It wasn’t too long ago that Sarah Richford considered designing as a hobby. However, after discovering that people would actually pay money to have her designs included on apparel and accessories, she decided to start her own de facto business! Read more
Some call him Zguig1, others Mr. Mouton. Regardless of what you call him, one thing is clear: David is passionate about drawing and photography. A self-taught man who’s environmentally-conscious, he likes to treat his themes with humor. He even told us that his own designs make him laugh. See for yourself!
Sarah Dietz, aka Mademoiselle Kiki, has been drawing for most of her life, with her designs generally focused on nature and wildlife. Less than a year ago, she decided to take her talents to the Spreadshirt marketplace, and she’s already seen a whole lot of success.
Sarah earned one of the top prizes in a recent design contest, and her offerings have proven to be very popular with customers. Due to her rapid rise, we decided to make her September’s Designer of the Month. Below, you can see our full interview with Mademoiselle Kiki, including insight into her inspirations, some useful tips, and her future plans…
Siegfried (aka Mister Tee) has been active on Spreadshirt for nearly a decade. He’s managed to be successful without utilizing social media or a sophisticated advertising strategy. Rather, he’s simply relied on his designs to push sales, and he’s managed to transform his hobby into a career. We recently talked with Siegfried about his design strategy, his decision to forego advertising, and his experience with Spreadshirt… Read more
Philipp Rietz is the designer of the month, and he’s been ever-present for almost a decade. He’s been quite the active contributor under the name of BadBugs for 8 years already while aspiring to become one of Spreadshirt’s most successful designers. Having already featured him in 2013, we’re now about to find out what makes him such a distinguished individual besides his creativity. Read more
Tatiana Gaspar (or, as you may know her, Tati Alecrim) isn’t your typical illustrator or designer. While many artists tend to cram as much color into their designs as possible, Tatiana is content with using a pen. This ultimately makes her illustrations even more unique, and this sentiment isn’t shared by only us; her designs have quickly proven to be an absolute hit on Spreadshirt’s Marketplace. If you’re not already impressed, get this: Tatiana is also a social media savant. She’s uses her various platforms to not only showcase her work, but also make sales via Spreadshirt. We asked her a handful of questions about her experiences, and her answers should be invaluable to artists looking to use Spreadshirt…
Mike Joos is a Spreadshirt veteran who’s been sharing and selling his designs for nearly five years. He makes the most of what the Spreadshirt universe has to offer. In finding a different niche with each of his three Showrooms, he’s a perfect example of how to develop a theme while being aware of his audience. No matter where you’re from or what you do for a living, you can be successful with the right approach.