I wear a ton of hats, but this one I like the most. Surrounded by art all damn day and night… This behemoth of a hydraulic screen print press dinosaur doesn't matter if you're sleepy, hungry, or whatever. Some days its set to load a shirt for screen printing every four seconds. It can print up to 10 colors at a time (non digital). This particular day, I was honored to design and run a job for one of America's world famous “Tuskegee Airmen”. (for those of you who haven't heard of Red Tails, the movie or the history - Google it.)Photo of : Dr. Eugene Richardson, Philadelphia chapter of Tuskegee Airmen bomber pilots. One of the finished shirts…. That's Dr. Richardson (on the left) standing next to his plane with some of his crew. He stayed around long enough to autograph shirts, and leave a few photos.