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Jimiyo Takes Us to Church (0)

Published on May 11th, 2010. By

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If you haven’t heard of Jimiyo yet, then you must be new to the scene. The guy has been a t-shirt designing pioneer for quite some time now. He started out winning t-shirt design competitions on the regular and parlayed that into employment for TeeFury/Design By Humans as their art curator. In short, when Jimiyo speaks….we all listen.

He recently created a post at Emptees titled “How I Made $7500 in 3 Months With My Art

” where he lays out the different approaches to getting paid for your work. It shows the different outlets for sales and serves as an overall gameplan for distribution of your designs. A must-read for all t-shirt designers…

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T-Shirt Designer Spotlight – Wotto (0)

Published on January 21st, 2009. By

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What better designer to have in the spotlight after Jimiyo than to have another master of t-shirt design, Wotto. Craig Watkins is his birth name and designing is game. See what makes Wotto run this shizz.

What is your favorite part of design?

It has to be doodling ideas and trying to pour the mess out of my head onto a page. It’s great when a design comes out on paper close to how I visualized it. It doesn’t happen often but that’s what makes it so golden. I think the drawing stage is very important, there are way too many ‘illustrators’ out their just tracing stuff and not actually drawing.

How would you describe your style?

Dark. I like to draw characters that have a narrative, a life of their own. I like to create little stories and lives for my creatures. I know it sounds weird.

What inspires your work?

What doesn’t? Pretty much everything I look at. Artist wise I get inspired by painters like Joe Sorrel and street art has always played a part in my art work.

What are five websites that you can’t live without?

Teefury


Dekay Clothing
Design By Humans
Threadless
Emptees

What trends do you see developing in the future of t-shirt design?

I hope to see less 80′s inspired tees and I hope character design will remain popular. I donno about future trends, I try to steer away from mainstream design.

URL: Wotto


Portfolio: Wotto Tees

T-Shirt Designer Spotlight – Jimiyo (0)

Published on January 2nd, 2009. By

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Talk about the Taddict bringin’ it with the first Designer Spotlight of 2009….none other than Jimiyo! I can’t think of a t-shirt design competition that he hasn’t put his mark on. The kid has skills, now see what makes his style go round:

What is your favorite part of design?

Near the end of finishing a design, after a significant time investment, there’s a point sometimes I step back and evaluate my design and think, “Hell Yeah.” That is a favorite part of designing. It’s doesn’t happen all the time unfortunately.

How would you describe your style?

Distinct, highly detailed linework using custom baroque style flowing embellishments woven throughout specific images of symbolic significance. Usually contains animals and quotes.

What inspires your work?

I receive inspiration from many other artists. Alphonse Mucha, William Bouguereau, HR Giger, Gerald Brom, Audrey Kawasaki, El Mac, the list is endless.

Also having to pay bills, inspires my work. Gotta get my one toof cleaned. Gettin some bling on that mutha.

What are five websites that you can’t live without?

Dear Computer


Merriam Webster
Boing Boing
TeeFury
Ffffound
*One Bonus Site
http://awesomenastypoopandpeepornwithbeastialityandsmallpeople.com

What trends do you see developing in the future of t-shirt design?

I’m not really a maven regarding trends. I would say great blogs like… Taddict.com are better informed on the upcoming trends by certain cues they see being replicated in several designs.

As far as what I am going to do for 2009, my trend is going to be kicking ass, takin names, Yeeeeaaahhh. JOKES JOKES! Seriously though, I’m going to create some traditional acrylic paintings and digital illustrations next year and try to expand my market into different venues.

URL: http://jimiyo.blogspot.com/


Portfolio: http://jimiyo.com/

T-shirt artist Jimiyo is back @ TeeFury today ! (0)

Published on September 5th, 2008. By

, under TeeFury .

My guess is that this one will sell out like some of his previous TeeFury designs

. Hurry this design want last long!

Jimiyo lands another Tee Fury print – Saw dust & Diamonds (0)

Published on August 12th, 2008. By

, under TeeFury .

Congrats – i am sure this one will sell out just like his debut design did

. Get yours before there gone!

TeeFury printed shirts show up in the wild (0)

Published on August 4th, 2008. By

, under TeeFury .

Here is TeeFury’s

printed debut design “Hope” by Jimiyo – Looks like the print holds true to the design. Not bad for $9

 

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TeeFury debuts with a Jimiyo Design (0)

Published on July 22nd, 2008. By

, under Store Openings , TeeFury .

 TeeFury

went public today launching with a new Jimiyo design. What is Teefury? Well in essence its a shirt.woot.com style site (with taste) that will sell one design every 24 hours (or until sold out) for only $9 plus $2 shipping. Having a one shirt a day niche along with having an eye for design, TeeFury will surly make its mark among some of the best.

At TeeFury you will find a new amazing tee on sale for $9 every 24 hours. Each of our tees are super limited-edition, being sold for only 24 hours or until sold out, which ever happens first, and then removed from our site, never to be made available again.

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