Thursday, August 11, 2005


A couple of nights ago, Michelle and I worked on a couple of new logos for Michelles band She Said...

Now you can buy some merch with one of the new logos at the She Said... CafePress store.

1 comment:

Bartosz said...

Hey, this is the crazy intern from spreadshirt reading your blog again :)

I see that you still stick to cafepress?:) Ok, i understand, they are bigger etc, but the design that you have created will be printed by them using the digital transfer technique - meaning that it's basically something that you could do by yourself with an ironing machine, yet obviously made more professional, but still, the same limitations apply - the image might fade (you can reda it on their website as well - it's widely known fact) and it will not feel that good because it's quite big and a little bit plastic feel might be a problem - plus big designs like that are a bit more vulnerable to cracking. The same design, however, can be made using vector graphic, it's relatively easy and i'm sure you won't have any problems with doing that - having done that, spreadshirt can apply the print in flock/flex technology that will be extremely higher quality, will basically never fade, plus, you can make the same design in white and put it on a black t-shirt (would look good to me, but obviously you might have a different opinion). We actually do a lot of work for bands and sponsor a couple of local concert spots as well, sooo now it's stil up to you - it's not spam, just an advise - the decision is up to you, if you will be 100% satisfied with cafepress even after a couple of laundries - i'm happy for you, but i still hope that you will try our services as well...

ps.and that ocmment some time ago was actually the ceo - I apologize once more for that very first post...