Photo courtesy Jason St. Peter
When freelance graphic designer Jason St. Peter submitted his drawing of a safety pin wearing a king's crown to Threadless, the T-shirt e-commerce site, he had no idea the design would soon be printed and shipped to more than 100 Gap stores across the country and in Canada. The 30-year-old Glen Allen resident submitted more than 80 designs to the site in the past year, but in December, he received an email informing him that his "Kingpin" image was one of 26 designs selected out of thousands of international entries to be sold at Gap stores and online at Gap.com. "The coolest thing about this being selected is that my name gets printed on the tag of the shirt," St. Peter says of the $30 T-shirt. For more information, visit think804.com .