Having band or artist merchandise is a great way to spread the word about your music. I go to a lot of gigs around Brighton and London and will often buy a t-shirt after a great concert. Purchasing a band’s merchandise allows me to show support for the artists I love, while also helping to spread the word about a particular band or group I’ve seen. (and I can wear something rather spiffy!)
If someone buys one of your shirts, they are definitely going to give you a great review, so it’s one of the best forms of advertising you can do. It’s also a way to make some extra money. The designs have to be captivating though otherwise no one will buy or wear your shirts.
You could also consider getting some badges, lighters, stickers or any other useful items that your fans can keep and use, to remind themselves and others of you.
It’s advertising that could last a lifetime!
Merchandise incorporates any product that carries your logo, website or company slogan. It’s especially useful for products that are kept and used frequently. Some examples are: pens, t-shirts, lighters, carry bags and much more. Be creative; almost anything can be used!
Merchandising works across all sectors of business – captivating design is essential to a successful campaign.
Clothing design is an essential aspect of merchandising, and it can be an entity in its own right.
Having your company brand or logo on clothing can help advertise your business. People will notice it and remember the name in the future. It’s also great for selling clothing to promote yourself or even for the sheer enjoyment of having a bespoke piece of clothing with an alluring design.
They get something they like while sharing your brand everywhere they take it.
It’s design with legs!