02.10.08 by Jeff

Desired Hearts

Another site in the vein of Threadless and DesignbyHumans has entered the arena. Desired Hearts. How are they any different? “With every shirt you order we’ll give at least $2 to the charity of your choice. Why? Because its the right thing to do.”

I like seeing this sort of thing, and would love to see them succeed. The site is brand spankin’ new (still beta in fact) so that’s a heads up for all you designers – Get over there before every other kid with their finger on the halftone filter does.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Thanks for the heads up! I’ma have to look into this!

  • Thanks for the love! We’re adding new features right now as well as major bug fixes.

    Keep up the bangin’ work Jeff!

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  • That first pic is crazy, is that paint splashing in the air?

  • haha .. it’s actually milk that we turned gold in post-production. Check out the YouTube flick for more: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqGJEB0FQZw

  • damn, that guy is about to get owned by that golden milk haha. the shirts look rad, def gonna check them out!





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