In the wake of our recent cartoon, we’ve fielded a consistent question: “Hey, neat cartoon! Who did that for you guys?” The answer: we actually did it ourselves. And fear not, dear reader, you too can be an amateur (and enthusiastic) cartoonist. In fact, in the spirit of paying it forward we thought we’d share a few tips for embracing your inner creative.
It was so fun to have our friends from DoneGood at the factory! It was awesome to hang out with them, show them around, and share with them how our shirts are made.
Hard to imagine that it’s been a year since we delivered our first run of shirts, backed by our amazing Kickstarter friends. Here’s a brief recap of where we’ve been and where we’re going.
This Thanksgiving, we wanted to send along a quick word of thanks to our partners who help make Tuckerman happen.
Italy is a land of spectacular food, history, and romance - yet for us it was also a place with a singular devotion to design and process.
If the magic of the dye house was dictated by vats, beakers, and spectrometers, the production of the fabric itself -- the warp and weft -- was a concerto of large, sprawling machinery.
Dying cotton for fine fabrics has a beguilingly simple goal: consistency and uniformity. But the process for achieving it is anything but.
Adventure Ho! It was a special treat forTeam Tuckerman when we recently decamped to pay a visit to our Italian fabric mill. It’s not every day you get a backstage pass to see how some of the world's best fabrics are made.
These shirts are named after four people who have made a difference in the lives of others.