Here is a moodboard of sorts on typography and imagery. This gives the client an early choice in the direction of the project.
Here are a few ideas I came up with before the final design. Note the “crown” that in my opinion, was worth making this a three-color print!
One slight hiccup at the end was a question on swapping to blue shirts. I proofed it both ways but pointed out how the tongue works with a two-color print:
That tongue was the dealbreaker in deciding on a “salmon” pink.
This cute tee design was created for a dental office that sponsored a 5K fundraiser for their team. My notes started with the words “flossy posse” and “please have our logo big on the back of the shirts since our practice is sponsoring us.” This might be the most fun I’ve ever had designing a tee.