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Ask DN: What's the best way to print and sell t-shirts these days?

almost 3 years ago from , Creative Director

Hey folks, looking at a few different options to print and sell t-shirts, Awesome Merchandise seems to be the best i can find. Do people print their own and use Shopify/BigCartel? Is there a good end to end service?

4 comments

  • Saijo GeorgeSaijo George, almost 3 years ago

    I am planning to use https://www.theprintful.com/ for a new project I am working on

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    • Andrew Acree, almost 3 years ago

      I am currently running a shop through shopify and using theprintful.com. Its been working pretty well for me for my shopdynamo.co site.

      1 point
  • Carlyn Hill, almost 3 years ago (edited almost 3 years ago )

    You should try Threadless Artist Shops! It's free to start a Shop, you can print your designs on lots of different Mens/Womens/Kids styles and Wall Art too, and you can order all of your own products at the base fee from your own Shop, which is nice. And Threadless does all of the manufacturing, shipping, etc., so you don't have any leftover inventory or shipping and return hassle to deal with (that stuff can be such a pain) Check it out: https://www.threadless.com/artist-shops/signup

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  • David Hackett, almost 3 years ago (edited almost 3 years ago )

    See that you’re in London (my birthplace + lived there in my teens). Not sure of your intended print run volume or the technique you want to use, but have you checked out local screen printers like Tuckshop (affiliated with the great Print Club London? printclublondon.com/print-service/

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