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I opened last night a free Spreadshirt Store as a part of Fundraising to keep this network running. Now I am asking you artists if you have any ideas how to design a Spreadshirt with a motive for this network?

Actually I am using as a logo the letter OM with capital letters below: OMN . In my opinion it is not significant enough. But better this than nothing. Do you have any ideas. Provision for you can be 1 € for each sold spreadshirt - it is normal on spreadshirt to pay 1 € for each single sold spreadshirt as a contribution fee. What do you think? Any ideas? I have some ideas and will contact some artists in this network.

I have forgotten to mention that I need the income of this shop for this network. Not for my own. I have to pay for some Premium Services by Ning and using an own domain. Normally I can live better my life in 3 D without an own internet connection at home and what's maybe normal for you: For me it is a kind of luxury to pay for the electric power to keep my PC running.

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If you like any of what you see on my website on a shirt, feel free to email me.
Would be a shame to see your PC running out of power ;-) or worse this network going to the ad-dogs.

Love and peace
Thanks Claudia. I will check the conditions for color prints of spreadshirts. Yesterday I got the permission to use exclusively this graphic by Gerd Altmann.
Because nobody has replied yet I looked on other websites and found this motive for a donate graphic. He gave me all © rights so that I am now the owner of the vector graphic of this motive. I will inform you if I found something of your works. I see you understand my kind of humor. If I write: »For me it is a kind of luxury to pay for the electric power to keep my PC running.« then it is an (venomous or kind) allusion that's it is not a part of the state safety net in Germany to use a PC so long as I use it daily. Best, Jens
lieber jens,

wenn du eines meiner bilder, madalas oder was auch immer für deine spreadshirts benutzen möchtest, darfst du das jederzeit gerne tun. vielleicht wäre es auch nicht schlecht, so eine art spendenkonto via z.b. paypal einzurichten und die members zu bitten, etwas für den erhalt von omn zu investieren und jeder der etwas spendet wird dann als sponsor aufgeführt. das fände ich eine gute lösung.


Lieber Wolfman, danke für deine Antwort. Also ... mich begeistert die spreadshirt nicht mehr wirklich - weil die, die daran am meisten verdienen, die anbieter dieser dienstleistung sind. Im Copyshop um die Ecke in Limit Edition selber was zu erstellen, scheint mir sinniger. Mittlerweile denk ich auch einfach nur an ein Logo Design T-shirt - ... ich bin im September im TMV mit der Featured Performance des Monats geehrt worden und hab von denen aus den USA nun ein T-shirt, das du hier sehen kannst - im Moment hab ich diese Idee stillgelegt - auch mangels Antworten der Visual Artists in diesem Netzwerk.

Das Spendenkonto existiert schon über einem Jahr und ich bin dankbar, dass ich tatsächlich Geldeingänge erhalten hatte. Ich hab den Link dazu dezent in den Footer jeder Seite gelegt. Donate steht da neben Guidelines. Die Emailadresse kann auch nur ich anlegen ... die mit dem PayPal Konto verknüpft ist.

Liebe, Licht und Frieden,


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