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September 19, 2012 @ 09:57 PM
Frank_

Post: 1206

Join Date: Jan 2009

@lightworks1crew I first got samples of the 1701 and 1301 and I liked how soft the 1701 was but the collar felt to loose and wasn't thick and when I washed them they shrunk like shit.. I used a white and a black 1 and both had same problem
September 19, 2012 @ 10:27 PM
karakter1

Post: 592

Join Date: Jun 2006

@vega_box

Ive participated in 2 events: DXC (dunk exchange) and I sponsored a big sean concert.
The DXC sucked b/c it was HB kids 15 and under so I didn’t sell anything.
The Big Sean show sucked even more bc I payed $600 to sponser and have my name on the flyer. I sold about $200 worth of shirts and even though I hung out with big sean, he denied my shirts b/c they werent bbc or ice cream. This was before he started wearing high fashion shit.

all in all if youre thinking you'll get more sales… probably not. Was it good for exposure, NOPE. A few people asked about us but nothing significant. I couldve networked better had I not had a booth in the back of the show.


Oh yeah I know about that kind of shit. That happened to my once with a event that was going on at a bar. I sponsored and gave away free stuff. Didn't get any customers out of it. I learned from that.

But I'm talking more along the lines of getting sponsored by an event or national cause.
I want to make breat awareness shirts for November to help the cause but also sneak by brand out there for exposure. Along the lines where you ask a corporate company to sponsor you to make some shirts and they pay for it. How does that kind of stuff work.


you want to make sure that you are getting the word out to the correct demographic and target audience.....or else, its just a waste of time
September 19, 2012 @ 10:41 PM
Broken Bank Clo

Post: 516

Join Date: Apr 2009

Location: San Diego

@vega_box

Ive participated in 2 events: DXC (dunk exchange) and I sponsored a big sean concert.
The DXC sucked b/c it was HB kids 15 and under so I didn’t sell anything.
The Big Sean show sucked even more bc I payed $600 to sponser and have my name on the flyer. I sold about $200 worth of shirts and even though I hung out with big sean, he denied my shirts b/c they werent bbc or ice cream. This was before he started wearing high fashion shit.

all in all if youre thinking you'll get more sales… probably not. Was it good for exposure, NOPE. A few people asked about us but nothing significant. I couldve networked better had I not had a booth in the back of the show.


Oh yeah I know about that kind of shit. That happened to my once with a event that was going on at a bar. I sponsored and gave away free stuff. Didn't get any customers out of it. I learned from that.

But I'm talking more along the lines of getting sponsored by an event or national cause.
I want to make breat awareness shirts for November to help the cause but also sneak by brand out there for exposure. Along the lines where you ask a corporate company to sponsor you to make some shirts and they pay for it. How does that kind of stuff work.


you want to make sure that you are getting the word out to the correct demographic and target audience.....or else, its just a waste of time


@karakter1 is that in regards to my idea?

Broken Bank Clothing *** www.BrokenBankClothing.com *** @brokenbankclo

September 20, 2012 @ 01:25 AM
karakter1

Post: 592

Join Date: Jun 2006

^^^^^

yeh...but i take it back.....doing something for a cause you support is never a waste of time.
September 20, 2012 @ 02:23 AM
qrct1

Post: 1017

Join Date: May 2012



dopey dollars
Link


these are fucken stupid

www.æterna.net/shop

September 20, 2012 @ 02:27 AM
qrct1

Post: 1017

Join Date: May 2012

Checkout out my video lookbook please. Let me know what you guys think, thanks.

http://www.boneheadsclothing.com/

lmao i was like "lol boneheads like everybody's gonna want to belong to the bonehead crew the name's a joke."
then i went to your site and i enjoyed the vid lookbook.
you guys got cool gear i like the bucket hat, coaches jacket, the beanie everything's pretty cool man.
i gotta say i really like this

www.æterna.net/shop

September 20, 2012 @ 02:41 AM
hkeys

Post: 541

Join Date: Apr 2012

Location: Tampa

@vega_box We've been able to do a few. They were a local sneaker expo called Bay Area Soleceity. Friends with the dudes who started it so it's pretty cool. Personally, I'm not into kicks but both time there was over 500 people in the building, first one was at a hotel second was at a place called MOSI here in Tampa. Among us there where only a few clothing brands but it's mostly for these HB kids who want Jordans and shit. Both time's we made over $300, first time the table cost us $100, second time was $60. I also got the chance to meet Curren$y, Trademark, Roddy and the whole Jets crew when they came to my city. A friend of mine hosted the show so that was rad, they were hyped on the gear. At the end of the day the whole making our clothes to match sneakers isn't what we are going for but we have colorways that can work with them so people like it. I think being able to do pop up shows, going to events like this, and having connects with local and national rappers/skaters/athletes (whatever your brand is based on) can help a ton. Just being able to grow and build the name of your brand up is one of the most important factors in doing this.

