As we all know, t-shirts are a necessary piece of apparel when it comes to not getting kicked out of the local gas station. As a fashion-conscious consumer, you could buy a SpongeBob graphic t-shirt from Walmart and look like a million other generic schmucks, or you could buy something cool that nobody else owns. What would you say if I told you there’s a web site that sells a ton of unique shirts created by independent artists? Actually there’s a bunch of them, but my favorite shirt site is TeePublic. Read below for a TeePublic review showing my experiences with their shirts.
How Good Is The Print On A TeePublic Shirt?
I’ve been designing shirts using TeePublic for nearly a year and I’m happy to report that TeePublic shirts are pretty great. TeePublic uses “direct to garment” printing, which is basically a large, high-quality InkJet printer that prints on fabric. Direct to garment allows for a ton of different colors in one image as opposed to traditional screen printing, which is typically limited to four colors. This means artists can design very colorful, complex images without having to worry as much about color choices. Here’s a pic of one of the shirts I got from TeePublic: