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Maritime #53 (Venetian), 2008; Oil on Canvas; 84'(H) X 58"(W)
Maritime #51 (Venetian), 2008; Oil on Canvas
Maritime #50 (Venetian), 2008; Oil on Canvas; 84"(H) X 66"(W)
Maritime #49 (Venetian), 2008; Oil on Canvas; 148'(H) X 204"(W)
These paintings are part of John Millei's "Maritime" series. Courtesy of Ace Gallery
Grey Tab, 2006; Oil on Canvas; 8'(H) x 6'(W)
Top Notch, 2006; Oil & Ink on Canvas; 6'(H) x 4'(W)
Fast Line, 2006; Ink on Canvas; 5' 6"(H) x 4'(W)
Sister City, 2006; Oil on Canvas; 8'(H) x 6'(W)
Courtesy of Ace Gallery
Below are some various online stores and open-ended competitions that invite you to submit your t-shirt designs, with the chance of getting them printed and taking home some prizes and cash!
a community-based tee-shirt company, incourages designs to raise awareness and to bring about change.
Design by Humans
An ongoing design contest and community where artists and t-shirt lovers can create, buy and talk about everything related to art and t-shirts.
another community-based tee-shirt company with an ongoing open call for design submissions.
Teetonic is about passion for design. It wants to create the best t-shirts and is always open for submissions.
Submit your artwork for a chance to earn 41% of every sale made.
Make money online by selling your designs on hundreds of retail-quality products! It’s free and easy.
Design, make and sell your t-shirts.
Create your own t-shirt shop for free, and fill it with your very own designs.
Big Cartel is where artists set up shop. It provides clothing designers, bands, jewelry makers, crafters, and other artists with their own customizable store to sell their stuff online.
For any creative person or designer looking to find a great solution to sell t-shirts with their own designs, but with no money, check out www.spreadshirt.com. Since I have a limited budget, I've been shopping around and comparing prices with different options to get my designs printed on t-shirts. I was hoping to be able to offer several different designs, but I didn't want to buy a large volume of t-shirts for each design. Obviously, this didn't leave much options and costs were a lot more than I was prepared to spend. After visiting a few places locally, a friend of mine introduced me to an on-line service called spreadshirt.com. They provide an easy-to-set-up, on-line shop for free including services for printing, packaging and mailing in exchange for sharing the profits for each sold item. There's no need to have inventory upfront, and customers can choose from a variety of t-shirt styles and sizes. The best part about it is that you don't have to put up any initial cost. Below are two of my beloved designs on t-shirts and are now available at my t-shirt shop.
This new Currie Electro-Drive Conversion Kit easily transforms a standard bicycle and converts it into a modern electric powered ride.
I checked out some of these bikes and rode on one of the models from a local dealer, Current Moves, located near downtown San Jose, CA. The owners were very friendly, helpful and answered all the questions I had. I test rode a "Via Rapido" model. It is a hybrid bike where you do have to paddle along with the battery-powered motor. It rides really well and definitely something I would recommend. They also have a rental program where you can rent their bikes for a reasonable fee. You can also check out these bikes and others at the company's website.