Freelance t-shirt designers for famous brands
Freelancing is hard, regardless of what it may seem form the outside. The beginning is scary because you don’t know if you are able to pull it through, to act as your own boss. You have to be demanding enough to challenge yourself realistically and not bit more than you can chew. That’s because you risk of getting discouraged and giving up. Freelancing is about accepting failure as compulsory on the road to success.
And when you keep showing up, you keep striving for better and fully commit, the results are in. You are doing what you love, at a competitive level and the big opportunity shows itself. The feeling of accomplishment is unparalleled. At least that’s what I think the next freelance t-shirt designers felt when they scored their big gigs with famous brands, such as Nike, Adidas, Harley Davidson and more.
I’m sure I’m missing some great material. But I picked these following projects because they bring together my favorite brands, some of the artists that I follow and the illustration styles that I think are the best for the t-shirt industry. I hope you like them too. Even if you’re not the biggest fans of either of those three things, we can still celebrate together a freelancer’s success that paves the way to more and more people having the confidence to do what they love.
Michal Bialogrzywy for Nike
Rubens Scarelli for Nike
MIGHTY SHORT for Adidas
Marcelo Schultz for Harley Davidson
New Fren for Nike
Los Caballos ™ for Lacoste
Mauro Gatti for VANS
João Neves for DC Shoes Europe
Never Made for OBEY
Gabriele Brombin for The North Face
Permadi Aditya for ATARI BABY
Alexis Marcou for Nike