Although this blog was the original medium showcasing the spirit of Speed Hero, it has slowed drastically. Other mediums have become more convenient or at least more obvious in their actual reach. For those of you who still subscribe to this, here’s an open dump of some Speed Hero propaganda created since the last time you saw.
Circuit board inspired graphic. A t-shirt design that never panned out.
An actual T-shirt, Only a single was printed and sold as a ‘Mystery Shirt’. The buyer, forced to pay before seeing what the shirt was. Lol
The original shirt design for my Mystery Shirt idea. I printed a two prototypes, but couldn’t find a local company willing to bring in the material I wanted it printed in.
Two versions of a modernized Speed Hero Team Decal. Friends voted and selected the top design. It was printed and sold in an okay volume.
A heading image for this very blog. Being YEARS out of date on payments for the blog, it no longer allows me to upload artwork. The current banner is here to stay I guess.
Brutal and direct rip off of the Animal Style logo. I didn’t feel too bad creating this, as their logo is heavily borrowed as well. 😛
I don’t actually know how this happened, but I liked it, so I kept it.
Probably already posted to the blog, the Island Style decal was a great success, my most popular sticker yet. The Japanese reads ‘Speed Hero’. If you look close the silhouette is not of Japan, but Vancouver Island. 😛
Designed to look like the graphics from a Walmart T-shirt, this X7 Chassis car was taken by James while him and I were touring Japan.
Highway racer inspired. True to the audience; the cars we build are solely for the affordable sports.
Modernized Speed Hero Team Decal.
Almost everything I do is a copycat of styles I like. I am in no way, nor have I ever claimed to be, original.
Stealing artwork from the corners of the internet, mash it all together, and you get something new that represents something old.
A watch inspired by the digital dash of an AE86. Never actualized.
An oval shaped sticker, which reveals the full printing of the cut sticker area. I like to put some extra artwork on the parts that you don’t use. If you look close there’s a dragon or a fish or some shit in the back round. If you look REALLY close you can find some subliminal images too.
This is a two colour image James and I printed and installed on my current polo bike. It’s placed on the wheel cover and looks awesome. The dark silver was done using a reflective material. It’s pretty sweet. Seen here: https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8600/16328023741_874da800f0_b.jpg
Another design made for the Mystery Shirt idea, this too was far too difficult for every shop in town to print for me. Whatever, lame.