I am entering a new world. The world of drawings and screen printing.

I'd love your thoughts on how these could be applied to products.

Which images are you drawn to and why? Would you purchase a t-shirt with one of these on it, would the price effect your decision greatly? What other applications can you think of? I've considered sticker decals, covers of sketchbooks, a book of drawings and even considered baby 'onesies' :). Maybe they could be etched onto surfaces?

Also, has anyone created t-shirts and had good or bad experiences? Do you think they could be 'print' worthy for galleries? What market do you see them fitting into?

Any and all thoughts are welcome.

Thanks for your assistance and participation, it is greatly appreciated.

Rickson

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Comment by Blandine LUCE on September 3, 2010 at 3:23pm
my favorite is number 2
cheers
Comment by Rickson on August 19, 2010 at 1:13pm
Another company like Society6
Threadless. http://www.threadless.com/
Comment by Rickson on August 18, 2010 at 8:44pm
mmm, two of my favourites too! I especially like that 2 has a section that's left as pencil.

Oh cool! I'd never heard of them. I'd seen t-shirt companies like this, but Socity6 has amazing work! Have you ever sold work on the site? Makes me think I have to up the anti, my drawings look unfinished compared to this work. Maybe I should add colour....hmmm, I like the 'low maintenance' look of black and white though.

Thanks! Getting great ideas from your suggestions.

Rickson
Comment by Rickson on August 18, 2010 at 5:46pm
Thanks Kathryn! It's good your busy! That means you are working hard. Hope all is well with you, I really appreciate your thougts. Repeats are a great idea! #5 reminds me of the Isle of Man emblem.

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