Over the course of many years of school, a handful of years in youth group, and five summers at assorted camps, t-shirts have had a pretty constant presence in my wardrobe. Occasionally, my doodles are the ones that end up on them. Just for funsies, here are a few designs in which I’ve had a hand. (Do me a favor and try to look past the wrinkles…)
Columbia Theological Seminary, Spring 2013.
Pretty much everyone I went to seminary with will now laugh (or at least roll their eyes) any time they hear the words “imaginative” or “resilient.” Let’s just say we’ve all heard this phrase a few times. This was definitely a team effort — several of us gathered to brainstorm ideas, then a graphic designer classmate turned my sermon-sketchbook doodle into the real deal.
Greek School; Columbia Theological Seminary, Summer 2013.
Ah, Greek School. Two semesters of Greek language in (at the time) eight weeks. Of course a t-shirt had to bond our class together to commemorate all we had endured.
Calvin Center, Summer 2015.
Urban Mission Camp (Government Street Presbyterian Church), Summer 2016.
Coincidentally this design was also the design for my senior chapel week in seminary. Two themes for the price of one!