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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Bob Clayton, Jul 14, 2004.
does anyone know of a site that you can design your own logos and stuff for shirts, hats etc?
If you have a logo or something to upload you can open a cafepress store and buy one from yourself. There are some serious restrictions, but it's really cheap anyway. you can even get a thong.
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A guitarist friend and I are in a race to sell the first thong. So far we both are at zero thongs.
what are the restrictions?
Just that the images can only be certain sizes, they only have a few colors of clothing, usually white and grey, etc.
If you're talking about that plasticy-stuff, i don't know. BUt if you want small little logos, like the moose for Abercrombie, or the Eagle for American Eagle, There are sewing machines with computers that could do that for you.
oh ok, thats fine...
thinking of you- i don't want the embroidered things
Yeah I didn't think so...
Im thinking of opening one of those cafeshop stores.
How many shirts are you making? If it's just a one off then cafeshop is prolly best, but if you're making 10 or more shirts then a lot of times local shops are cheaper than that place.
Probably the same as other thongs.
aw man, you don' have XXXL!
i win. just sold two.
wait, your mom doesn't count, it has to be a stranger.
No grape smuggler for you!!!
we went with a local shop for my band, and we just had black lettering on back, little logo on the front, and it cost us 4.50 a shirt at 50 shirts, delivered the next day.
My brother had a fairly large cafepress store that sold stuff for the Ryerson Theatre School, and then had a bunch of hoodies made to order locally.
There are tons of different places to get this done on the net.
If you want many things made, I agree with vbass. Find a local shirt shop and have them do it. Most will charge a one time fee of $50 to $80 for a design set up per design. Then the more shrits (or clothing) you buy, the cheaper it is.
If you get it done locally, have them do one shirt first with one company, say, fruit of the loom, wear it for a month. Give it the stress test. If it starts to fade and looks old quickly, find a different kind of shirt....like Hanes, or ?????.
Remember, the more detail you want on your clothing, like how many colors, front & back printing, is going to be more expensive.
a local band is mad at us now because we sell thongs too..
because they were the "first" to sell band thongs