http://thedividedminds.com/

September 20, 2012 @ 02:45 AM
hkeys

Post: 541

Join Date: Apr 2012

Location: Tampa

I've seen plenty of dope start up brands and brands that have quality work, cut and sew, hats, etc. but for some reason seem to be slepted on or only do most of their business in one specific area. Marketing and Advertising your brand to the right target Market is the hardest thing to do, but can also be the funniest. Depending on how you look at it. Sitting on ya ass waiting for sales to come will never work. Need to network and try to constantly grow every day. Even if it's 10-20 new followers on Instagram, Twitter, etc. The more people who know about your brand sales should follow. (Plenty of factors come into play still).

http://thedividedminds.com/

September 20, 2012 @ 03:22 AM
AmericanLegend

Post: 2515

Join Date: Jul 2012

Location: USA

Can someone tell me a good program to create clothing designs, I have just been sketching out any idea I have had. Been wanting to take it to the next step and get very small amount of clothes made (probably like 5 shirts,or hoodies maybe crewnecks) for right now i'm just looking for me and my friends to wear it(). and when we get more money we will go on a bigger scale and actually make more money, I just turned 17, me and my group of friends have been researching business and all that stuff, my friend has a cousin that owns a printing business, from what i've heard he makes stickers and shirts. I don 't know much about printing shirts but I know that it matters what type of machine to use. any advice? also we don't have the funds to buy wholesale stuff, I was thinking of going down to the local store to buy a couple alstyle blanks they have there so we can make shirts. I don't know what type of alstyle they are but I know they are the ones most commonly sold everywhere. almost always sold next to shakas in stores

taste the glamour

September 20, 2012 @ 04:05 AM
wcfrontrvnners

Post: 346

Join Date: Jun 2012

Location: Hayward, Ca

@hkeys Amen , I agree with you 100

WCFRVS.COM INSTAGRAM & TWITTER: WCFRONTRVNNERS ; JJFRNTRVNNERS

September 20, 2012 @ 05:17 AM
ryder

Post: 240

Join Date: Nov 2011

Location: Canada

Can someone tell me a good program to create clothing designs, I have just been sketching out any idea I have had. Been wanting to take it to the next step and get very small amount of clothes made (probably like 5 shirts,or hoodies maybe crewnecks) for right now i'm just looking for me and my friends to wear it(). and when we get more money we will go on a bigger scale and actually make more money, I just turned 17, me and my group of friends have been researching business and all that stuff, my friend has a cousin that owns a printing business, from what i've heard he makes stickers and shirts. I don 't know much about printing shirts but I know that it matters what type of machine to use. any advice? also we don't have the funds to buy wholesale stuff, I was thinking of going down to the local store to buy a couple alstyle blanks they have there so we can make shirts. I don't know what type of alstyle they are but I know they are the ones most commonly sold everywhere. almost always sold next to shakas in stores


Illustrator. Dont use photoshop, make everything in vectors.

edmflavor.com

September 20, 2012 @ 07:10 AM
AmericanLegend

Post: 2515

Join Date: Jul 2012

Location: USA

Thanks

taste the glamour

September 20, 2012 @ 01:07 PM
al dente co.

Post: 339

Join Date: Jun 2012

Location: MIAMI

TO THE PEOPLE WHO WON MY T SHIRT CONTEST.... HAVE YOU GUYS RECIEVED YOUR SHIRTS YET?

al dente company // aldenteco.com

September 20, 2012 @ 03:55 PM
al dente co.

Post: 339

Join Date: Jun 2012

Location: MIAMI





Fuck the haters.
Our shop.


FUCK THE HATERS

al dente company // aldenteco.com

September 20, 2012 @ 04:33 PM
Castle Master

Post: 162

Join Date: Sep 2011



Competion time!

We will be giving away one t-shirt of the winners choice.
To be in with a chance of winning like our FACEBOOK page and share this photo. The winner will be announced next week.

Good luck

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Secret-Castle/255005944569574

http://secret-castle.com/

September 20, 2012 @ 04:34 PM
Castle Master

Post: 162

Join Date: Sep 2011





Fuck the haters.

Im diggin the first one man
Our shop.

http://secret-castle.com/

September 20, 2012 @ 06:32 PM
ryder

Post: 240

Join Date: Nov 2011

Location: Canada

Went out and did a little photoshoot to help push the remaining tees we have left from our Fall line. Heres one of the shots were posting today.


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September 20, 2012 @ 06:44 PM
al dente co.

Post: 339

Join Date: Jun 2012

Location: MIAMI

@ryder
shes hot...

looks clean.

al dente company // aldenteco.com

September 20, 2012 @ 07:37 PM
ryder

Post: 240

Join Date: Nov 2011

Location: Canada

@ryder
shes hot...

looks clean.


