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This story that I'm posting was written by 'Jeff Finley of Go Media' on what some people are doing with our 'Vector Packs'. I thought that I would repost it here on my blog too in case you missed it because it deals with the 'Arsenals Vectors' and how they are being used by people, and in some cases not very well.
This post was written by:
Jeff Finley - who has written 163 posts on GoMediaZine.
I'm an artist and designer for Go Media Inc. I have a passion for art, design, and the internet. Check out my personal portfolio. I also play drums.
Go Media Vectors Found on Tees at TargetSat, Sep 6, 2008
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I mentioned in my post about the usage of stock art that I found some poorly designed tees at Target that abused the Go Media Vector Packs. Joe had asked what tees I was talking about so I am posting them here. Some of the designs are kinda neat, and others are pretty hideous. Some of these is a true example of slapping random vectors all over the place with no rhyme or reason, simply because it “looks” trendy. My question is, why isn’t Target hiring Go Media to make them some cool tees that are 100% custom? Do they not care about originality? You be the judge:
Here are some that I bought at the store and took some close ups.
I’m not even sure if you can still buy these tees. It seems they’re at the store for a week or two and gone. I also just recently saw our vectors at Macy’s on a vest - a pile of skulls on a vest that will be worn under a nice jacket. Haha, pretty funny, but still it’s always fun to see our vectors in retail stores. But most of the time, they’re used so poorly that I firmly place my face in my palm. There are other brands out there that utilize Go Media’s Arsenal products, and some are doing a good job. I would never tell someone they can’t use our products (legally of course). But I can’t help but shake my head at some of the poor use from what I would consider “big name” companies.
Target, if you’re listening, we’re just a phone call away. Just hire us for the job. We’ll make sure you get stuff that just doesn’t “look like it’s trendy” but actually sets the trends. If you’re bold enough to do it, give us a ring.