Tuesday, January 06, 2009

what's happening!?!

My little sister Lynnae redesigned the "blog" for her high school commercial art class. I'm pretty happy with it, so I hope you guys like the new look too. The navigation is the same, so don't worry. Same old blog, fresh new look!

I'm also working with her and some other friends about getting some Tshirts made. I'd have used cafepress but I don't like how much it costs and the limited color and style options. I'm hoping for a few colorful American Apparel options when it's all said and done. My major hang-up is my reticence to handle stock and shipping myself. Keep an eye out for awesomeness!

18 comments:

john said...

Nicely done, Lynnae!

Martha said...

I dig it!

ToniMarie said...

Try zazzle.com rather than cafepress.

Anna said...

Nice and simple. Very nice. Anna :)

k-bro said...

Love the new look. It's a keeper.

myJon said...

I "love" it! So "stylish" and "modern"!

Lisa said...

I like it - really nice and modern. Very simplistic style - which I love!

Teri said...

nice!

ajw_93 said...

Or you could try spreadshirt.com

The "blog" looks nice! But, uh, high school commercial design class? Sheesh. The kids these days!

bethany said...

it's an art elective. she's kind of obnoxiously good at it though.

Cassykins said...

I like the new look and I'll second Zazzle if you're looking for a lot of options. In fact sometimes I think they have far too many options.

Becky Mochaface said...

It lookss great!

joshli88 said...

"love" the new "look"!

Jodie said...

use bigcartel.com maybe?

FlagFreak said...

*sniff* I hope I'm not being rude, but I don't like it. It's a bit distracting.

But I'll get used to it if it's going to stay this way. Still a great blog!

Sorry, Lynnae.

Emily said...

http://www.mysoti.com/ is good for apparel too. You can even submit SVG files for T-shirt designs.

Justin said...

you mean: Keep an eye out for "awesomeness"!

fletchy said...

Spreadshirt spreadshirt.com is the best online apparel store in my opinion. Superior quality to both Zazzle and Cafepress.