Threaded Canvas August 2014 Review
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Threaded Canvas sent me this box to review. Threaded Canvas was started by a group of art lovers from Indiana, who wanted to spread the love of art around the world. For $23.00 a month (plus shipping), Threaded Canvas sends three custom art shirts, an art print and three art collectibles. The t-shirts are printed using a special hybrid screen printing technique, which leaves the shirts soft, but the art still stands out with vibrant colors. The shirts also come in a variety of sizes and fit for women, men and children. If you prefer sleeveless or v neck shirts, you can upgrade for those.
Cost: $23.00/month, $59.00 for 3 months, $216.00 for 12 months.
Shipping: $7.00/month. Threaded Canvas ships world wide! Shipping costs vary with what country you live in.
What’s in the box? Each month we include three art tees, one art print, and three small art collectibles. We scour the internet in search of the most elite artists from all over the world. Each artist is unique in their abilities but they all share one unique trait: they create phenomenal works of art.
When does the box ship? Boxes ship out around the middle of the month and take between 2 and 4 days to arrive domestically.
Threaded Canvas shipped in a white box. The lid had a decorative print. The box shipped by USPS.
Threaded Canvas included a two sided card that told you about the items in the box.
All the shirts were listed on the card. It would have been helpful to have the color of the shirt listed, just to make it easier to identify each shirt. There are several size and fits to choose from, I chose the I chose the regular fit t-shirts.
Florent Bodart aka Speakerine: “Burning Circles” Tee (Retail value $25.00) I love black and this shirt has a pretty pattern. It reminds me of the pictures I made as a child. You would color various areas of a piece of paper, then color over with black and scratch in a design. I did like the quality of the shirt as well. The shirt was soft and the fit was true to size.
Hector Mansilla Gonzales aka Againstbound: “Lotus” Tee (Retail Value $25.00) Another pretty shirt. I don’t know the meaning behind this shirt, but I will wear it.
Reze aka Rejagulu: “Water Colorink” Tee: I am not exactly sure the color of the shirt. It seems like a light grey color. The design has a mix of pink, blue and black colors.
Christopher Wilke aka Wiklke: Horse Art Print (Retail value $25.00) I didn’t get the horse in the title, until after filming my unboxing video. This what appears to be men in radiation suits playing horse. Very interesting and my husband is taking this to work.
Postcard: “Dive” by Vlad Isac $3.00: This is a really pretty postcard of a woman looking at the sky and space maybe? It’s pretty regardless. This is going on my desk.
Bookmark Design: Sarah Marie Hawkins $3.00 This is a girl in front of a cherry blossom tree (I think that is the tree). I can always use another bookmark.
Every month, Threaded Canvas sends a new button. This month’s button is titled “Lost” by Florin. This is an interesting button with a diver on it, with the word lost.
Final Thought: This was a great box. I am really impressed that you get three t-shirts for $20.00, much less get all these other goodies. My one suggestion would be to put the color of the t-shirt with the name, for easier identification. The t-shirts are really nice quality. They washed well, are soft, and fit true to size. If you appreciate art, love t-shirts or even just curious about this box, check out Threaded Canvas HERE.
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Disclosure: I received this box free for review.