As a proud customer of Green for several years, I am excited to create t-shirts that represent the restaurant in a new and trendy way. Not only am I creating designs that are relatable to vegetarians and vegans, but I also want shirts that attract the omnivores that dine at Green as well! Below are some brief sketches I’ve come up with but before we decide on a few designs, we want your feedback! Which are your favorites? What colors and styles would you wear? Let us know because YOU have as big of a role here as we do!
With most of these designs, I want to show off what makes Green Vegetarian unique by highlighting fan-favorite dishes like the famous Kale Salad and the popular Mediterranean Bowl below.
With these two designs I’m referencing the traditional “cut of beef” diagram and the iconic “cut of eggplant” diagram on the wall of Green’s Pearl location. This features many delicious menu items made from that one plant!
Many of Green’s customers are amazing plant-powered athletes! Tanks like this can show off your gainz and how you don’t need meat for protein!
Speaking of gainz… how many of you have waited until Tuesday for the flauta special just like I have? This design would have a cute flauta illustration showing off those delicious, crispy potato flautas.
*fueled by flautas*
And you know every Sunday we’re brunching hard at Green! I want to feature all the favorites like pancakes, tacos and BYOB in cute, colorful illustrations.
Remember these are just quick drafts to give you an idea.
*you are what you eat front and back*
I’d love to include customer ideas and I’m excited to keep you updated along the whole designing process! I look forward hearing from you!
EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions! Or Message us on social media, or find Gaby @acrunchygranola and give her feedback!
@acrunchygranola where she posts about environmental sustainability, yummy recipes, and great vegan finds around Texas (and beyond). Gaby has worked with Green for nearly 2 years, as videographer for the cooking classes, food stylist for some of our favorite photos, food model and now graphic artist. ]