VoxPop brings Threadless to India

~ To bring Threadless’ 220,000 artists and over 400,000 designs to T-Shirt aficionados in the country~

VoxPop, India’s leading t-shirt destination, announces its association with Threadless, the popular design community with over 3.5 million members and pioneers of crowdsourcing designs from an international artist community. The partnership makes VoxPop the exclusive licensee in India bringing great designs from a large community of international artists.

By bringing Threadless to India, VoxPop will be able to provide epic T-shirt designs to its customers with access to 220K artist and over 400K design of original artist designs from a creative community across the world. And that’s not all, the association will also allow VoxPop to curate designs from India and launch them on the Threadless’s platform, giving Indian artists global exposure.

“We are thrilled to be bringing an iconic brand like Threadless to India. This step is a reinforcement of our commitment to provide T shirts that are high on designs to freeneckers across the country. The association promises to strengthen our position as the home of the freenecks”, says Siddharth Taparia, CEO, VoxPop.

Commenting on the association, Jake Nickell, CEO, and Threadless said “The excitement for design and apparel that Vox Pop brings to the table is just the type of energy we love here at Threadless,”. He further added, “We couldn’t be more excited to be working with this passionate group of freenecks – the T-Shirt lovers!”

VoxPop that is currently looking to raise a series A funding of $5-7MN already boasts of partnerships with iconic entertainment brands like Marvel, Disney, DC/WB to name a few, bringing their much sought after designs on a Tee.

“We are delighted to have found partners in brands like Marvel, Disney and more and with the opportunity of creating their cult designs on T-shirts. Our association with Threadless is our next step in bringing iconic graphic designs on a tee to India by leveraging its creative community”, signs off Siddharth.

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