Over the course of the last few weeks, I have been receiving requests to draw animal portraits (of personal pets) to be printed on white t-shirts. These make an adorable and memorable gift for the holiday season if you are still shopping for something to please that special someone!
Shirt is of the purchaser's choice - we normally choose a soft, white t-shirt either crew or v-neck. They are printed using a heat transfer method just doesn't sacrifice the details of the original artwork and also lasts on the fabric much longer than traditional silk-screened inks.
They can also be giftwrapped with hand-printed paper and tags if requested!
Leave a comment below or send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in ordering one!
Comments will be approved before showing up.
One of the greatest advantages of working in the creative industry is coming into contact with the sheer amount of talent that you can work and collaborate with on projects. The digital age has definitely sealed the deal in helping us approach industry professionals and start-up gurus with a slick email conversation, direct message, tweet, or Instagram message.
Oftentimes we are caught under the impression that if we have an incredible roster of big-name talent helping and supporting our brand, that we will have made it - whatever that means.
Be careful and diligent in the beginning about whom you decide to bring into your brand as you want it to stay consistent and as authentic as possible throughout its lifetime.
First and foremost, are you working as a partnership or a sole proprietor?
What avenues are you currently using for yourself? Can you easily translate the platforms you already use towards your creative business?
Is your business reflective of your own personal brand? Can you keep this theme consistent throughout all the platforms you decide to use?
Creating a separate profile for your business is a helpful option, not to mention free - if the context of your business is different from your own personality and aura.