Whats up Mintees, I'm a long time emptees/mintees member and I'm stoked to show you my label that I launched today called Wooder Supply.

The brand is heavily inspired by sportswear, comic books and skateboard graphics of the 80s and 90s, and built on the ideas of progress, quality and exclusivity in streetwear. I wanted to make Wooder Supply for the few discerning customers that still value exclusivity and quality, and want a product that reflects the gritty D.I.Y ethics that streetwear was founded on.

I hope you guys dig the brand and what it stands for!

http://www.woodersupply.com
http://www.facebook.com/woodersupply





  • dobi

    the website was so boring it made me almost not want to click the store link. give that thing some personality.
  • jumpy

    dobi said:the website was so boring it made me almost not want to click the store link. give that thing some personality.

    also when i see W/S store i think it means wholesale
  • primo

    dobi said:the website was so boring it made me almost not want to click the store link. give that thing some personality.

    Noted for sure, thanks for the critique Dobi. I think when I put more pictures and things in the blog posts it will liven it up a bit.
  • cityhall

    Kinda weird and the store is boring but I like the designs. You should hire Barf Comics (James Callahan) to do some shirts for you. His style reminds me of the direction you're kind of going
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/barfcomics/
  • SaurusSkateCo.

    The designs are ok, but they seem like small rectangles on a big shirt. I know people are trying to stray away from big print on tshirts but the designs just look like they are meant to span the whole shirt but dont.
  • RyanPimental.

    All I can think of when I see the first one is a pretty big company out here called Vineyard Vines because of the text box and the use of the whale. They make ties and high end beach type apparel.


    http://www.vineyardvines.com
  • Joshua Jordan

    RyanPimental. said:All I can think of when I see the first one is a pretty big company out here called Vineyard Vines because of the text box and the use of the whale. They make ties and high end beach type apparel.


    http://www.vineyardvines.com

    I'm thinking this may have been intentional. Just maybe . . .
  • Jake DL

    good luck with the brand! what do you guys print on?
  • primo

    Joshua Jordan said:
    RyanPimental. said:All I can think of when I see the first one is a pretty big company out here called Vineyard Vines because of the text box and the use of the whale. They make ties and high end beach type apparel.


    http://www.vineyardvines.com

    I'm thinking this may have been intentional. Just maybe . . .

    Yeah here in Charleston, SC the whole gaudy pastel prep thing is HUUUGE with frat kids and stuck up southerners. Hence that graphic.

    But I really appreciate the feedback guys it means a lot! As for the website I wanted to keep it really simple and let the t-shirts, photos and writing do the talking. It's kind of what the whole brand is about, having a killer product and killer writing without being over produced or flashy. Kind of like quite confidence if that makes sense. I am totally open to suggestions you guys have though!
  • dobi

    keeping the website simple and makeing the t-shirts do the talking is fine, i'd be a hypocrite if i said otherwise. but you need to have your products be the focus, not just text without any images. if i didn't know any better i'd say your website was just a blog, not a brand.
  • Johnny Keko

    It's a great start. Agree with Dobi. Instead of having the blog, you could try to have the lookbook as your homepage. I think that could be a better first impression. A simple solution for now.
  • RyanPimental.

    primo said:
    Yeah here in Charleston, SC the whole gaudy pastel prep thing is HUUUGE with frat kids and stuck up southerners. Hence that graphic.

    Touche my friend. Carry on and best of luck!
  • primo

    dobi said:keeping the website simple and makeing the t-shirts do the talking is fine, i'd be a hypocrite if i said otherwise. but you need to have your products be the focus, not just text without any images. if i didn't know any better i'd say your website was just a blog, not a brand.

    Your absolutely right. I think Johnny Keko's idea would definitely highlight the products more
    Johnny Keko said:It's a great start. Agree with Dobi. Instead of having the blog, you could try to have the lookbook as your homepage. I think that could be a better first impression. A simple solution for now.

    So thanks a lot Johnny!
  • Joshua Jordan

    And FYI, I dig the feel. Wishing the prints were JUST slightly larger, but cool stuff regardless.
  • primo

    cityhall said:Kinda weird and the store is boring but I like the designs. You should hire Barf Comics (James Callahan) to do some shirts for you. His style reminds me of the direction you're kind of going
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/barfcomics/

    Woah, that dude is rad as fuck. Thanks City!
    Joshua Jordan said:And FYI, I dig the feel. Wishing the prints were JUST slightly larger, but cool stuff regardless.

    Thanks Joshua! I'll keep the print size in mind for later releases.
  • JeffByNight

    do not print these any bigger, shit is old school and thats awesome
  • primo

    JeffByNight said:do not print these any bigger, shit is old school and thats awesome

    YES! That was the idea I'm glad someone picked up on that.
  • Jupit



    is there a reason, why the Y seems to be disconnected from the rest of the logo?
  • Bedlam77

    ^good catch it looks way out. but i didnt do all that great at the kerning game so.

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