This Apparel Company Turns Ticket Stubs Into T-shirts, Face Masks and More
Most music fans have a collection of concert ticket stubs. Maybe they’re in an old shoebox in their bedrooom. Maybe they’re more artfully laid out in a scrapbook or binder.
Or maybe they’re forever immortalized on a T-shirt.
Stub Stories Apparel is a Los Angeles-based apparel company turning those cherished ticket stubs into apparel.
According to its website, the company "illustrates the soundtrack of our lives, and triggers memories of musicians we’ve lost, groups long disbanded, venues that no longer exist and affordable prices, but the music lives on."
Stub Stories Apparel Founders Jackie & Dawn having some fun at the first photo shoot! pic.twitter.com/58oCdIDhlK
— Stub Stories Apparel (@stubstoriesapp) October 18, 2020
Stub Stories has an assortment of stock concert ticket tees for sale. But for fans who want something specific to their memories, customers can upload a high-resolution image of the ticket stub to be turned into T-shirts, tank tops, face masks, water bottles, accessory pouches, phone cases, flip-flops and more.
This is a fun spin on custom apparel, or even band merchandise, where instead of placing a logo or a band name, fans can commemorate a particular event. It could even lead to show-specific merchandise available at the concert as an exclusive item.