Northwestern Mutual Financial Network’s St. Louis Hempstead Office recently contracted Visual Lure to design a shirt for their 2012 annual meeting in Milwaukee, WI.
A Budweiser distributor from Michigan liked our 2010 Anheuser Busch Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure t-shirt design so much they wanted to adapt it for their Susan G. Komen Rally for the Cure Golf Outing. After they received approval from Anheuser Busch to use the artwork, we removed the running people and replaced them with a foursome of golfers along with some trees in the background. Here is the altered t-shirt design. I hope they raise a bunch of money for a great cause.
We were honored to design the t-shirts for Anheuser Busch’s (Susan G. Komen) Race for the Cure team again this year. Below is the final design, and the design below that, could not be used due to Susan G. Komen’s logo standards/guidelines, but we thought we’d show it anyway.
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already, and if you’ve kept up with our blog since then, you would know that my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer around the same time I designed last years shirts. Since then, she has finished her chemo and radiation and is finally starting to feel “back to normal”. I feel both lucky and blessed that she is OK, and it always means a little extra when I get to design these shirts.
Look out for our shirts June 11th in St. Louis at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Visual Lure was recently contracted by Anheuser-Busch to design their t-shirts for the 2010 St. Louis Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. We were honored to design this years shirts for such a great company and such a great cause.
On a personal note, my mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer just before Thanksgiving last year. They caught it early so she will be one of the lucky ones. She is currently going though chemo and is in good spirits with minimal side effects. We have been both lucky and blessed. Without the support of my mother, I don’t know what I’d be doing. She was the one who encouraged me to pursue art. As a child, my mother would always carry pencils, a box of crayons and paper in her purse for me. She provided me with enough blocks to build cities in the living room, and she always signed me up for art classes. So thanks to her, I am doing what I love for a living. Thanks Mom!
Here are the two initial design options we provided AB. I will post the final design once it has been approved. Oh ya, and please support Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
and the winner is:
Anheuser-Busch liked both designs so much, we ended up using both of them, one on each side. Be on the lookout for them Saturday, June 12, 2010 in St. Louis.