Tagged: t shirts

Books on Clothing: Litographs Launches Kickstarter Initiative For New Scarves & T-shirts

Last week, Litographs hit crowdfunding giant Kickstarter to raise funds for its scarves and t-shirt collections. The company offers up clothing and accessories that are created entirely from the text of books. While sharing details about its products, Lithographs revealed that it was started in… Read More

Hugh & Crye Surpasses $30,000 Crowdfunding Goal During First Week on Kickstarter

Last week, Washington, D.C. – based clothing company, Hugh & Crye, launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise $30,000 for its new fashion apparel, the fitted t-shirt. Within six days, the project has reached nearly $37,000 from 675 backers. The fabric has attracted a lot of… Read More

CustomInk Launches Booster, A Crowdfunding Service For T-Shirts

In the world of custom t-shirts, CustomInk is a big player. Launched in 2000, the company has over 600 employees at their three locations (two in Virginia, one in Nevada) and has amassed over $140 million in revenues. You may have seen their commercials on… Read More

Fully Funded: Luxury Clothing For Special Needs Individuals

A Kickstarter campaign launched by Richard Nachum Kligman seeks funding for a luxury line of clothing catering to those with special needs, and the campaign was just recently fully funded. The brand is called Mianzi. Kligman’s son Moishy was the inspiration for Mianzi, which means “a face… Read More

NPR / American Life Crowdfund Over $590,000 on Kickstarter for Planet Money

Planet Money, a joint project of NPR and This American Life, has trail-blazed a new path for NPR.  They have crowdfunded themselves on Kickstarter.  The initial campaign commenced on April 30th and ended on May 15th.  The goal was an admirable $50,000 target.  The finally… Read More

Bonfire Funds Crowdfunding startup tries on a new size

Things are heating up for a one-year-old Richmond fundraising firm. Bonfire Funds, a crowd-funding company that helps organizations raise money by selling T-shirts, this month moved into a new Innsbrook office and closed on a round of capital. Founder Brian Marks said the 750-square-foot space… Read More

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