Word man thanks. She helps do sales for our brand as well smile

Heres another shot


edmflavor.com

September 20, 2012 @ 07:47 PM
al dente co.

Post: 339

Join Date: Jun 2012

Location: MIAMI

@ryder
check your pm

al dente company // aldenteco.com

September 20, 2012 @ 07:53 PM
justinsos

Post: 79

Join Date: Feb 2012

Location: Canada

Can anyone recommend a good tech pack designer? Also if its private I may accept offers of what you want

Sink or Swim Brand / www.sinkorswimbrand.com / Spring 2014 this April

September 20, 2012 @ 11:13 PM
justinsos

Post: 79

Join Date: Feb 2012

Location: Canada



Competion time!

We will be giving away one t-shirt of the winners choice.
To be in with a chance of winning like our FACEBOOK page and share this photo. The winner will be announced next week.

Good luck

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Secret-Castle/255005944569574


Did it!

Sink or Swim Brand / www.sinkorswimbrand.com / Spring 2014 this April

September 21, 2012 @ 12:42 AM
branny

Post: 59

Join Date: Nov 2011

Location: 407

If anyone knows of any places that do cut & sew tee shirts please let me know, I'd shoot you something back. PM me
September 21, 2012 @ 01:47 AM
lightworks1crew

Post: 41

Join Date: Aug 2012

Location: PA

@ryder ditto

THE NAME OF THE GAME / www.lightworksclothing.com

September 21, 2012 @ 02:43 AM
AmericanLegend

Post: 2515

Join Date: Jul 2012

Location: USA

Friend just got me illustrator for free, I just looked it up. Is it less complicated than it looks?

taste the glamour

September 21, 2012 @ 03:02 AM
dangerers

Post: 189

Join Date: Apr 2012

Location: College Park

@nonchalant
illustrator is pretty easy to learn you just need to know the basics to design tshirts and you can always watch youtube videos

http://www.dangerers.bigcartel.com

September 21, 2012 @ 03:16 AM
AmericanLegend

Post: 2515

Join Date: Jul 2012

Location: USA

sweet

taste the glamour

September 21, 2012 @ 06:11 AM
awhitehippy

Post: 589

Join Date: Apr 2012

Location: Lost Angeles

Can someone tell me a good program to create clothing designs, I have just been sketching out any idea I have had. Been wanting to take it to the next step and get very small amount of clothes made (probably like 5 shirts,or hoodies maybe crewnecks) for right now i'm just looking for me and my friends to wear it(). and when we get more money we will go on a bigger scale and actually make more money, I just turned 17, me and my group of friends have been researching business and all that stuff, my friend has a cousin that owns a printing business, from what i've heard he makes stickers and shirts. I don 't know much about printing shirts but I know that it matters what type of machine to use. any advice? also we don't have the funds to buy wholesale stuff, I was thinking of going down to the local store to buy a couple alstyle blanks they have there so we can make shirts. I don't know what type of alstyle they are but I know they are the ones most commonly sold everywhere. almost always sold next to shakas in stores


Illustrator. Dont use photoshop, make everything in vectors.


As said by everyone here, Adobe Illustrator is the way to go,

x

September 21, 2012 @ 06:30 AM
ryder

Post: 240

Join Date: Nov 2011

Location: Canada

Can someone tell me a good program to create clothing designs, I have just been sketching out any idea I have had. Been wanting to take it to the next step and get very small amount of clothes made (probably like 5 shirts,or hoodies maybe crewnecks) for right now i'm just looking for me and my friends to wear it(). and when we get more money we will go on a bigger scale and actually make more money, I just turned 17, me and my group of friends have been researching business and all that stuff, my friend has a cousin that owns a printing business, from what i've heard he makes stickers and shirts. I don 't know much about printing shirts but I know that it matters what type of machine to use. any advice? also we don't have the funds to buy wholesale stuff, I was thinking of going down to the local store to buy a couple alstyle blanks they have there so we can make shirts. I don't know what type of alstyle they are but I know they are the ones most commonly sold everywhere. almost always sold next to shakas in stores


Illustrator. Dont use photoshop, make everything in vectors.


As said by everyone here, Adobe Illustrator is the way to go,


Just upgraded to CS6 too, shits dope. Massive improvements from CS4, workflow has increased already. Signed up for the "Creative Cloud" and im paying $30 a month for 12 months and i get access to EVERY adobe program cool .

edmflavor.com

September 21, 2012 @ 06:35 AM
AndyRocksBluu

Post: 311

Join Date: Jun 2011

Location: Long Island, NY

@nonchalant
illustrator is pretty easy to learn you just need to know the basics to design tshirts and you can always watch youtube videos


Really? I'm pretty sure it took me almost a year to get the full grasp of the pen tool.

http://bluudreams.com/ #DiveIn


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