The Creative Process
This amazing tag team handles everything by themselves from the order to the labor. The instructions for ordering shirts is pretty simple. Just buzz them a message on their Facebook page and give the link of the shirt you want including size, color, quantity and your contact number.
As for the process of creating the shirts, they simply use a heat press.
Let there be Might.
With his talent and capabilities, the idea of foraging a shirt business didn’t come to Jay until June of this year. Before then, he was only creating designs for leisure, for his friends or whenever someone requested it. But since his shirts became so popular among the UAAP-crazy crowd, he thought he should make a formal business out of his talent. Thus is the birth of The Mighty Collective.
They both claim that their proud collection is their way of giving back to their university. Although they aim to venture into a deeper and wider stream of designs and creations, they say that they plan to focus on primarily designing for their beloved alma mater, UST, where the magic all started.
When you finally own a Mighty Collective shirt, pray to be spotted by Jay or Marian because when they do, they take your photo and upload it to their Shirt Spot Facebook album. Customers are also free to send in their photos wearing the shirts to the Collective’s Facebook page.
Jay is open for design consultations and requests with his negotiable fees ranging from Php 500 to 1000, going up from there depending on the level of complexity. His forte is designing posters, wallpapers and shirts. Jay and Marian transact orders every Monday to Wednesday and their delivery day is on Thursday. They take a break from business matters every weekend so it’s best to place orders during early weekdays.
Viva Santo Tomas!
All photos taken from Jay Daligdig, Ray Marquez, The Mighty Collective and yours truly.
The Mighty Collective
You may also contact them through 0927 326 9441
Amp Up Your School Pride with The Mighty Collective