12 Questions for Digital Advertising Specialist, Alex

NOV 30, 2016

Alex wears many [digitally printed] hats at Spoonflower! He started out in our Operations & Print teams, then later became our resident fabric photographer before transitioning to the marketing team where he works on bringing awesome video & blog content to our community. Alex is a delightful human, so we knew you’d all be very eager to know his answers to our 12 Questions!

The first thing I want you to know about me is: I’m always hungry. I’m actually eating right now.

My secret talent is: Silly accents. Strange impersonations. Startlingly deadpan joke deliveries.

The very first thing I do in the morning is: drink a big ol’ cup of water.

The last book I read is: Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book

The last song I listened to is: “We the People..” The new Tribe Called Quest album is so good!

I take my coffee: Nope. But I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy a dirty chai.

I loooooove: Photography!

I’m really proud of: my winter wardrobe. I love layers and jackets and vests and sweaters.

The podcast I never miss an episode of is: A tie between Comedy Bang! Bang!, The Tim Ferriss Show, and Reply All. Silly, nerdy giggles and ways to be productive.

My favorite Spoonflower designer is: Right now it’s Jeff Owens. So fun!

Horned Skulls by Jeff Owens

My favorite type of fabric is: Organic Cotton Sateen, which makes great neckties, bowties, and button-down shirts. If anyone wants to make me any, I’m partial to blue and shades of green that match my eyes.

My favorite design in the Marketplace is: Donuts on Blue by Kristinnohe

Donuts on Blue by Kristinnohe

Follow Alex’s pet pig, Jolene, on Instagram (no, seriously — you won’t regret it!) and then meet more Spoonies! 

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  • I love your dog! Interesting interview! I’d never seen the Lego design on Spoonflower before, but thought Lego is copyrighted?

    • Hi Magenta, since the Lego brand elements are not used anywhere in the image or mentioned anywhere in the design title, description, or tags, this is not a copyright violation as the blocks depicted in the design are generic, not branded.