Jeffery Kalmikoff, Former CCO of Threadless.com
Ever wanted to start your own clothing brand? Or even just sell your OWN merchandise with YOUR designs on them? This book makes it easy.
What makes a good design? How do I design a t-shirt for big bands like Metallica? What if I can't draw? Thread's Not Dead has the answers.
Learn the secrets to creating a rabid fanbase that camps out at your retail store to buy your latest merch. Yes, you can make that happen!
Don't just take my advice, learn from some of the biggest names in the t-shirt business. Why make the same mistakes they did when you don't have to?
What if the most prolific and influential people in the modern t-shirt design scene got together and discussed everything they wish they knew when they started?
That's exactly what we have here.
Hardcover Book Review
eBook Review on iPad
Roderick J. Johnson
No, unfortunately. The hardcover is sold via third parties like Amazon and we cannot distribute digital files with them. You must choose between the hardcover edition or the digital edition which includes an audiobook and some other goodies.
Yes, that's mostly what this book is. It's about business, strategy, self-promotion, marketing, and building a fan base. You'll find all that and more in Thread's Not Dead.
Since Safari on iPad cannot download ZIP files, you will need to download the files to a PC or MAC. Then unzip the contents and add your PDF or ePUB files to iTunes and sync your iPad. It will transfer the book to your iPad for viewing.
Yes there's an entire chapter on printing techniques and inspiration. It runs through the common practices and prepping files for print and communicating with your printer.
Yes this book goes into detail on the major aspects of starting your own clothing brand. It approaches it from the perspective of a creator or designer, but even if you're not a designer there are suggestinos on how you can hire designers to get your vision off the ground.
Aleksandr Poltavskiy, PoltArt.com
Roderick J. Johnson
Ace, Master Grafix LLC
Roderick J. Johnsong, TND Reader