Totus Tuus Catholic Wear
© 2006-2007 Nick Kremenek
I met David at Totus Tuus through my father, who worked together at a middle school. David hired me to redraw a logo that was painted on canvas (which I was unable to do due to its complexity). However, they kept me on to design several of their t-shirts. The team consisted of 4 very cool members (2 married couples) - David & Adriana and Eddie & Judy.
I created this Triangle Standard for them to place on their shirts. My idea was to have some sort of logo for everyone to associate with on each of their shirts.
The Power of the 7 Sacraments
This shirt design was my first commission with Totus Tuus which went through several variations before they finally committed to this version. The theme is to focus on how important the Seven Sacraments are to the Catholic faith.
His Space - The Eternal Chatroom
This design went through more metamorphases than David Bowie's career. The front origianlly was JC-oogle with His Space on the back but was scraped due to two very different logos conflicting. The design for the back was very different originally as well. It began with a big computer showing a church and changed several times before ending with the chalice in the laptop.
This design was a passing idea from Judy, one of the team members of Totus Tuus. This almost didn't come to pass until I threw together something quickly to show them and they loved the concept once a visual aid was presented.
Warrior for Christ
I have to personally thank Adriana of Totus Tuus for allowing me to complete this project. I originally gave them rough sketches of the angel and most of the team didn't like the idea at all. Adriana went behind their backs and allowed me to continue the project and give them a more solidified drawing. Once they saw the fleshed out angel, they all loved it (thank God - pardon the pun).
A closer detail of the angel for the Warrior for Christ design.
2 Blessed 2 Be Stressed
Eddie of the Totus Tuus team thought of this slogan and I gave it the "2 Fast 2 Furious" feel to it. Sometimes the simplest designs can work well.