BRAND SPOTLIGHT: Rich Kids Brand

Next up in our BRAND SPOTLIGHT: Series is Rick Kids Brand.  Back when we first started up ThisThat, a homie of mine was also getting the word out about his new clothing line, Rich Kids.  Naturally, we started working together and haven't looked back since.  With a wide range of graphics, multiple seasonal drops and being from the great 206, I'm sure you've heard about them already.  If not, check their website out here and keep up with promotions, giveaways and discounts they offer on their Instagram and Facebook pages. Here is a teaser pic they just released from their Summer Drop that we recently wrapped up for them.  We can tell you first hand its dope, so keep checking their site for release dates. photo.PNG    

“Heading Home”

Thisthat loves the kids! Before construction starts tomorrow at the new Arbor Heights location of Westside School, its students traveled to the site at 10400 34th SW – formerly Hillcrest Presbyterian Church – on Tuesday afternoon to tour and celebrate. It was a field trip for a special groundbreaking ceremony, and yet it was also “heading home,” the theme for the year ahead, according to Westside’s head of school Kate Mulligan, who notes it was also the inscription on commemorative T-shirts.  Thisthat was happy to be involved in this project as we take great pride in being part of the community. Source: WSB     20140429-DSCF4574-e1398899896583 newws1-e1398893546748    

BRAND SPOTLIGHT: 51LI

We know it's been a while since we last posted, but thats all about to change!  We're bringing the BRAND SPOTLIGHT: series back and no better way to start than with 51LI (www.fiftyoneli.com).  Representing Long Island, NY - 51LI came all the way across the country to ThisThat for their Summer 2014 drop.  With a mix of tees and tanks, photo prints and spot color designs, you're sure to find something that fits your Summer style.  Check out a couple pics below of the designs we printed and head over to their site, as it looks like they have some dope hats and more styles available for purchase!719580d4cca611e3bc1b0002c954b60c_8 1168853_1422716277989242_1897059028_n 10296970_1447047675535767_604386345_n

All City Paint x EWOKONE “Brainlington” Wood Panels

ALL CITY PAINT SUPPLY is located in the Wallingford neighborhood in Seattle, WA. All City Paint Supply has a deeply rooted connection with the local, national and international graffiti art community. They are also a leading supplier of graffit art supplies.

For their grand opening, All City Paint contracted and flew in world-renowned artist EWOKONE from New York to have him grace our city with a 60ft mural of "Brainlington" on a side of a building. To celebrate their opening, they had us screen print 40 wood panels with a scaled down version of Brainlington to be sold at their store. All 40 pieces came out flawlessly, and were each hand-signed and numbered by EWOKONE himself.

40 wood panels. Silk screened by hand in a few hours. Another happy customer for ThisThat. Video after the jump!






Color Variety Pack For Jirafe

VIKING LABORATORY is a design and branding firm based out of New York. They needed a big favor, and ThisThat was here to deliver.

JIRAFE - an online service that helps online merchants make the most out of their eCommerce experience, needed hundreds of shirts done for their company and its employees. One special request from the owner/CEO of the company was to get one in every color for his personal wardrobe. ThisThat printed the Jirafe logo on every color available through the t-shirt manufacturer. Printed and shipped within an hour!



Coe Jog-A-Thon Shirts

Towards the end of the school year, ThisThat wrapped up 500+ shirts for Coe Elementary's annual Jog-A-Thon Fundraiser. Coe Elementary wanted something that was wearable and fashionable for their staff and kids. However, they were on a limited budget. ThisThat made a charitable contribution towards the cost of the shirts in order for them to get what they wanted, and on time for their kids and their event.



ThisThat donates to Make-A-Wish Foundation

The Northwest chapter of Make-A-Wish Foundation came to ThisThat last week with a rush job for a very special boy.

Diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy when he was just a baby, Colby is unable to walk, is losing function in his hands and has trouble eating. He's already overcome great odds and now, thanks to Make-A-Wish, he was living out his dream of being a stealth special agent.

The request was to print hoodies and t-shirts for volunteers to let Colby know who was an agent and who was a villain. We printed 8 hoodies, and more than 50 red tees and purple shirts, which can be seen worn by everyone in the video below.

We at ThisThat felt honored that Make-A-Wish would trust us with their job. We felt just as honored to help Colby fulfil his wish. Go get 'em Colby!!!



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