Olympic Time!

Free wallpaper just because I love the olympics! The olympics have always been a favorite of mine, not just for the event but the imagery and graphics of the event. My one request when friends are traveling – bring me back something olympic related. In 2008 I received a 2014 olympic t-shirt from a friend in Moscow as well as a huge book on Beijing’s graphics. So much fun, but unfortunately they only last for 2 weeks.

If I had been smart, I would have made a decent logo such as the ones below and sold them as t-shirts online. Chances are I could have made a killing. Just say it out loud in you best Bob & Doug McKenzie voice, or the moose from Brother Bear – you know it, the Quebecois accent, eh? I know, stereotypical and all that, but it would have been fun to do.

Download the wallpaper of your choice and keep watching and supporting our olympians.

this use of this wallpaper is allowed for personal use as computer desktop backgrounds and nothing more. images and the phrase “GO TEAM US EH!” copyright dann niegocki 2010

Destination Southern Africa World Cup Banner

Not everything is completely created by us. Many times we are given pieces of art from other jobs and we need to repurpose and add to the art. This banner was originally a letter size flyer and we stripped out everything but the kids in the photo and the World Cup logo. The result was a 3 foot by 7 foot collapsible banner that can be easily transported. Destination Southern Africa is a phenomenal tour operator as Keith Cooper, the shop’s owner, can attest. To not only catch a few World Cup Games as well as go on a safari would be the vacation of a lifetime – if you like soccer and wild animals, that is.

Tucson Soccer Academy Tournament T-Shirt

Every year the Tucson Soccer Academy hosts a soccer tournament in Tucson that has teams from all over the U.S. coming to compete. In ’09 there were over 160 teams scheduled to play on fields around Tucson, which is not only great for Tucson but for our soccer community as well. This design was for the t-shirts for all the particpants, a playful take on our saguaros – especially if they were strikers.