2013 Mushroom Festival Souvenir T-Shirt

Stednitz wins 28th Annual Mushroom Festival T-Shirt Design Contest

Born in Wyomissing, PA, Caleigh Stednitz is a talented freelance textile designer with an eye for pattern and color. As a graduate of Tyler School of Art of Temple University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fibers & Material Studies and a concentration in textile design, Caleigh designs original prints and then hand silkscreens her designs onto fabric. She aims to create aesthetically pleasing patterns that can be used for home decor with colors that excite and intrigue the viewer. You can see more of her work atwww.caleighstednitz.com and can reach her at caleighstednitz@gmail.com


 


Antonelli wins the 27th Annual Mushroom Festival T-Shirt Design Contest

It was a hard decision for 2012  to choose one design from the many wonderful designs submitted, but Dona Antonelli’s submission captured the judge’s attention for its realistic depiction of button mushrooms. Antonelli is a freelance graphic designer from Lancaster County. She holds a BFA in Studio Art with a graphic concentration from West Chester University and has over 25 years of experience in the design field.  Dona lives with her daughter in the southern end of the Lancaster County and enjoys reading, designing jewelry, and gardening.



Bendis is the 2011 T-Shirt Design Contest winner

Congratulations to Justin Bendis, the artist behind 2011’s Mushroom Festival souvenir t-shirt.

Justin is a highly creative graphic designer, artist, and freelancer who recently moved from the Baltimore area to Lincoln University, Pa. From logos and apparel, to posters and brochures, he enjoys a creative challenge, pushing himself to produce the perfect design. His clientele includes a diverse array of businesses and organizations, both large and small. He can be reached at jtbendis@zoominternet.net.



Mushroom Festival T-Shirt Quilts

To commemorate the 25th Annual Mushroom Festival two quilts were made from the various Mushroom Festival T-shirts of past years. The quilts were made by Carla Lucas, of Landenberg, Pa.