What You Need to Know About Jazza's Signature Brushes Design: A Comprehensive Review and Tutorial
In the late 1980s, Stephanie Miller worked as a graphic designer for Imperial Bondware, a paper and plastic cup manufacturer based in Ohio. According to Miller, Imperial Bondware held a contest for its three graphic designers to create a new cup design. She used paint brushes and ink to create the winning design, and she designed it in a way that it would be easy to print: "The whole idea was that it would be easier to be printed, because the design didn't have to line up at all. You didn't have to worry about edges lining up." Miller later said that she believed her design was titled "Brush Strokes", but she could not remember for sure. According to Miller, officials for Imperial Bondware considered her new design too "forward thinking" and stopped using it after approximately one year. Miller acknowledged she did not have proof that she created the design, although she wrote on Reddit in 2015:
Jazza S Signature Brushes Design
For the "old school" aficionados, we offer Mel Lewis and Art Blakey signature drumsticks. Brush players love the Bopworks "Spread-Lok" brushes that lock at 2" or 4" spreads. The Spread-loks" feature traditional thinner gauge wire for a smoother sound.