Cycling Jerseys

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Here’s a pair of cycling jerseys I did for a local bike shop here in Ventura, CA. The idea was to do one retro jersey and one that had more of an event vibe going on. The Great Wave jersey was also intended it be kind of “ladies” version, but a lot of the guys liked that one as we. I picked the Hokusai image to sort of represent the seaside feel of Ventura as well as pay homage to one of my artists in the process. A colleague of mine pointed out the the retro jersey had the same colors as the ’55 Bel Air.

Cycling jerseys designed by Dang! Creative Services in Ventura County

This was a project of which I was really excited to be a part. Being an avid cyclist for pretty much my whole life, it was really great to do a job that was rooted in something that I really love. The best part is that the jerseys were a success! The client sold out of them and ended up buying another design which he has yet to have printed. I’ll update as soon as I get one.

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Evel Knievel Comes to Cooperville: Recently Discovered Photographs Collected in New Book

Evel Knievel Comes to Cooperville: Recently Discovered Photographs Collected in New Book

Done to Death has just published a recently discovered collection of photographs of 70s daredevil, Evel Knievel. For any boy who grew up in the 1970’s, there are few cultural icons who could inspire as much awe as this red, white and blue clad madman. He would jump over rows of flaming cars on his Harley, strap himself to a rocket and shoot himself over the Snake River Canyon, survive horrible crashes, break bones and endure third degree burns only to get up and do it again. What mind of a 10 year old boy wouldn’t be blown out of the stratosphere?

In his review of Evel Knievel Comes to Cooperville, Rob Alderson at itsnicethat.com:

At the height of his fame in 1972, Evel (real name Robert) was invited down to the Oklahoma State Fairground to wow the crowds by local businessman Jack Cooper, the owner of Cooperville Car Dealership. Four decades later Jack’s grandson Garrett Colton found a box of slides in his grandfather’s attic which captured that very special visit with vivid old school charm.

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Latte Art From Jesus Morales

Jesus Made by Jesus: Latte Art From Jesus Morales

Jesus Morales, a barrista at A.O.C. and Lucques in Los Angeles has been perfecting his mad painterly skills with steamed milk and espresso. Expect to see the face of Jesus in your latte or cats crawling out of your cappuccino. Morales has been experimenting with latte art for the last year and sees every cup as a blank canvas. Who knows? You may even see a miracle.

Click here to view full article at www.laweekly.com

Jesus Made by Jesus: Latte Art From Jesus Morales

Jesus Made by Jesus: Latte Art From Jesus Morales

Jesus Made by Jesus: Latte Art From Jesus Morales

 

1,000 Lulu Popp Business Cards + One Satisfied Customer!

Cards for Lulu Popp. Another satisfied customer

The Lulu Popp business cards came in from the printer today, and boy, do they look great!

The cards were designed by Steven Magaña, and we set up the print job. Here at Dang! Creative, we have ton of experience taking your unfinished artwork and turning it into a print-read file. We can also provide you with some advice on how to give us work that is ready to go.

Lulu Popp is a Piru, California based photo and video production company. Lulu Bopp is available for all types of events and parties.