Making the cover
Cincinnati Magazine just released their annual “Best of the City” issue for 2008 (on newsstands now).
In it they list 110 of their favorite things around town, from restaurants and shops to services and activities (including kilt rental and clogging lessons.) They not only gave a shout out to Wire & Twine for our shirts, but they had us print up a batch for the cover along with a tee for every winner on the list.
This is the type of thing we file under ‘awesome’ around the studio. A great reward as we approach our anniversary and look forward to 2009 and lots of new projects.
(Related link: The “Open for business” post.)
This appreciation would not be complete without tipping our collective hats to everyone who filled up a cart and checked out of our virtual store, ‘blogged about a product, emailed a friend with a link, or even sent us good vibes.
Thank you thank you thank you.
9 responses to “From screen to magazine”
Congrats Chris. Not too shabby for 2 years of hard work. 🙂
Mazel tov! That’s so fantastic. Good for you all.
Can you guys make something for cats??
Grats! I’ve had this issue sitting in a pile on my desk since it arrived in the mail and not even ripped open the plastic till now.
Huzzah! As djd noted, above, another fine 2-year, overnight success.
Unfortunately, you are now famous and I will have to leave off wearing my W&T shirts. How else will they pull any bucks on eBay?
That’s awesome, Chris. Congratulations.
Was sitting down with the issue last night and saw your mention. I admit to feeling very smug about my Chris Glass designed, Wire and Twine t-shirts.
Glad everyone is getting in on it.
WOW!!! Congrats!! That’s awesome!
Congratulations! The cover looks great!