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As well as pitching to Occupational Therapist Flowers Shirt Boutiques exhibiting at galleries and displaying at markets, Alex has worked with a variety of clients on a range of projects. These include Hallmark+M&S cards, Tote bags for Talented, books for The Poetry Society and the Folkestone triennial, as well as Illustrated area maps and posters for Totally Thames displayed on the London Underground and National Rail stations. Get Better places a great importance on being eco-friendly, which is why all the screen printing uses water based inks, and the packaging is 100% recyclable card. Continental Clothing have been carefully chosen as suppliers because they produce organic products. This makes it more expensive to produce, but creates a higher quality product. is on a mission to promote independent artists and their artworks. What better way to do it than by giving them a platform to submit their artworks to be printed and sold worldwide? Each designer will be able to earn 20% commission from the sales of their designs.
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Just like Threadless Occupational Therapist Flowers Shirt Society6 and Designs by Human, Arttee Apparels provides independent Artists a platform to showcase their talents. As this concept is new in Malaysia and South East Asia, it will be appealing for Artists in Malaysia and neighboring countries to take advantage of. The main goal is to share the artworks with the world by providing it on something wearable – Hence the name Arttee Apparels; derived from the concept of “Art on a tee”.Only barely a month old, Arttee Apparels has already received an amazing number of artworks submitted by talented artists worldwide with 12,000 supporters strong on their Facebook page. Currently, Arttee Apparels is in the midst of collaborating with more designers from the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia. They are also looking at expending their line to products other than just. Now in its fourth year, Get Better has a new collection, number four. The range features hand printed and sewn clothing, as well as art prints and stationery. These are all inspired by nature, animals and maps- using faux naïve and fun illustrative styles. Check out their new collection on their website.