Those look too cool not to steal.
Don't you have video cameras all over? Catch the thievin' bastards!
Dont you also have tshirts for sale? I'm sure you could actually sell those slipmats if you put them back there with the tshirts and let people know that you have them.
Those slipmats are hot.
Agreed. Your logo is cool enough to be merchandisable, easily.
Given how few t-shirts we sell, I seriously doubt we'd ever sell a single slip-mat. The market for slip-mats is significantly smaller.
MITCH WANTS ONE
i have some vague memory of the two of us looking at this entry as if it were porn when we staggered home last night....
I don't suppose there's any way in hell you can get them cheaply enough in large enough quantity to make them DJ souvenirs, is there? Print up 500 of them at once, get the price down really far, and basically just let DJs have one if they want 'em? Maybe they'd even reuse them in other peoples' clubs. ^_^
oooh bad idea giving DJs further sence of entitlement.
<snickers> Like that cat isn't already out of the bag and running around the house pissing on your furniture. But I doubt there's any way to make them cheaply enough for that to work anyway - you'd have to get them down to a couple of dollars each, which you could only do by going to China or Vietnam or something. :-p
Or you could make them genarate revanue by making them out of sanding disks and renting them the logo slip mats or having a reasonable price to let them bring their own. Remember The DJ works for them!
Where did you get those done? $26 a pop is steep but for a limited run of slip mats for a promo might be cool shit.
I don't remember... But Google only turned up two or three places that would do small runs.
http://www.djfocus.com/ScratchTools/Slipmats.htm, will do lots of 10-50 for $9.50 a pair, might be the way to go when the stock you've got get's jacked.
Buy a silkscreen kit, make DNA logo silkscreens, then you just have to figure out what kind of ink will stick to turntable pads.
Plus, then you have silkscreens that you can use to vandalize people, cars, buildings...
Wow, that sounds really easy, economical, and not at all like a waste of time! I'll get right on that!
Well, yes, it is. Probably not as much fun as screwing with the linux kernel to get a wheel mouse working, though.
You could probably pay an art/printmaking student to do the heavy lifting.
Be sure to make screens of some of those cool ready.gov images too ;)
i should have stole the slipmats last night.
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