Big Bad City look to Kickstarter to fund their next line

by Andy on April 21, 2013

My usual style is pretty safe, I don’t wear stuff that’s particularly edgy, but I can recognise when an artist has a lot of talent, and Christopher Lovell certainly has that. My feelings towards t-shirt brands using Kickstarter as a mean of launching a brand are mixed, but Big Bad City are already an established entity with a solid catalogue of designs already so I’m totally onboard with them using the service as a way to kick their brand into gear and push on with an expanded Summer range. The pricing levels look pretty good to me too with a large array of options covering all the bases.

At the time of writing they’re getting towards halfway in terms of pledges with another £1000 needed by May 24th, I’d like to think that they’d be able to make it considering the there’s much worse stuff asking for a lot more money (and getting it) on Kickstarter.

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