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MySoti Launches… no, really

by Andy on October 9, 2008


It’s been a pretty long time coming, but the team behind Bountee have finally launched the latest iteration of their t-shirt/poster/canvas/loads more stuff in the future… platform and it is mighty impressive. It’s their first day, so the servers are getting hammered at the moment which is slowing up load times a bit, but there’s still a lot of good stuff going on at the site, as the tee deisgns above show pretty clearly.

Oh, and for those of you that are wondering, MySoti stands for “My Stuff On The Internet,” clever, right?

MySoti

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Bountee: New site preview and coupon codes

by Andy on April 11, 2008

Bountee/MySoti Preview

Remember when I got a mysterious e-mail that “definitely wasn’t from Bountee” which leaked some of their redesign? Well, I have an update on the situation… a screengrab of Bountee’s new site.

Two words: pretty, sexy.

More words: If you click on the thumbnail below and take a look at the entire screengrab rather than my teasing crop you’ll notice that along the top of the image is the word ‘MySoti‘, which stands for My Stuff On The Internet, which is a web 2.0 name if I’ve ever heard one!

From what I can tell MySoti seems to be the next evolution of Bountee, they describe it as “a place for you to create, share and sell your original artwork on the Internet”, or Bounteex1000=MySoti. If you go to mysoti.com right now you can add your e-mail to sign up for the beta. Along the top of the image it also says, ‘bibyu‘ and ‘byoodoo‘, both those domains link back to MySoti, so I don’t know what to make of that, perhaps they’re also acronym’s for new services, or maybe the Bountee crew were just having a bit of fun.

They’ve also got some coupon codes on the go to apologise for some downtime that occurred this week, one for 20% which will be active until April 20th, 80UNTEE, and one for 50% off which will remain alive for 27 hours and 44 minutes after this post goes live (so 12:44 GMT on April 12th) which is BOUN733. Enter either code into the ‘Gift Code’ box during the checkout to receive the discount.

Bountee/MySoti Preview Screengrab


Bountee

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Bountee: Cryptic marketing?

by Andy on February 15, 2008

bountee project bundle leaked image

Hmmmm… I smell a mystery!

I go sent the above picture sent to me a couple of days ago, from someone that said they definitely weren’t Steve Hunt, the guy in charge of Bountee, and that the above picture definitely wasn’t something to do with this blog post about the tee producers future. It looks as if they’re going to be producing a more robust and fully-featured platform, which can only be a good thing, and presumably this latest version of their site is going under the codename ‘Bundle’, so I guess that means there’s going to be a lot of stuff on the site. Jay from Funky Duds seems to have been sent a different picture, so we might see more of these popping up across the tee-blogging community over the next few days.

And what’s the deal with it saying ‘Anal now!’ on the lower left? Now that is a mystery!

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Thom Yorke: Sad Clown by pow3rslave @ Bountee

by Andy on February 4, 2008

thom yorke is a sad clown @ bountee

I’m not really a Radiohead fan, I’ve got nothing against them like a lot of people do (I can’t see this whole ‘ooooh, I don’t want to listen to radiohead ‘cos I don’t want to slit my wrists’ nonsense), I’ve just never had that much of a draw towards their music, free or otherwise. I do however, think that this tee is pretty funny, even is most of the time when I see interviews with Thom Yorke he appears to be in a pretty happy mood. I love the description of this tee too:

thom yorke has a funny eye, and 22% of the letters in his name are redundant.

Very true, very true.

Costiness=$21.59 Link

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CMYK by KartGart @ Bountee

by Andy on January 29, 2008

cmyktee.jpg

I guess that for most people in the street this will just look like a cool, colourful tee, which is great, but what you’re really after is the nods of recognition from people that notice that the colours being used are cyan, magenta, yellow and black (why isn’t it CMYB?), the colours used in printing, which I guess is the second little joke since obviously this tee is printed using those colours.I wonder if this tee is actually quite hard to print for Bountee, since with mosr designs if you’re a bit off its not too important since people are usually looking at the design, whereas with this an accurate colour palette is crucial to completing the effect.

Costiness=$20.39 Link

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