Threaded Canvas Subscription Box Review – August 2014
UPDATE: Please make sure to read the comments on this post before subscribing – several readers have reported issues with shipping.
Threaded Canvas is a newer subscription box that sends you three new tees and three pieces of art each month.
Threaded Canvas sent us this box to review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
Just an FYI – looking at the comments on last month’s review, it looks like there have been some shipping and customer care response issues with this subscription. (Not sure if things have changed since the July box).
The Subscription Box: Threaded Canvas
The Cost: $20 plus $7 shipping. (You can upgrade the style of shirts too)
The Products: 3 T-shirts and 3 art items from new artists each month
Ships to: US only
Check out all of our Threaded Canvas reviews!
Each box comes with a card detailing each item included and the artist behind it.
Burning Circles Tee by Florent Bodart – Value $25
My husband is a fan of design t-shirt sites like Threadless, so this is pretty much his perfect subscription box.
Lotus Tee by Hector Mansilla Gonzales – Value $25
The t-shirts are made with super-soft cotton.
Water Colorink Tee by Reza – Value $25
Lost Button by Florin – Value $3
Bookmark by Sarah Marie Hawkins – Value $3
Dive Postcard by Vlad Isac – Value $3
In addition to the t shirts, each box also comes with various other artworks, including a print:
HORSE Art Print by Christopher Wilke – Value $15
Verdict: I think this is a great box in terms of value – 3 shirts, plus some art for $27 shipped is a great deal. Since we receive this box at no cost for review purposes I can’t comment on the issues with shipping/customer care response time, so please take this review with a grain of salt!
Do you subscribe to Threaded Canvas? Have you had any issues with this subscription? (I’m hoping things straighten out – I imagine these issues come up when a new subscription gets very popular very quickly and needs to figure out how to handle everything).