State of Shock

In 2007, State of Shock was about to kick off their Canadian Tour and needed a collection of shirts designed. Having seen our work for Juno Nominee Hedley, they quickly approached us to create their merchandise collection.

They really wanted some 'edgy' designs that captured a sense of their music and audience. To keep production costs down, the designs were kept to three colours each, thus allowing the band to purchase high-quality, Canadian made apparel.

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State of Shock

In 2007, State of Shock was about to kick off their Canadian Tour and needed a collection of shirts designed. Having seen our work for Juno Nominee Hedley, they quickly approached us to create their merchandise collection.

They really wanted some 'edgy' designs that captured a sense of their music and audience. To keep production costs down, the designs were kept to three colours each, thus allowing the band to purchase high-quality, Canadian made apparel.

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State of Shock

In 2007, State of Shock was about to kick off their Canadian Tour and needed a collection of shirts designed. Having seen our work for Juno Nominee Hedley, they quickly approached us to create their merchandise collection.

They really wanted some 'edgy' designs that captured a sense of their music and audience. To keep production costs down, the designs were kept to three colours each, thus allowing the band to purchase high-quality, Canadian made apparel.

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State of Shock

In 2008, to compliment the current apparel collection, State of Shock wanted a 'limited edition' shirt that would be sold only at festivals throughout North America.

The design was to embrace 'old-school' tattooing and body art.

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Hedley

In 2007, Juno Nominee Hedley released their second studio album "Famous Last Words",
they needed a new shirt design supporting their new album, and to compliment their existing collection.

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Hedley

2006 was a huge year for Hedley, signed to a major record label, their singles topped the charts on MuchMusic Countdown, and the band was about to embark on their first cross-Canada tour.

Having worked with the band in the past,
we were asked to design a merchandise collection for their tour which consisted of
six t-shirts, a poster, belt buckle, hat, hoodie, and girls underwear.

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Hedley

2006 was a huge year for Hedley, signed to a major record label, their singles topped the charts on MuchMusic Countdown, and the band was about to embark on their first cross-Canada tour.

Having worked with the band in the past,
we were asked to design a merchandise collection for their tour which consisted of
six t-shirts, a poster, belt buckle, hat, hoodie, and girls underwear.

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Nick Black

Having seen our designs for State of Shock and Hedley, American recording artist, Nick Black asked us to design a t-shirt supporting the release of their album "Hollow", and more importantly, to carry the theme of their hit single "Sorry".

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Veer

With their 2006 independent release of "Time to Break the Spell", Veer asked us to design a t-shirt to help promote it's release.

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