I want to start my own T-shirt company (i know I know. Don't roll your eyes). I am a graphic designer and would like to create shirts that are stylish. Basic screen printed shirts with sayings etc. While I know how to screen print I think my best bet is designing and then getting them printed through, well, an online shirt printing company. The trouble is most of them are very limited and have just the tacky crew neck shirt kind of thing. I don't want to do cafe press or zazzle style printing. So, What's a good company to go with? any suggestions? For example take a look at JacVanek.com Not crazy about her designs but her shirts are what I'm looking to print on. That urban outfitters style! Thanks!
posted by anonymous
on Mar 15, 2012 -
You are not my t-shirt vendor, but please give me some advice on printing my (very special snowflake of a) t-shirt. [more inside]
posted by Sauce Trough
on Dec 5, 2011 -
Please walk me through the process of getting t-shirts and mugs printed, so that my nonprofit gets good swag at a good price. [more inside]
posted by kwaller
on Mar 6, 2010 -
MY BUSINESS PLAN: Negotiate the rights to make apparel with images from a movie that is coming out in a couple of years. The movie distributor has the authority over these rights.
EXAMPLE: So, say the movie was Spiderman, I would want to acquire the rights from Sony Pictures to make Spiderman t-shirts, jackets, caps, etc and then sell them to distributors, wholesalers and retailers.
WHAT I NEED: Tips from insiders how to put my best foot forward in making this proposal to the movie distributor. [more inside]
posted by seatofmypants
on Jul 1, 2009 -
I'm looking to get some t-shirts printed. Price is an issue but I don't want completely awful quality. I'm in the UK ... and given the state of the pound/shipping costs etc, I think I'll be looking for British printers. Any recommendations?
posted by fearfulsymmetry
on Feb 8, 2009 -
I'm looking for a company that can print a custom T shirt design and that will ship to Europe. [more inside]
posted by TheDonF
on Jun 16, 2006 -
Where do t-shirts come from? I bought a t-shirt from a thirft store with a funny print. It reads "America. Made by Humans." It's a standard baseball style shirt otherwise, but its tag was "American Art Wear." I'm interested in the printing of the t-shirt more than the original manufacturer of the shirt. The manager of the store said something a bit cryptic: that the owner/clothes buyer gets most of the tees off the backs of trucks at trade fairs. Who is in the business of printing t-shirts for this kind of distribution? Who is "American Art Wear"?
posted by rschram
on Jan 25, 2004 -