GLYPH CUE's Graphic Clothing Design Process Thorough and Detailed

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Mar 11, 2014 • References: glyphcue and design-milk
GLYPH CUE shares its graphic clothing design process, which entails a series of sketches, configurations and trial and error. In the instance of one sweater, Matt W. Moore and Kristofer Wilfert take the letters "G" and "C" and assemble them in a number of ways to get the best graphic.

When it comes to color, the process of mixing, burning screens, registration, printing and drying requires a lot of time and attention to detail, which this design duo has mastered like a science. The company and its process allow the artists to bring their ideas to life, whether it involves nautical flags or thick fleece hoodies.

They create a number of ways to communicate a information in code and though we may not get the message, your wardrobe certainly will.