I was in Hong Kong a few weeks ago and noticed several people wearing unique tee-shirts. Some carried logos for products, others Chinese characters and even one with Arabic writing. Then last week in Saratoga I came upon a gal who had on a sky-blue T with her TWITTER HANDLE on the back, and the twitterbird logo on the front! I didn't have my handphone with me so I couldn't snap a picture, but I did speak with her. She told me she designed the shirt herself about six or seven months ago. Judging from the quality of the shirt, I said to her "it must have cost you a small fortune," to which she replied "nope! I did it all online..." and then she had to run, and of course she couldn't remember the website she went to.
Naturally, as soon as I got to a computer I went online to check it out! How can I make my own T? Me being me, I found "the source" in just a few clicks and clacks: they call it "The world's favorite place to find or make unique T-shirts and gifts.TM " And the funny thing is, I had heard about it before: a long time ago I visted a website where one could order custom t-shirts emblazoned with the website's product logo. It turned out that the order would be processed via Cafe Press.
I visited the website and I'm impressed... they've come a long way since my visit years ago! I'm looking into designing a few custom hoodies and sweatshirts for a local DJ pal of mine. Saki Tumi says she's interested in Cafe Press' Posters, and Saki's sister Livvy is online as I type this, ordering Eclipse clothing! You can find fan-designed products or MAKE YOUR OWN TWILIGHT fashions! They've got a 100% satisfaction guarantee! Your order is safe: they have a very secure website
And (best of all) guess what! Cafe Press has a BLOG!
Tags: Cafe Press, T-Shirt