Stockists and Collaboration
BuySomethingPlease.com is NOW open to UK stockists.
That's right folks, the UKs self proclaimed number one satirical merch store is on the lookout for physical outlets. From a giftshops in the heart of the community to clothing retailers down your local high street. We love to support local businesses that are making a difference to their communities. From coffee shops to pizza parlours and kebab vans - let's have some fun and collaborate.
Got something you want to pitch?
Who We Are Looking For
- Independent clothing retailers, Boutiques, vintage and up-cycled.
- Gift shops with a twist.
- Restaurants and hospitality collaborations.
- Eco and forward thinking businesses.
How We Can Collaborate
- First and foremost, become a UK stockist of the BSP brand. High quality garments, printed sustainably in Bristol. No minimum order quantity with custom collaborative labels.
- Not just printed tees, but also Handprinted Linocut artwork, handmade sustainable accessories and up-cycled vintage reworked garments.
- Collaborate through powerful graphic designs with a satirical edge.
- Custom high quality illustrations and assets for independent businesses. All affordable, original and in our style.
- Hand painted murals, for retail and hospitality.
- Artist mock-ups for shop fronts and social media.
Here are our Collaborations so far
Decked Out Pizza Co:
DecKed Out Pizza Co came to us to help design a logo that represented their tongue and cheek family friendly business. After a week on the drawing board we decided to go with a Bowie-esque Looney Toons logo asset. Subsequently, this became the buttery base of their business.
Ruby Jeans Coffee Shop
Suicide Prevention Bristol:
With the complexities and crippling nature of the worldwide lockdown we knew it was time for us to give a little back. We stumbled upon Bristol's leading suicide foundation. SPB is ran by an army of volunteers who endlessly and unselfishly work through the day and night to prevent self harm.
We decided to create a design that would embody the often swept under the carpet mental health crisis with an acid house inspired twist. The profits for these t-shirts will be split 50% with the charity and we hope to spread awareness through this graphic garment.