Recently, I’ve been converting my t-shirt designs from old-school silkscreen color separations into vector art. Once the image has been converted, I can do almost anything with it.
Because of this hard work, YOU can now buy one of my original t-shirt designs . Woo-hoo!
After much research, I decided to use a company called “Printfection .” It is an “On-line, on-demand printing service.” They do the “credit card processing, product manufacturing, shipping, returns and customer service. ” I do the obsessing and designing.
I bought one of my t-shirts as a test to see what their quality and service is like. I received the t-shirt in 8 days, which seemed like a long time. But I’m quite happy with the print quality. And the t-shirt is 100% cotton (made in Honduras). The design is not an “iron on,” it is printed “using the latest digital printing technologies” (whatever that means)
Even though my designs can be slapped on a million products like tote bags, mugs and hoodies, I’m sticking to T-shirts and a mouse pad, for now.
The snazzy mouse pad is for people who aren’t into wearing t-shirts.
If you have a burning desire to see another of my designs on a product like a cutting board or with spaghetti straps, let me know and I might be persuaded…
I may design something for the coaster products, though… as having personally pimped coasters sounds too cool.