Thursday, July 18, 2013

I’m currently in the middle of trying to finish up all of my summer projects. Two of them are done, but I still have one more to proofread and add to. Most nights I go to sleep thinking about one of these activities that I’m doing for fun.
To make things a little more hectic, I decided to make some t-shirts for my fake band. It was fun, a lot of fun. I spent my Friday with Michael, who’s all over the screen-printing game. He has everything he needs in his one bedroom apartment. Ryan was there working the radio while we worked through about twenty cheap and irregular shirts. Everything came out great, and I’ve just started to mail these out. Well, I’m only mailing a few of them, the rest will be hand delivered since postage is insane. Today I sent out the first round of mail-art zines and spent way too much on these Just to send the zine out of the country is cost me three dollars, so each one is coming at about five dollars to send internationally and about three to send domestically. Thankfully I’ve started to see some dollars from some kind kids out there. Here’s the shirts.

2 comments:

PamelaArtsinSF said...

YIKES that is a whole lot of postage -- I think everyone should chip in for the zine postage -- I will send you mine. Those tees look great - rock on...or something like that...

zzzzzzzz said...

Well, I'm not mailing most of the shirts, just handing them out to friends and what not. Sending a few but only a few. Thanks you so much for the contribution...people have been very kind!

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