In 2006 Philip designed surrealistic-imaged T-shirts for The Imaginary Foundation.
The designer was contracted to design T-shirts for Dave & Buster's, but they never hit the stores.
Mr. Whitney's sister, who works in an advertising office, had designed T-shirts for the 15 family members who attended the ceremony.
The booths will be set up for children to design T-shirts and make hats, belly-dancer outfits, mosaics, capes and restaurant menus.
He taught himself computer graphics there and went on to design T-shirts.
For this, the housemates decided to design and produce T-shirts to be sold to people outside the House.
He designed T-shirts with cheeky messages.
The children pasted stickers on paper, designed T-shirts, played some games, ate cake and ice cream, and left.
They designed T-shirts, hired referees and security guards and arranged for insurance.
Such is the emphasis on creativity that you might expect the employees to be writing poetry rather than designing T-shirts and faxing shipment orders.