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aka Laura is a girl and has been a part of the Threadless community for 7 years, 6 months! she has scored 432 submissions, giving an average score of 2.60, helping 17 designs get printed.

Recent Comments

  • Hey Mr. Rocks - The amount of designs that receive the weekly upfront cash is not going to be very different than the existing model in that we will 1) still have Grand Prize winners for each Design Challenge and 2) weekly/monthly cash-based incentives. The new Royalty system is, yes indeed, based on how well your design sells. Basically we want to give our artist community the use of the Threadless platform to market and sell your designs, without giving up any exclusivity. And we are also very excited to be releasing the Royalty Tracking feature soon, which should alleviate any confusion in regards to how much your design is earning each month, and what you should expect to get paid.

    posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago in New T's & C's Discussion

  • Jayme Art said:

    Will designs selected to print during March, still relieve the 2000?

    Everything will be based on when the new terms officially switch out on the website, when an artist is submitting a design. So it's more based on the submission date, rather than the date that the design may be chosen for print. Rest assured, any notification details that I send you will let you know exactly what the terms will be!

    posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago in New T's & C's Discussion

  • mechanicalrobotpower said:

    Ooh, I have a Question, ..seeing as older prints now fall under the new contract, ..are we receiving 20% on sales after April 1st as well? even the ones we're only getting 3% on currently?

    Please note that the 20% is of profits, and not of sales. And yes, anyone currently earning royalties will switch to the new calculation as of April 1st!

    posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago in New T's & C's Discussion

  • There's a very important part of that announcement I wanted to call out ... Please check out that list of Partners for which designs will need to remain on the old contractual terms (mainly due to Intellectual Property). And as always, you can email me or Jeffrey with any specific questions!

    posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago in New T's & C's Discussion

  • lunchboxbrain said:

    Overall, these changes seem really fair to both artists and Threadless. I dig the fact that artists will be able to view sales much like the systems put in place by Creative Market and Society6.

    Quick Q for Threadless staff: Are Threadless + Gap designs now free to print wherever we please?

    Yes, the designs from the Gap partnership will now be under the new terms. You can print a design elsewhere, but only if the agreement is also non-exclusive. Jeffrey and I might be saying that a lot ;)

    posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago in New T's & C's Discussion