Here are a few pictures and a quick video clip from an order we did for our friends at “Healthy from Birth For Life” in Westchester County, New York. Special thanks to Michelle Gordon for selecting Subject 2 Change to complete the order!
Little Brother: LookBack Posted on 04/22/2010 Eight years. It’s hard to fathom that it’s been eight long (or short?) years since Durham, North Carolina group Little Brother first splashed onto the scene, injecting their earnest Native Tongues-influenced musical aesthetic into hip-hop’s landscape while quickly becoming one of Okayplayer’s best kept secrets with their debut full-length,…
The Brothers of the Theta Beta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. located at Vanderbilt University will be celebrating their 39th Anniversary in Early March. Thanks to Brother Domonick Koger and Brother Calvin Baldwin for selecting Subject 2 Change to assist them with chapter apparel.
The students at Neal Middle School had their annual “Battle of the Books” competition at the schools library. Ms. Valencia Church, Media Specialist, assisted us greatly with this order.
The Young Adult Committee from First Calvary Baptist Church in Durham, NC tapped Subject 2 Change to create a design for their groups apparel. Thanks to Fredrick Davis and Amanda Brown for their diligent help.
Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society contacted Subject 2 Change for chapter apparel. Thanks to Ms. Taraza Tyler and Ms. Colene Kelley for their assistance.
The teachers and staff at Burton Geo World recently celebrated Black History Month with apparel from Subject 2 Change. The theme of the event was “Yesterday…Today…Tomorrow!” We would like to Thank Mrs. Jewel Bedell with all her assistance.
The Ladies of Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma celebrated their 36th Chapter Anniversary in early February 2010. Subject 2 Change was chosen to create the design and apparel in commemoration of this celebration. Thanks to Marilyn Clements for her assistance!
The Brothers of Omega Psi Phi held their Undergraduate Summit in New Orleans in late January. Subject 2 Change was tapped to create the logo for the summit, as well as, Polo sport shirts for all the participants.