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Hey, happy Sunday! Here's something fun about Sunday—
this cute new t-shirt
I designed and submitted to Threadless
. But here's the sticky part— it has only been submitted, not approved for voting (..yet, I hope).
Your help here could make a big difference! If you click this page
, and "social share" the design to your favorite online places, it might help to get my latest Threadless submission approved for voting! It's a mystery to me how they do things over there, but I know that social shares usually help everything (I can't help but think of Mary Poppins' "spoonful of sugar" helping the medicine go down. I must revisit that movie again soon!). So if you like the t-shirt, if you could picture your 4-year old niece loving it and wearing it (I can certainly picture my 2-year old niece in it!) then please Share it
thorough the links on
. I would be SO grateful. :D
Science and silent animation finally come together in this T-shirt design by Ryder Doty currently up for votes at Threadless.
(via Super Punch)
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Post tags: Felix the Cat, Ryder Doty, Threadless
My latest t-shirt design submission. Fingers crossed it'll do well! Up for voting!
"Bama Battlecry" -- You or anyone you know a fan of the Crimson Tide? Vote now, then spread the word!!!
Thanks very much! <3
is actually participating on Threadless
with this T-shirt design
. Please vote 5
if you like it!
This an idea I have been toying with for a long time. I did this illustration for my own enjoyment but decided to submit it to Threadless just for the fun of it.
If you feel so inclined please check out the link:
I have not been to MondayArtday for a while and I am glad to see it is still going strong. I look forward to seeing more great work, from all of you, in the future.
Here's my lastest effort for Threadless. I hope it goes down well!
What I remember most about the pre-online days of teen-targeted "home shopping" were mail-order catalogs like Delia*s with styles named for WB characters ("The Felicity") and a pretty even split between potentially cute stuff and looks I just wrote... Read the rest of this post
It's finally up for the vote. I'm pleased with this design, and it's definetly the best I've done for a good while. Hopefully the voting public will agree!
The current Threadless design. I'm hoping for a great score and mucho prize's. Finger's crossed!
Also I've just undated my website and would appreciate some feedback. Thanks in advance!
It's been a while since I last submitted a design to Threadless. I've had designs sat unfinished on my desktop for months on end so I've made it my mission to get this back log sorted and submitted. Here is the first.
Threadless is having a $5 sale! Teen and Teen's BFF live in these shirts that I heard about from castellucci.
Even if the economy kind of sucks, $5 or $10 is affordable and the Ts seem to hold up pretty well. One word of warning: if you are a mom-type person and ordering for yourself, consider ordering up a size or ordering a man's.
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The unsinkable 'SpongeBob' (The Atlantic explores the enduring appeal of the decade-old franchise. Plus, the full-length HD trailer for 'Princess and the Frog') (The Atlantic)
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I submitted a tee shirt design called "i wish i could've hung out longer"... to Threadless.com to be voted on and hopefully printed.
If I get enough high scores the shirt will be printed and sold from the site and I will win some prizes. Take a look at it and if you like it, sign up and give it a score.
Hold on, people, it's a sale at Theadless! What does this have to do with MotherReader and/or books? Well, MotherReader ordered five shirts for herself and the family (and is enjoying talking in the third person, thank you very much). As for books, there's this shirt for illustrators or this shirt for poets and of course this shirt for classics buffs was donated as a prize for the 48 Hour Book Challenge. Personally, I'm going with the word find shirt and kicking myself for not thinking of the concept myself. But I'll enjoy wearing it.
With one email, you too can be a prize contributor to the 48 Hour Book Challenge just like Theadless. No lie. Send me an offer at motherreader AT gmail DOT com, you know, with the right symbol replacements.
I have had a lot of people send me links to excellent things that I think other librarians might want. However, since I’m such a stuffy anti-capitalist, I sometimes shy away from “you might want to buy this” posts. Then my inbox fills up and I get into competitive Inbox Zero mode and I realize that one of the things that I like about my readers is that they’re not all like me and so this is why I am posting these.
- Excellent library love t-shirt from Gluekit’s new PartofIt project (launching any day now) which designs neat looking stuff to help raise funds for non-profits.
- Threadless “check out” double entendre t-shirt for your favorite bibliophile
- If you read the BibliOdyssey blog (and you should) you might be pleased to know that there is a companion book full of delightful images from ancient texts. I had the pleasure of meeting PK when I was in Australia and I had no idea something like this was in the works. However, I got a copy last week and while I’m still poring through the frontmatter, the restof it is the real deal. Nice book and the blog post about it has more information on the convoluted process of getting a blog into print with associated rights-haggling etc.
- Lastly, I was cleaning up my house up north and came across a few copies of Revolting Librarians Redux still in their “prepared for mailing” state. If you want one, KR and I are e-baying them off with the proceeds to go to the EFF (or another deserving charity if you’re so inclined). KR and I are pretty geographically dispersed, so signed copies might be a non-option, but ask us and we’ll do what we can. Want a copy? Click here.
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Please vote and comment by clicking on the thumbnail. Thanks!
Hey!I submitted a tee shirt design called Eat Chocolate For Longevity to Threadless.com to be voted on and hopefully printed.If I get enough high scores the shirt will be printed and sold from the site and I will win some prizes. Take a look at it and if you like it, sign up and give it a score.
Thanks!P.S. I'm sure Threadless would be happy if you bought a tee too!
I submitted a tee shirt design called Here they are to Threadless.com to be voted onand hopefully printed.If I get enough high scores the shirt will be printed and sold from the site and Iwill win some prizes. Take a look at it and if you like it, sign up and give it a score.
P.S. I'm sure Threadless would be happy if you bought a tee too!
Here's a design I dashed off for Threadless in the few minutes I had spare in between looking for somewhere to live. Flat-hunting is both depressing and time-consuming. Oy.
Hey this is the third submission I've made to Threadless, ironically it's been picked second to be voted on. Please vote on it if you feel inclined and leave me a comment too. Click on the thumbnail to vote.