This is Beth of M and B Designs. On their site it says you can get a design made, ready for pickup in 120 minutes.
She was customizing t-shirt designs for the young dancers in a dance competition at our high school, using the airbrush and it was fascinating to watch her work. She does all sorts of gymnastics, sports and name designs.
I misplaced her card.
Sorry Beth. Thanks for being part of my “people at work” series.
Saturday morning I drove down to the Strip District of the city to purchase items for the cookie table for the wedding. Ingredients; pistachios, hazelnuts, almond paste, Portuguese Pignoli Nuts, anise seed,fig jam, and some doilies for the cookie trays. Stopped by the Steeler Nation T-shirt display and told the proprietor his shirts were being worn in Zagreb. I bought them last year. We struck up a conversation and before you know it, Mr. Lenny Moranopened his a guitar case and showed me where Tom Petty had signed it T.P. and then had a well-worn leaflet autographed by Muhammed Ali. Turns out Lenny is a songwriter as well as a Steeler Nation T-shirt entrepreneur. If you’re from Pittsburgh you might have heard his Rock’n the Igloo! Check out his burghnationtees. He had a tablet with wireless capability and I was able to show him the post of the Steelers slide show where he was featured last January. Lenny had placed Steelers folding chairs to save a parking spot for a couple of nuns who came and set up a table to sell Advent wreaths. It was a nice morning. He graciously consented (I hadn’t asked last January) to be on the blog. Thanks Mr. Lenny Moran.
Thanks to George A. Romero and his classic Night of the Living Dead(1968). Would you believe I missed the recent Zombie Fest in Downtown Pittsburgh the first week of October? That is what Zaq told me as I asked him about his shirt he was sporting on the South Side. I had just been to the Post Office and was headed for a slice of pizza at Blue Grotto and I stopped on the sidewalk and asked if I could photograph him in his shirt for the blog. Sure! I asked him where he got the Pittsburgh Zombie Capital of the World T-shirt and he said, ” The Monroeville Mall!” That is where they used to hold the Zombie Fest. I regret that I missed the Zombie Prom I was invited to a few years ago. I know I could have gotten some great shots. But here is Zaq (with a Q) on Carson Street and he said I could blog his shirt, with him in it. Thank you Zaq! And thanks to your friend who was with you. I should have taken him with you.