Your Favorite T-Shirt and Why

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Your Favorite T-Shirt

José IbarraJosé takes pride in printing your posters and fine art prints. If he’s not in the shop you can find José at a photo session, drawing and designing at home, or spending time with his loved ones. https://instagram.com/joseibarrarizo/

5 Simple Methods to Promote Your Brand from God Is Dope

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GOD IS DOPE

God Is Dope’s Sharod Simpson discusses how promoting a brand is about more than t-shirts. Atlanta is a very fickle place. There, I said it. But if you’ve lived here longer than 2 years, you would know this statement hovers right above the truth. In a land where everyone is a producer, executive, entrepreneur, poet, rapper, or creative, the sheer amount of shameless self-promotion can either be dizzying, if you’re new to Atlanta, or a new form of radio silence, if you’re a … Read More

10 Things to Remember When Starting a Clothing Line

Ed JewellFashion, Marketing, T-Shirts1 Comment

1. What’s your story? When you’re making a “for sale” t-shirt, understand that you’re getting into a saturated marketplace. Your t-shirt needs to stand out. Sure, your design is compelling, your shirt top quality, and the printing is perfect, but what really is going to set it apart from all the other stuff out there? Why should they care? You should have a great answer to this question before investing. Your clothing line should tell a story. Maybe it’s your story or … Read More

Warm Analogue

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Analogue Engine jacket

We know it’s been colder than you thought it would be this year. Lucky for you we’ve got a few Analogue Engine jackets left. Danger Staff

Correct

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Ceci n'est pas une pipe

Clothing line inspired by Magritte, Treachery of Images, 1929. I was in 7th grade English class, first day, when the professor held up this picture. He asked the class what it was.  Everyone answered “a pipe.”  He would reply flatly “No” to student after student.  When he asked me, I said, “It’s a picture of a pipe.” He exclaimed, “Exactly.”  The world at large is about perception; that is the inspiration for Correct. Danger Staff

Looking

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Sculpture

A couple of weeks ago I found a decent sculpture in Castleberry Hill. No, I’m not joking, look at that thing. “Looking into the past” by Roberto Santo It’s on exhibit in the Besharat gallery parking lot. Tucked back in the corner of Mangum square. Just look for the lion with the long tongue. J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black … Read More

Charlie’s Trading Post

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Tuf-Nut clothing tag

Next time you go to the state Pen, stop by Charlie’s Trading Post across the street. They have $5 work shirts, boots, old jeans like your mom bought for you when you were 6, and fishing tackle your grandfather would be excited about. I was looking over their selection of Jordaches and lures when one of the sales ladies approached me and asked about my hat. I told her it was called a Boonie hat, which she mis-heard as Booty … Read More

Lola Moves On Over

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Move on over or we'll move on over you

If you dig on white shirts, these guys probably have your number. If they don’t, then maybe it’s time to get a new one. lolanewyork.com Click the kitty to hear the song  >> J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. http://jgilman.com