Every major project that I've worked on had a batch of t-shirts at some point, and Whitesoap was no exception. — However, this was kind of a short-lived project, and even though I promised t-shirts to the staff and others involved… they were all misprints!
For some reason, we just couldn't get the silkscreens right. — Edges would bleed-through, or there would be gaps in the print between colors, or there'd be a floating edge between the layers, etc.
In the end, I ended up just scrapping the idea and received an additional batch of Mobile17 shirts from the printer instead to give away to friends and family and whoever else I could at the time.
… But, I still had the first batch of misprinted shirts! I left them in a bag for a long time, but stumbled upon them the other day while reorganizing a closet.
While we were never able to use these shirts to help market the service, it was still good clothing that someone could use, so I passed them on today through a clothing donation box. — See you, Whitesoap t-shirts! 👋🏻
My apologies to the former Whitesoap crew for never being able to get these to you guys. 🙇🏼️