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  1. I have designed a few t-shirts for upcoming events in my area. My focus is on profit margins. For example, I know Cotton Bureau creates high-quality final products, but it seems like actual money-making is slim-to-none unless you knock it out of the park on a design and get tons of buys. Teepublic was my go-to and has a great rate of $4 per sale, but only prints on the front side of shirts... are there any other go-to t-shirt printing sites?
  2. Just off the top of my head: Iowa State Cyclones: mascot is a cardinal bird New Orleans Saints: dog Cleveland Browns: an elf, then a dog Tennessee Titans: raccoon Kansas City Chiefs: wolf Auburn Tigers: war eagle Phoenix Suns: gorilla Alabama Crimson Tide: elephant Oakland Athletics: elephant Detroit Pistons: had a flaming horse head for a while but I don't know if you could call that a mascot And probably the most famous one of all: Philadelphia Phillies: The Philly Fanatic (has it ever been explained what kind of creature he is?) I'm sure there are plenty more. Which ones am I missing?
  3. This project was hands on during an internship at the event from July 11- 21 in Las Vegas, some work done prior and a majority on scene. Design work involved promotional and marketing materials, online and print, for the National Basketball Association Summer League's 10th Anniversary, an annual two-week event featuring the top new talent in the NBA, prior to the regular season. Some collateral included event programs, posters, schedules, web ads, billboards and in-arena signage. On-scene design included social media images for Facebook and Twitter outlets and in-arena/court-side digital signage. I had the opportunity to meet so many people in the league. Aside from gaining breadth and experience as a designer, the networking was great. On Behance: https://www.behance.net/gallery/18595973/Designing-the-2014-NBA-Summer-League On my portfolio: http://ianbakar.com/Designing-the-2014-NBA-Summer-League