Hello, friends

I’ve held off for a long time with writing a journal post for Redbubble. I don’t know why, but I think part of it was simply due to lack of time. I have my hands in several other projects, and three other domains, which I will link to below.

But, something dawned on me, I realized that I’ve had some fun, some success, and maybe made a few smiles along the way here at RB. And I thought it was time for me to say “Hello”, to the folks who have some of my work on their wall, or wear it every once in a while.

Let’s first talk about some changes I’ve made. Today, I cleaned up some of the layouts on the posters to remove the scale and title at the bottom, for a long time I was really connected to leaving this on there, but with the success of the shirts, and the layout without it, I realized it might pull a bit away from the overall feel. So all of the posters have it removed, like Silverstone Circuit, below.

Silverstone Circuit

I think it creates an overall better design, with the lack of clutter. I hope you all like it too.

I also added one layout from a series I’ve been working with, of one of the more famous Ford GT40s that exist, chassis code P/1075.

GT40, P/1075

It’s worth noting here, hopefully the good folks at RB won’t mind, I also offer this shirt, in what I think is a more appropriate color, and with a rear graphic, on Trackography’s big, content rich home on the web, right here: Trackography Soft Goods

There are a few other tasty shirts up there too, as well as tons and tons of content to sift through if you’re into the motorsports world. Keep your eyes peeled on the shop there as well, as there will be new items added frequently. I love RB, and the opportunities to print amazing work at HUGE sizes, but I also love being able to directly control specific coloring, and choose the exact shirt and color I want to be used in a layout. So, check it out if you are so inclined.

I think that’s where I’ll leave this first post, just to say hello, and to give a very heartfelt and warm “Thank You” to all that have supported me so far. I do this for fun, to bring some life to ideas that are floating around in my head, and to even have a shred of success from that is both humbling and amazing.

Thank you,

Steve @ Trackography

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