Stalking Stewart

Sometimes as a designer you get asked to work on a really COOL project!  Well last week – this happened for me!

My friend Amy, owner of FABO Cafe, came up with a great idea and wanted me to be a part of it!  Jon Stewart, from The Daily Show, will be coming to Charlotte, NC later this year for the Democratic National Convention, and Amy wants him to come to FABO and have a cup of coffee with her.  How fun!

Amy and Jon


To get Jon’s attention, she has started a “little” campaign called… Stalking Stewart!  You can follow on Facebook and Twitter where the conversation has already started.  Click here to watch Amy on Charlotte Today and hear her plan!  There will be “Little Jons” around town, “Jon’s John” at FABO and T-Shirts to purchase.

So… where do I come in?  The graphic design of course!  I have drawn our version of Jon Stewart to use in the campaign.  We have Jon wearing a FABO t-shirt:



And Jon in a suit running away with a cup of FABO coffee in his hand:

Jon Running


The image of Jon running will be used on our version of Flat Stanley cards called “Little Jons”.  They will be available at FABO for you to pick up and take around to cool Charlotte places and snap pictures to post on Facebook and Twitter.  We want to see Jon everywhere!


Jon Card


Here is a sneak peak of the t-shirt.  We are still finalizing the design, but you will get the idea!


Jon T-Shirt


Again, a special thanks to Amy!  I am having a great time with this project!




About dryinkdesigns

A marketing and business development background is the foundation for Mandi Boedicker’s passion for creating memorable branding support for a number of clients. Initially a graphic designer by trade, Boedicker’s marketing experience in the construction industry sparked a passion for networking and community partnerships. Dry Ink Designs was a natural next step. Boedicker’s freelance client work had spanned over ten years already while maintaining a full-time career, so she turned her creative energy into a career that benefitted the relationships she was building. Strengths in calligraphy, painting and photography soon grew into strengths in corporate identity strategy and marketing/communications support.
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