-shirt(shown below).

Fit for a King.

Posted by Zumo On June - 20 - 2011


Summer time brings on family togetherness. This is perfect for family reunions. Here is a t-shirt design I did for a Texas family starting a new tradition. They decided to have their reunion at the popular Comal River in New Braunfels Texas. If you have never been then you need to take the time and go check it out. The water is cool and the leisure float is very relaxing. for this design I just tried to incorporate fun lettering and a tube on the water. These were screen printed on turquoise cotton t-shirts.

The “Beave”

Posted by Zumo On June - 20 - 2011

I was contacted by a local guy looking for a cool “vintage” style logo. After talking to him and getting a good idea of what he was looking for we went with a late 50’s early 60’s style logo. He pretty much let me design it the way I wanted as long as included the valve train form the cam shaft to the valve. It’s came out pretty good I think.

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