Fallout Cosplay Props
Fallout Cosplay Props
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Marbled Vinyl for The Dresden Dolls
Marbled Vinyl for The Dresden Dolls
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Bottle Openers for Theatre of Note
Bottle Openers for Theatre of Note
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We Are the Media Tie
We Are the Media Tie
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Merch Concept for Amanda Palmer
Merch Concept for Amanda Palmer
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Merch Concept for Abby Ahmad
Merch Concept for Abby Ahmad
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Merch Concept for Cabaret at ART
Merch Concept for Cabaret at ART
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Resin Necklaces for Amanda Palmer
Resin Necklaces for Amanda Palmer
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Shirt Concept for Midnight Magic
Shirt Concept for Midnight Magic
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Text Me Shirt Concept
Text Me Shirt Concept
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Ukulelehead Merch Concept
Ukulelehead Merch Concept
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Shirt for Mal Blum
Shirt for Mal Blum
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Holiday Merch Package for AFP
Holiday Merch Package for AFP
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AFP Goes Down Under Merch Pack
AFP Goes Down Under Merch Pack
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Unique Merch for Mal Blum
Unique Merch for Mal Blum
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Vinyl Decal for AFP
Vinyl Decal for AFP
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Shirt for Evelyn Evelyn
Shirt for Evelyn Evelyn
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5813480855_481647d864_o
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Shirt Concept
Shirt Concept
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Handmade Table Signs
Handmade Table Signs
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MERCH CONSULTING

Beth’s life in merch began in 2008, when she started working full time for musician Amanda Palmer and quickly discovered her talent for design and her great love of awesome t-shirts.  From there, she went on to collaborate with Amanda on the launch of Post-War Trade, a boutique  merchandising company that began with handmade items, but quickly expanded to include traditional items like shirts and vinyl alongside odder offerings like hand-painted ukuleles, hurricane glasses, custom holiday cards and more.  During her time as the head of Post-War Trade, Beth oversaw a huge operation that processed and fulfilled an average of 1600 orders per month from a third-floor Brooklyn loft.

 

While merch is now a much smaller part of Beth’s daily life, she still loves helping independent artists make a living doing what they love.  Her merch consultation offerings include long-term planning, vendor recommendations, design guidance, budgeting & sales projection, online store set-up, fulfillment advice, and overall merch troubleshooting.  She is happy to work with artists and small businesses on projects of all types, ranging from huge Kickstarter campaigns to the indie-est of EP releases.

 

Beth’s merch life also includes periodic touring in the US and Canada with Purity Ring, a dynamic duo from our frozen neighbor to the north, and Cut Copy, a rad band from the land down under.