Also, for those of you do not want to take a chance on the contest, Jon is selling the shirt on Mediocore Clothing for 20 bones. This is a great deal and an awesome shirt, don’t miss out on this classic.
Thanks to VectorTuts for the cool vid!]]>
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…
I would directly link to this shirt but the URL’s at Buy Electric Zombie are generic for everything in the store.]]>
Recently Vectortuts interviewed Christian to see what makes him tick. Go check it out and see some more of his top notch work:
The premise behind 8-Bit Zombie is the throwback reference to the original gaming systems with 8-bit graphics. The most recognizable of those systems being the original Nintendo Entertainment System. The shirt goes all out with a six color screen print on a black American Apparel shirt.
Now that we got that out of the way, let’s get back to the trucker hats that first caught my attention. The images on their storefront shows a printing location that I have never seen before. They are putting custom designs on the under side of the bill. And not only that, they’re just about covering the whole printable area. Check it out for yourself:
It’s pretty sick! The only question is, how are they doing that?]]>
To the designers that made the list, congrats! You deserve it. Make sure your clients see that and appreciate your work even more!]]>
They’ve put together a quick customer survey that should take you less than 5 minutes to fill out. Help them out if you can and tell ‘em the T Addict sent ya’.]]>