Limited Run, Collectible Surf Art T-Shirts by Drew Brophy

Limited Run, Collectible Surf Art T-Shirts by Drew Brophy

GONE SURFING Limited Run Tee

GONE SURFING Limited Run BIG WAVE COLLECTION

Over the years, we have gotten many, many requests for Drew’s art on t-shirts.  And quite honestly, I had been putting it off for a long time, even though Drew wanted to do it.

I held back because it used to be that you had to print large quantities, which was a big investment, for a top quality tee.

But now, the printing processes are so advanced!  We now are able to print on QUALITY t-shirt blanks, in smaller quantities, so we can offer many designs.

WHY COLLECTIBLE?  A lot of Drew’s fans want collectible items, where they are one of a few people who own it.  So, we decided to create designs that are only available for 8 weeks at a time; this way, the tees would be collectible.  

The t-shirt blanks we use are super-soft, made of 100% cotton and fitted so they look really good on you.   Everyone loves them!

Dreamland Drew Brophy T Shirt

Dreamland T shirt available in 4-pack

Our first collection, THE SURFING COLLECTION, was available ONLY UNTIL SEPT.13th, but don’t despair – you can still get them in a 4-pack.  http://store.drewbrophy.com/t-shirts/.

In our first 3 days of getting the word out about these collectible tees, we sold over 30 t-shirts!  (That’s a lot for a small company like ours.)

The newest, BIG WAVE COLLECTION, will be available through November 15.

You can order your collectible t-shirts now at http://store.drewbrophy.com/t-shirts/.   (And thank you if you do – we appreciate your support of our business!)

What’s your opinion of us limiting the print runs and time available?  Do you think it will make Drew’s collectors happy to know that only a small number of people will have these t-shirts?

Let us know what you think in the comments, please!  We would love to hear your feedback.

Thanks,

Maria

 

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  • Thomas Lane
    Posted at 20:07h, 28 January

    I personally HATE anything “limited edition” or “collectible” because it’s usually just an excuse to charge higher prices for mundane items (like t-shirts) through faux-scarcity.

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