“I’m constantly looking at the world as a series of shapes – the world is made up of circles, squares and triangles, the beauty is in how you fit them together.”
“When you start making band merch, you should have a clear plan on what you want to achieve and how you are going to do it.”
I don’t think it’s necessarily about keeping up with the changes, more always being open to new ideas, listening to your fans and being creative with what you put out.
The gap between the high street market and the merchandise market may begin to close as people are getting the exact same (or better) quality goods from their favourite band as they get from big name online or high street retailers.
“…focusing on quality over quantity is super important when it comes to merch designs/printing. It’s better to build your range up over time with solid designs you feel sell your brand/product well and will last…”
Flash Morgan Webster, the high-flyer, the MODfather, talks about the UK wrestling industry and tips and tricks on how to incorporate merch into your wrestling career.
We caught up with Harky, owner of StayClose Clothing, on how he started out, the impact and influence of social media on clothing labels as well as some helpful tips for future and beginner clothing label owners. He is such a sincere and honest person and we cannot be more honored to print for a clothing line like his!