Journal

Wakey, Wakey, Sleepy Riott!

Wow, it’s been so long since I created anything for my store, or even logged in to do anything other than purchase the odd t-shirt! So much has changed. All these new products kicking about – how could I not come back?

I don’t think I really have it in me to run my designs across all the online stores I did before, so I’ll be concentrating mainly on the Redbubble stuff. In addition to this, I’m in cahoots with Life On Skaro, so you’ll see some of that stuff here too.

Absolutely loving the journals and the new phone wallets. I can feel my brain ticking over as to what to put on them.

Until the, I got me a new logo. The last one was too… urgh. I dunno. This one is much more my cup of arsenic.

Thank You (Whoever You May Be)

Hello dears,…

I didn’t get to post much over Christmas and into the New Year due to a general lack of technology, so I just wanted to post this message to all who have purchased any of my designs.

THANK YOU!

Whoever you are and wherever you may be, I’m sure you’re looking mighty RAD in your t-shirts. Seriously, I cannot thank you enough because I realise that my own geekery gets the better of me a lot of the time and so it’s always wonderful to get a sale – not necessarily for the pennies, but because it means other people share my geeklove!

Anyway, I hope 2012 is being awesome to you all, and I encourage you to send over some lovely pics of you wearing your Riott t-shirts, whether it be via email (), Twitter, or directly uploaded to the Riott Designs Facebook page.

Many thanks once again

What, No Kids Sizes?

Not every design uploaded to Riott Designs makes it onto kids clothing. While I tend to keep all my designs child-friendly, at the same time there are designs where I think, “Any child who even knows what this is about must be a Time Lord in disguise”. I myself was a kid when Holly created the Holly Hop Drive on Red Dwarf, my games console of choice was the ZX Spectrum, and Archie Brooks was the love of my Emmerdale life. I know people in their 20’s who don’t even remember Archie, but I digress.…

There are some out there who will buy clothes for their kids even though said child has no idea what it’s about, “but hey lookie, mommy baught me a colourful t-shirt. YAY!”… I know this to be true, having inflicted a kids size Ramone’s t-shirt on my own little minion. I hear she’s into death metal

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