Here is a preview of the new shirts coming from 7th Ink. According to owner, Matthew Johnson, there will be hoodies, shirts, belts, and stickers that will be available come Sept. 6th. For those who care, if you are one of the first 10 orders, you’ll get a new button pack. I’m amazed people love buttons, but since I don’t have any use for them, doesn’t mean they aren’t great.
My personal favorite from the preview, is the crow design. I think it might have to do with the colors, because it has a cool color scheme. Purple and blue works very well and the white that is there is a small amount. The design is the most well done out of the three and I think it doesn’t belong with the other two designs. Style wise the headless horseman and Frankenstein have a similar cartoonish look, while the crow doesn’t. This is only series 1, so I’m curious to see what the next series are and if it comes out soon after this release.
To view 7th Ink’s shirts go here: http://www.furyshirts.com/
A sample of some of the hoodies & belts:
Last week I was reading on Inc.com about “unbranding”. If you saw my tweets on Thursday you would know what I’m talking about. One of the most infamous “celebrities” is from MTV’s reality show “Jersey Shore”, Snooki is being used in a whole new marketing strategy. Since, she’s not a great person to represent a company well, due to her time on the trashy reality show and recent arrest stint, she has something that companies like-exposure. She’s on television and she was known for always carrying around her Coach bag, until recently. It seems that luxury brands have sent her their bags, so she can be seen on tv promoting their products. Why would anyone want to be like Snooki? No one, but people viewing the show would see the bags and may like what they see. It’s this subliminal advertising that will be in the heads of those watching the show, that will have them recognizing the item, talking about it, and most likely want it. It’s an interesting strategy and there’s no bad public relations, especially when you’re on a hit tv show.
To view what Inc.com had to say, view here: http://www.inc.com/staff-blog/the-snooki-strategy.html
I’m starting to get into After Effects and for those interested in learning, but don’t know anything here’s a good site for basics.
Here are two images that I think are intriguing. I love to see a photo like this with other sports like someone dunking. This is eye catching and you definitely follow the motion.
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As you can tell from my previouis post, I’m a fan of Street Fighter. I thought this was a cool tattoo. I personally feel tattoos do not get the respect that they should, because you have to be talented to leave someone with a permanent image that looks really good. Yes, there are some not so talented tattoo artists, just like there aren’t so talented fine artists and graphic designers. Anyway this brings back some nostalgia of playing the video games. Ryu vs Ken.