It Takes a Village to Make a T-Shirt
This year’s festival T-Shirts were created through a joint effort by Graphic Designer Sharon Shough, who created this year’s logo, Paragon Salon Owner Carrie Gebb, who chose the colors and styles for the tees, and Zepher Loesch, President of All Island Print Works, who printed them up! A special mahalo goes out to Zepher for an in-kind donation of our crew T-shirts!
We talked with Graphic Designer Sharon Shough about how she got started designing the logos for the festival in 2006.
Four Time Best of Maui Winner and 2012 Mayor Small Business Award nominee, Paragon Salon has been in business for over 16 years on Maui. We chatted with Carrie Gebb about her business and why she got involved in the festival.
We are a stylish, highly trained and talented full service salon, located in a charming old plantation house on Makawao Avenue in the heart of Makawao Town. And I love being an involved parent! Volunteering in the classroom and helping to make our school events a success is very important to me. Without parent volunteers none of these events that benefit our school and community could happen.