This month, we’re happy to celebrate what may well be the most wholesome holiday in North America – National Compliment Day. Okay, maybe it’s not technically a holiday. But even so, it’s an excuse for everyone to be just a bit nicer to one another. And that’s as good a reason as any to observe it.
Where custom shirts are concerned, there’s no shortage of cringe. There are plenty of folks out there who – bless their hearts – have no idea what goes into a good T-shirt design. As a result, custom shirts have gotten a bit of a bad rap.
I’d like to start off today’s piece with an analogy. Let’s say you’ve met a prospective business partner at a trade-show. Everything about them was incredibly well put-together, save for one small detail.
We’ve all been there. You’re trying to come up with a cool new T-shirt design, but the creative juices just won’t flow. Everything you come up with either feels boring or forced. As you continue trying to come up with something, you become increasingly frustrated.
There can be no doubt that for many of us, football really is a matter of life or death. It’s one of America’s national sports for a reason, after all, and there are few things more satisfying than a well-planned Superbowl party. If you’re that kind of fan, why not strut your stuff with a…
You’ve gotta love bad clothing contests. Too often, we base competitions around who’s the prettiest, the most skilled, the most fashionable. Sometimes, it’s nice to just let loose, let our hair down, and celebrate the most awful, visually-offensive outfits we can find.