THE BURGINNING

Burger Boy screen at Killer Merch.

Burger Boy screen at Killer Merch.

With the Lot was a year in the making. The designs and logo were done, collecting dust in my virtual folders waiting to be released. At the time I was working like a madman for someone else and didn't have the time or energy to invest in this project. Until now!

Custom made plastisol inks.

Custom made plastisol inks.

The beginning was slow. There was a lot of planning involved, including making lists (which I love) and cost analysis (which I don't love.) I spent a week researching manufacturers for the packaging, the right cut for the tees and I even went into the printers to choose the colours for the designs. It wasn't until I had decided on a plan, did I actually begin designing/redesigning all of the elements.

As much as I spent time in front of the laptop, hunched over into the wee hours of the night, I was also running around putting things into motion. I spent two and a half days at Killer Merch, watching over the printing process, tweaking the positioning of the designs, fixing all the accidents and even bagging T-shirts. I bagged every T-shirt so carefully, that I imagined that they were gifts for my dear grandmother. So now you know, every tee has been touched with love <3

Josh getting the positioning right on Burgerzilla.

Josh getting the positioning right on Burgerzilla.

Burger Boy screen going through the motions.

Burger Boy screen going through the motions.

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