NIWL Live Chat This Sunday

Our buddies over at Never In Wonderland (NIWL) will be holding a live video chat on ustream this Sunday at 6:00 pm Pacific time (9:00 pm Eastern). They’ll be taking questions your questions live, but you can also email them questions ahead of time. They’ll be having a free contest and giveaways so be sure to check it out – it sounds like fun! 

If you would like to know more about NIWL then check out Indie Tee Spotlight #6, I got to interview NIWL founder Daren Girdner. 

NIWL Live Chat

“…We will be broadcasting a live video chat so you guys can ask us any questions you want. We will be answering them all to the best of our ability. We really hope everyone who likes NIWL will join. It should be really fun and should last around an hour or two. It starts at 6:00PM Pacific time and 9:00 Eastern time. We are currently accepting questions so we can prepare ahead of time. So if you have any email them to us at For the people that do come we will be making it interesting and will be having free contest, giveaways, maybe you might see sketches for new designs. Who knows…… So make sure you stop by it will mean a lot to us. See you next Sunday. Spread the word.” -Daren Girdner


  1. says

    I just read the interview with NIWL and I like how down to earth Daren is. The tees are young, hip, and creative… I also really like his photos, is he the one that takes them? If so, he has some good talent to pursue more photography avenues. It’s awesome to see their stuff, thanks for introducing them and we’ll definitely check out the live chat this Sunday.

    Keep up the good work and the cool topics on your blog… :)

  2. says

    Glad you enjoyed the interview, ShirtFight! Did you have a chance to check out their new designs? I much prefer his new line than his older stuff.

    And thanks for the compliment! I try my best to bring a mix of fresh news and original content to this blog!

  3. says

    Yeah, definitely digging the his new stuff. Sounds like he’s got a crew now to collaborate on designs, so we’ll probably see even better and more variations in the future. I’m a big fan of getting as many creative minds together to see what they come up with…10 people working on a line is bound to result in more amazing work than just 1 head :)