I have always enjoyed graphic design. I am the third (III) in line with my surname, so when I was young my family called me Trey. Later in life I started signing and initialing things with “T3”. Sketching and playing around with a “T” and a “3” I eventually overlaid them and started playing with the letter forms and the spacing interactions. What resulted is the “T3” logo you see here.
One day I created a Stained Glass background image for my computer using my logo as the basis. That started me thinking of other ways I could render my logo and the T3 Project was born.
I maintain a list of ways I could render the T3 Design logo and add to the project as I find the time and creativity. Many of the initial ideas were photoshopped images, but I soon came up with ideas that were tangible objects. Whether “real” or computer generated, every entry in the project follows the format of the first: the T3 logo is in the same place and is the same size. The final images are all 1920 pixels wide x 1200 pixels high with the “T3” centered and 920w x 1000h.
Click on the “T3” in the menu if you want to limit the entries on the screen to just T3 Project pieces.
Other ideas waiting to be done:
- light bulbs hanging on their wires
- marquee lights
- crochet or knitting (or both)
- needle point or cross stitched (or both)
- book spine (maybe foil stamped)
- stencil tagged on something
- tooled into leather (western)
- taped off like getting ready to paint
- chalk outline on pavement (think crime scene)
- “brand” guide
- brand on a cow (or even better, a zebra)
- flowers in a flower bed (like in fancy landscaping)
- meatloaf with ketchup
- bottle caps (like a pixelated image)
- torch cut metal
- mowed into grass, or a crop circle thing
- ice sculpture
- indie concert poster
- tread pattern in the bottom of a shoe
- pavement, pavestones, etc.
- mosaic in asphalt roadway (made of found orange objects)
- cars in a parking lot
- architectural plan
- painted on a barn
- painted on a brick wall
- moss graffiti
- seats in a stadium
- post-it notes
- shaved into hair on head
- christmas lights
- craters on the moon
- “grand canyon”
- mustard on a hamburger
- pin art / replicator