As 2010 comes to a close I wanted to show off some designs our Sales/Service reps have made this past year. When people find out that we work at a t-shirt company we’re always hearing “you must have some great t-shirts yourself!” That we do! Here is a quick Top 5 that I pulled together. Read more –>
Kat has created lots of great holiday-themed design ideas, like those for Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa. But I felt that something was missing…
So I recruited some of our talented artists to create a few awesome designs perfect for celebrating a holiday for the rest of us. That’s right – Festivus! (In case you don’t watch as much TV as I do and thus don’t know what the heck I’m talking about… this holiday was introduced in a 1997 episode of Seinfeld by George’s dad, Frank Costanza). Check out these custom Festivus t-shirt ideas… Read more –>
As you can imagine I have been busy creating new holiday designs, and I have focused on styles for the whole family. If your family is like mine, you get together and party at least once during the season. There is a lot of food, drinks, stories, and yes, pictures. Maybe you also have an Aunt that wants everyone to wear the same hats or shirts for a goofy family photo? No? You mean your family doesn’t like to wear custom baseball caps that say, “We put the FUN in dysfunctional”? Well, you are missing out! Read more –>
It’s Business time. Yes that’s right, we’re getting serious. I mean T-Shirts can’t be fun all the time. Sike! That’s right, bringin’ it back to 1988. Of course business shirts can be fun, especially shirts for small businesses!
Landscapers, Contractors, Restaurants, Yoga Studios, and Paranormal Investigators, yes even them, all need custom shirts to help spread the word about their business. Use your size to your advantage… have fun creating shirts for every season, for the holidays, for special events, and big projects. You don’t need to answer to a large board to get approval for each design; you can create on the fly and get the shirts fast! Read more –>
So, I was looking through the orders today for Christian groups, hoping to get some ideas for new design templates. I came across several shirts that would benefit from a few quick changes to make the design look more unique. Often people used a line of text and a clipart, but would benefit from a quick lesson in thoughtful placement. You can make your design look more designer-y in under 2 minutes with just a few simple changes. Above is a before and after of one Christian design and below is a video of how I made the changes. Simply re-arranging the text makes the clipart feel more connected to the words. Plus now he really looks like he is reaching for the “light.” Read more –>