For 2009. Have a look here
For 2009. Have a look here
Infecitous.com are running a design competition at the moment looking for people to design covers for laptops, iPhones and/or iPods.
“What…change it again?? I’ve already changed it five f***ing times already!!”
(please add some more)
Some nice work.
Found on webofentertainment.com:
Genius on the internets:
Inspired geek genius here
As part of packing for the trip I have decided to take one week’s worth of clothes which means 7 t-shirts only allowed. Of my collection of shirts, 4 of the 7 turned out to be RedBubble shirts:
Big Fat Robot Has A Victim by BigFatRobot
Some People Are On The Pitch by Mark Wilson
The Fab-tastic Four by Popmash
And my own CCTV Government
After nine and a half years in Sydney, I am packing up and heading back to live in Far North Queensland where I grew up. Rather than heading straight up though, I am taking a bit of trip down south, then west and then back up north. If anyone wants to follow the adventure, I shall be attempting to upkeep a blog here:
As a result, I won’t be spending much time on RedBubble, so please don’t be offended if I’m not replying to things, or commenting on your brilliant work. Normal service shall be resumed in about, oh, 3 months or so?
Okay, so it’s been a long time between drinks for FTBOTC, but I felt it was time to look back on some of the very first shirts I ‘favourited’ on RedBubble.
Check out some of her other work, particularly her illustration. Wonderful stuff.
My good friend Sam has decided to do the three peaks challenge for charity later this month. This involves climbing the three highest peaks in the UK within a 24hour period. Sounds crazy to me, however it’s all for a good cause – the Smile Train. The Smile Train, the world’s largest cleft charity, is dedicated to helping the millions of children in the world who suffer from cleft lip and palate through free surgery for children, free training for doctors and research to find a cure.…
I’ve designed three shirts for Sam to sell to help raise some more money before and after his climb here, but if anyone else feels like doing a quick design and sending it on Sam, I know he’d be most grateful. It doesn’t have to have “Three Peaks Challenge 2009” in it or even relate to the challenge in any way
Get ’em here.
I’ve received a quick mention in the gossip page in today’s Sydney Morning Herald (page 20 for those in Sydney):
(Also online here but no picture).
for this t-shirt.
Let’s hope our Nic sees the funny side…
I’ve just received a shirt I ordered from RedBubble today and the quality is amazing. Does anyone know if they’ve changed suppliers? The colours were strong, the print was nice and crisp and had great feel to it. Without a doubt, the best I’ve received so far and I’ve ordered 20+ shirts.
Just found out about a suite of tools called Avairy which are in-browser image editing tools. There’s even a vector graphic tool there. Haven’t had a chance to play with them yet, but from what I see it’s pretty impressive.
Hope to see you all out Tuesday night!
This is very, very well done.
Etiko Fair Trade are having a design-a-tshirt competition at the moment. Check it out below. A couple of things though: it’s for Australian residents only and it must be brand new work. Good luck!
Order my great shirt Drink! Feck! Arse! now in time for St Patrick’s Day!
I’ve created a couple of new shirts for the Phoenix Appeal which is helping to raise money for those affected by the terrible bushfires in Victoria, Australia. Please check them out.
I just went to order some shirts and found out there’s no free shipping anymore when you order four or more shirts. When did this happen? I for one am disappointed. I don’t think it’s very good business sense either. I was going to order four but changed my order back to three.
Read Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely and you’ll know the power of “free”.