New Merch and Design Work

I’ve been pretty busy lately with design and web and there’s quite a bit to show for it.

There’s three different places you can currently find and purchase merchandise featuring artwork I’ve done for the Bike Commuter Cabal, an informal bicycle commuting group on Google+.

First up, I launched a Redbubble store to sell t-shirts, sweatshirts, stickers and iPhone and iPad cases. Response has been pretty good and I’m donating a portion of any proceeds to bike-related charities. In special recognition of the month of May being Bike Month and also hosting Bike to Work days in many larger cities, I’m donating 100% of all proceeds from May to World Bicycle Relief. Popular sellers have been t-shirts and stickers.

Also related the The Bike Commuter Cabal, some months ago during the winter, the group held an impromptu contest of submissions for jersey designs to be produced at a later date. I’m glad to say my design was one of the three finalists, and I also just completed the Bike Commuter Cabal Shop where preorders are going on for the three jerseys from now until June 7th.

Finally, as a special request for one Cabal member, I set up a design for personalized frame decals for The Bike Commuter Cabal through a third party vendor, Although it was initially a one-off, for one specific member, they’ve turned out to be very popular with a bunch of other folks ordering sets up as well.

On other fronts, I’ve completed a number of web design projects recently which have turned out pretty well.

A few months ago I completed a new redesign and launch of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick website and I’m currently working on helping them with the French version. I also worked with them on a mini/sub site within that for SlimeWatch, a program to monitor algae growth in the Bay of Fundy.

Finally, just a week ago, I launched the redesign of my buddy Ross Neilsen’s website to coincide with the release of his new album, Resurrection. It’s very good and Ross and the boys have done an excellent job on it, I encourage you to check it out.