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11/20/2013 10:53:32 PM · #1
Hi everyone, I an looking for some advice about printing some T shirts.
Since I think some of my photographs are kind of OK, I would like to print then on some T shirts and walk around with them. (kind of like blowing my own horn...)
I am not looking to print many T shirts, preferably a single T shirt for each picture.

Apparently this is called Direct To Garment printing (thank you Dr. Google).
Does anyone have any experience?
Does anyone know a good vendor?
Will the colors look vivid?

Thanks in advance.
11/20/2013 11:03:51 PM · #2
You can order them through your own print gallery right here at DPC Prints (this link goes to my gallery) for $13.95. Costco has them for about a dollar less; I'm thinking all of the printing services have them now.

Another option is to use iron-on transfer paper (I think both Epson and HP make it) with the appropriate printer. As an experiment for one-offs it would probably be a lot cheaper.

If enough interest develops where you want to print a batch (12-24) of the same image it would probably be better to use traditional silk-screen printing.

Message edited by author 2013-11-20 23:11:22.
11/20/2013 11:18:46 PM · #3
I've had good luck with Cafe Press. Good quality, great customer service. Wide selection.
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