Monday, August 11, 2008

All my T-shirts are hand-printed with water-based fabric ink on 100% short-sleeve cotton shirts. All these designs are available on just about any medium to light color shirt, such as white, natural, light yellow, rust, light sea green, light blue, medium blue, red, heather grey, ash grey, peach, magenta, maroon, storm grey, overdyed gray, tan, medium brown, orchid, and avocado green. (Hues like navy, dark charcoal and black don't seem to work as well, therefore I don't offer them, unless it is a special design made to work with dark colors). If you see a color shirt and design you like here, feel free to order that--if you'd like it in some other color, email me, and I'll let you know its availability. I generally carry a range of colors and sizes, in most of these designs.

These inks fade down into the fabric with wear, time and washing, giving a naturally weathered appearance. Some of the shirt colors I offer are over-dyed shirts--therefore the dye in these shirts may also gradually fade down into the fabric. I recommend always washing on gentle cycle in lukewarm water and air-drying the shirt--after washing the shirt for the first time by itself--as the inks and/or shirt dyes can bleed. Please do not use any type of bleach!!
All designs are available in Adult sizes S, M, L, XL. Other sizes and/or styles available on
special request.

Please email me at for further ordering information and quantity discounts. See my Etsy online store at the top right, for my latest!
New designs will be posted here as they are made-- please check back again!
Thanks for browsing!-----
*All T-shirt designs and photos are copyright© DrewGraphics and LS-DrewGraphics -all rights reserved.

Tower (JSD)

In my kitchen, modeling the "Tower" design.
These last four designs were actually done by my late husband, James S. Drew (1957-2001)
who was also an artist and printer. He was one of the best screenprinters I have known.
The "Beach" image below is from a photo of my late mother, Joanne (1933-2003),
taken in 1956 when my parents first met; for a long time it reigned as one of my family's iconic and momentous photos. My mother was a painter, and was my first artistic influence ---and of course, she was very supportive of me becoming an artist. Both of these people helped shape who I am today,
and it is in honor of their memories that I continue to include their imagery in my portfolio.

Portal (JSD)

Ex Libris (JSD)

For all you book lovers and book artists out there...

Beach (JSD)

[Pre-Columbian-Pan-African-esque] Headdress

Headdress Portrait 1:

A-Zai: Lord of the Dynamos

In 30th Street Station (PRR War Memorial)...

Desert Chevy Nomad

The image of the car is on the front, with a small desert landscape in black ink
across the back...


This image is made with a split fountain (4 colors) and the twig image printed on top, on front and back of shirt. As split fountains are created by having all these colors in the screen inkwell together, the effect is more painterly and individualistic--therefore your shirt image may vary
slightly from the one shown here.

From "Skirting the Issue: M/F" -Overall Print

Again, the overall printing is done
on the front and back of the body of the shirt
in an unpredictable manner according
to the artist's whims. Your shirt, therefore,
will be an individual creation and may
vary in appearance from the one
shown here.

From "Skirting the Issue/MYthos" -Overall Print

This overall printing is done in
a random and unique fashion;
thus yours may appear
somewhat different than the one
shown here.

Food Chain: Over-all Print

This example is mostly the
"Food Chain" design, (the hardware images chasing
each other, so to speak) with other elements thrown in.
If this design is ordered, it will be printed with the
"Food Chain" images all over the body of the shirt.
As the over-all printing is random, each shirt will
be a unique creation and
appear different than the one shown here.

Chrome "B" (psychedelic)

Chrome "A" (earth toned)


Ink Squirrel1

"Gem" Antique Guillotine Paper Cutter

Special thanks to PT/SCP for allowing the use of the
original photograph