Merchandising

Flynn’s Ocean / Flynn Bags

What's A Flynn Bag?

 

In a bold move we decided to come up with unusual merchandising for Flynn’s Ocean.

Given that his best friend Flynn, the damaged rubber duck, has an obsession with the topic of recycling (life after death, in his case) and with water (even though, or maybe because it’s his phobia), we wanted to do add value for our readers instead of merely t-shirts.

We created the Flynn Bags.

What that is, you wonder?
Well, we know it is yellow.
And we know it is NOT a Porsche.

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Valentine’s Signs for Fingeralphabet.org



 
Lassal is currently preparing a collection of designs for Valentine’s day for Fingeralphabet.org.

The designs are being uploaded on a daily bases to Zazzle and Cafepress, both situated in the USA, and both delivering internationally. Continue reading

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Fingeralphabet.org Merchandising

Cool Kids Know Sign! Mugs



 

As of a couple of months ago, LegendaryMedia became the official manager of the merchandising related to our published book projects.

Currently, we are testing product-lines and designs on various print-on-demand platforms on several continents for Fingeralphabet.org.

The aim is to find high quality product lines to not only add value for our readers, but also to help generate the much needed financial ressources necessary to keep Fingeralphabet.org afloat without adding to the workload.

We are thrilled to reuse a lot of illustrations that would otherwise be confined to the e-books. Not only because we think that it would be a pity to only see them digitally, but also because the books are very time consuming to illustrate. Seeing some of the early illustrations already out there, doing their job before the publication is ready to go, motivates us. Also, several illustrations that were discarded as we changed the targeted age group, will now get an unexpected chance to get seen despite of it.

More information amd links to follow.

 

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