The Reedville Classic Boat Show T-Shirts Are Ready! Not Sure If I Am.
I swear for the past month I have sworn that I would work on my boats for the big show coming up. But one thing or another takes over. Last week it was runs to Home Depot an hr away just to pick up some small part. UGH. havnt even un wrapped WECATCHEM for a ride.
Either too windy or too late to go through all the ritual. But the show is next week, and ship is starting to get real.
So this weekend, its paint parts on Sweet Pea, Clean up WECATCHEM more, and fumigate Stinky, the poster boat of the show. And the best news is, the T shirts are printed and here to be sold at the show ONLY through the museum.
This is the first time the shirts have been tried for this show, so its a bit of a “thing” The good news is timeless, and left overs may be sold after the show. So stay tuned if you don’t come to the show. If you are planning on coming to the show we did a story a week ago on the topic with all the details and places to stay and eat. HERE.
Like the shirt, but sorry I won’t be able to make it to the show, if you have any left over I surely would purchase one.
Interesting! I have actually had the opposite problem. Spending so much time doing stuff on the boats that things at home and work are behind.
I would add a picture of our new radar on Band Aids but I can’t add pics any longer.
Heading out on Saturday for a week long cruise on our own.
That’s an outstanding t-shirt design. I’ve always liked the larger graphic on the back with the little plaque on the left side front instead of the big graphic on the front of the shirt.
I second those thoughts on shirt design. And agree this shirt is a beauty.
I also really like this shirt design. Well done, and it features Scarlet. Boats are better with dogs. And bacon.
I hope you don’t get hit with the reminants of a hurricane..
You did well with the shirt design. I would buy one if there are any available after the show. It is a long way from Seattle to Reedville… Perhaps you should make a second run of them and sell them on this website???
Great artwork on those shirts, Matt! I love the little sunlight reflections in the water, and the reflective highlight on the tumblehome. Amazing what can be done with a minimal amount of colors.
I am curious: How many colors were used in the screen printing? I was just wondering if the color of the dog was a combination of “sun yellow” and “flag red” getting screened over each other; and similarly if the mahogany was yellow, red, and blue getting screened over each other?
Beautiful design work!
Yes, well…, you own it ALL now…, do you not?