Tee-Riffic Photos (Part I)

I’ve been a Threadless member for a couple of years now, having bought my first tee in 2005 – Mona Prankster by Herman Lee. Nearly 4 years later and I have myself tons of Threadless tees and surprisingly I’ve never submitted photos for Threadless Street Team points! 

Well, I’ve decided that I’ve waited for too long and so I’ve uploaded my first bunch of Threadless Tee-Riffic Photos! For those of you unfamiliar with Threadless Street Team Points, essentially you get 1 credit ($1.50) for every photo you successfully submit. If they really like your photo then it’ll appear on the product page and you’ll get a whopping 10 credits ($15.00). You can also earn Threadless Street Team Points through referrals, 2 credits ($3.00) for every referral sale. Now that you know all about the Threadless Street Team go earn yourself some free tees!

Here’s my first bunch of Threadless photo uploads. I’ll be making posts as continue to upload my photos of my Threadless collection.

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Threads – A New Threadless iPhone App!

Here’s a great and fun little iPhone app that I just discovered while perusing the Threadless forum boards. Developed by Threadless user Ian Marsh (eeenmachine), Threads allows you to easily browse in-stock designs at Threadless straight from the iPhone or iPod Touch.

Not only can you browse Threadless tees, but you can buy tees directly from within the App (ok, this is a stretch, the app forwards you to the Threadless site via Safari). The app also makes use of the accelerometer – you are shown a different tee design every time you shake the phone while the app.

Even cooler, you can save these beautiful designs directly to your iPhone by tapping on the camera icon. Onc you click the camera icon all onscreen menus disappear and your left just with the design. From there you use the screen capture trick and then images are saved to your photo album and can then be used as Wallpaper for your iPhone! Pretty slick little app, I think! The app itself is snappy and works excellently on my first generation iPhone.