The summer is winding down, but that doesn’t mean selling is! Rather, there are notable design occasions that are rapidly approaching. Familiarise yourself with these dates, come up with applicable designs, and watch as the sales roll in!
The year is brimming with occasions, events and holidays to be immortalized with creative designs. We’re eager to fill you in on upcoming trends and key events to provide you with inspiration to create designs. Here we go – the spring/summer trends for 2018 are just one click away.
Designs to give you the shivers and heebie-jeebies – that’s exactly what we want from you. Take part in our design contest, and win up to £500 for your take on the topic of Horror Show. entry deadline is 11 October 2017.
Your sketches and drawings deserve maximum attention, and turning your sketches into digital designs is the first move closer to the limelight. Our step-by-step tutorial shows you how to digitise hand-painted drawings with Photoshop to get them ready for sale on the Marketplace. Read more
Can your designs make the hearts of music lovers beat faster? Do festival names like Creamfields, Glastonbury, Wireless or EXIT make your hair stand on end like the vibration of a fat bassline? Do you want to win an exclusive Spreadshirt feature and cash prizes of up to £/€500?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, check out our new design contest and enter today.
You devote a whole lotta love to creating your designs and products – and of course a lot of work. Photos of your work in process make for quite exciting footage for people on social media. So let us reach out to you with a pretty smart and straightforward tutorial on how to play to the gallery of your followers, and become the centre of interest on Instagram and the like.
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and CorelDRAW. Designers everywhere swear by the ‘three kings’ of image processing software, but there are some challengers to the crown that we’d like to introduce to you. Some lesser-known illustrator tools are moving forward and taking the fight to the established industry leaders. Here are three very original and creative solutions.
Whatever people come to look for on Spreadshirt’s Marketplace, they are sure to get pages filled with designs once they enter a search term. There is, however, still potential for a few niche brackets that need filling. You can make use of this potential by giving the people what they want but can’t really get.
Here’s a designer you should give more than a cursory glance. VectorInk is an active Spreadshirt designer who creates her own brushes in a matter of clicks. Adobe Illustrator allows you to easily adjust your brushes, and we’ve picked a sweet little bunny for you to show what two brushes can do for you. Here’s our tutorial – let’s take the rabbit out of the hat!