Today we’d like to introduce you to a designer who’s at home both on Spreadshirt’s Marketplace and with children’s book illustrations. Over the past three years, this young lady from Cologne, Germany, has endeared a huge following with her animal designs. In this interview, she tells us the secrets about how she cast a feral spell on Spreadshirt’s Marketplace.
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.
Hey Donnie, what gets you out of bed in the morning? To be honest, getting out of bed never stops being a pain. But working as a graphic designer in Toulouse and creating designs for … Read more
Al Mudgett aka ‘Mudge‘ is a family man, designer and a combination of many talents as we will find out in this interview. Read on to find out what tools a disc-golf playing ale lover … Read more
In this month’s instalment of In the Studio with… we have a chit chat with Shop Owner and Marketplace Designer schoenmacher. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then surely words must be worth … Read more
Hanami, thank you for taking the time for this interview! Your moniker Hanami (the name of the Japanese cherry-blossom festival) plays on your penchant for Japanese traditions and art. What significance do Japan and its … Read more
Vanessa Uher aka Kunstvibe talks us through this issue of Spreadshirt’s ‘In the studio with…’, filling us in on how she became a painter and designer while travelling world without losing her human touch. Hello … Read more
Halloween is his favourite time of year. Freakish creatures are the main source of his inspiration, all mixed up with the saucy rock, tropical beaches and armed elephants. Enter the fantastic world of Don Ramos … Read more