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Jake Friedman

aka Jake Friedman is a 20.13 year old boy and has been a part of the Threadless community for 5 years, 2 months! he has scored 40095 submissions, giving an average score of 1.26, helping 575 designs get printed.

http://www.threadless.com/?streetteam=Jake+Friedma

Recent Comments

  • dat glass

    So cool.

    posted 1 day, 6 hours ago in 100% VECTOR - Process gif

  • Dudes, it's 2 colours. The light brown is a shade of the dark brown. It doesn't need to be halftoned in the submitted artwork, that can happen during the set-up for printing.

    This is all I needed! Thanks Mike

    posted 2 days, 22 hours ago in THREADWARS 8!!!

  • mike bautista said:

    I'm not a print expert, but I'd say if mine counts then his counts. it might technically use a different color for screenprinting, but ours and some other designs I've seen have used colors at different opacity levels but was counted as one.

    But isn't your design using 2 colors just with halftones? I'm just gonna drop this anyways, since it's not my decision as to whats kosher and what isn't. I don't know, now I'm just confused.

    posted 3 days, 7 hours ago in THREADWARS 8!!!

  • They use a similar process for selecting MADE artists, but its on whichever pillow Whiskers throws up on.

    posted 3 days, 9 hours ago in What sort of score do printed designs get?

  • Since no one seems to be telling you the truth, I'll drop some knowledge in this thread.

    First, every design that scores a 2.5 or higher, is printed on a pillow, that is then placed in The Holy Chamber of Selection. Then they release Whiskers the Threadcat into the The Holy Chamber of Selection. Over the course of the week, which ever pillow he sleeps on over night is then used for next weeks prints. Any pillow he takes a cat nap on will be saved for next week, with a chance of being slept on over night. All other pillows are donated to Pillows for the Poor, a local charity that provides pillows for the poor.

    posted 3 days, 9 hours ago in What sort of score do printed designs get?