CafePress Gets Gothic! Introducing New Products
CafePress is proud to announce it’s newest collection of products, CafePress Gets Gothic! We’ve taken many of the favorite things from our site and have turned them into products you can wear, share and use in your home.
The buttons below are just a sample of the over 150 new products available. You can see all the items on our CafePress Gets Gothic page.
The new CafePress Gets Gothic line is a celebration of the medieval gothic period with a focus on an art style that flourished between 1200 and 1500 AD. Gothic architecture and art are characterized by pointed arches, ribbed vaults, flying buttresses and stained glass windows with beautiful religious images. In addition to architecture and art, the medieval period was also known for its writing, poetry, music, philosophy and science.
These new products incorporate artwork from artists such as Albrecht Durer, Leonardo Da Vinci, William Blake and Hieronymus Bosch along with architecture from cathedrals like Westminster Abbey in England as well as Notre Dame in Paris.
Introducing new products is a critical aspect of any business. Successfully introducing new products can be a way to expand the business and increase its success. One way to introduce new products is to go through the marketing process, but that can be very expensive, especially if it’s not successful. Another way to introduce new products is through an affiliate program.
Trying to save money on the initial cost of introducing new products is important because it keeps overhead costs low and allows you to find out quickly how well an item will sell before buying as much inventory as you would with an official introduction. For example, if your company were trying to decide how many t-shirts to order for an upcoming concert, then having an affiliate program could help you find out how well it would sell prior to purchasing a large amount of inventory.
An affiliate program gives other companies a chance to sell your product and receive a commission on the sale. This means that affiliates will promote your product for you in exchange for a commission on every sale they make. Because this provides another outlet for sales, your company will have less risk in introducing new products.
If you are interested in learning more about starting your own affiliate program or want to start selling gothic art at CafePress, click here!
CafePress.com, the world’s leading provider of on demand products for businesses and individuals, is proud to announce our newest product line- gothic art.
Our new line of products features dark and unique designs from some of the most talented artists around the globe. These macabre designs are perfect for any gothic aficionado or gothic themed business.
The CafePress gothic art collection includes a wide variety of items including t-shirts, bags, stickers, mugs, banners – you name it! You can now customize a wide array of products with these striking images including the ever popular skull girl or skeleton boy.
This is just one of our many collections featured on CafePress. The collection was created as a result of our partnership with independent artists around the world who design unique artwork that appeals to our customers’ needs. Our goal at CafePress is to connect people through their passions and our partnerships with artists helps us achieve this goal.”
“I have been working on a new project for the past year or so to help generate new products for CafePress.com. It’s called Gothic Art,” says Richard Rosenfeld, the man behind the project. “It all started when I was in high school and I was looking through an art history book that contained a chapter on Gothic art. After looking through the pictures, I thought, ‘Wow, these are really cool.’ At the time I was into skateboarding and punk music and I liked how gothic art incorporated elements of both.”
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“The goal of CaféPress is to make it easy for anyone to design, create, and sell custom clothing and other products online at affordable prices. We offer thousands of original designs for you to customize and make your own.”
CaféPress is the leading source for unique gifts and merchandise. We work with independent artists to bring their work to a wider audience. The best part? You can design and create your own T-shirt or other item!
With so many cool options, how do you know what’s right for you? Well, that’s easy – just start exploring! It doesn’t matter if you’re a professional artist or just starting out – here at CafePress, we’re all about letting people express themselves! You’ll find loads of unique artwork in our marketplace, or maybe you want to get creative with our easy-to-use tools?
You’ll love our NEW designs! You’ll be the talk of the town with these awesome new gothic designs. We’ve got t-shirts, hats, mugs and more.
So what are you waiting for? Click here to see all of our NEW products: http://www.cafepress.com/newgothic
I’ve been a fan of CafePress.com for a while now. It’s an amazing site that allows people to buy cool art and t-shirts, mugs, etc. with all sorts of graphics on them. The catch is that they only allow you to upload graphic files that they already have available, so you can’t just upload some image you have on your computer and make it available as a print or whatever. But that hasn’t stopped me from creating some funny images and making them available for sale that way! I’ve had shirts with my “Math is Hard” design for almost two years now, and the site just gets more and more fun!
Since the website started out using Gothic fonts, I figured I’d create some humorous designs based on the typefaces I was familiar with from books like Dracula and other famous novels. I started with an image of Dracula himself and created a couple of different shirts based on the typefaces from that book: one in a gothic font similar to what Dracula’s name would look like if he were signed in his own blood (I got the idea for this shirt from this post), and one in a different gothic font similar to what it would look like if he were signing a will or something else legal