Turning an idea into a visual image is the first stage. After that, you will need a good color separator and printer to help you handle the t-shirt printing job. But most often, if you have a high-end design in hand, it is not as straight forward as just passing it to the nearest print shop. You will need help from people that possess the technical know how of achieving bright, sharp and soft feel prints. And we like to recommend two shops that can help you do that.
1) Threadbird – Threadbird provide wide range of printing services and variety of apparel for customers to choose from. Their award winning printing techniques and competitive pricing are hard to beat. We definitely recommend visiting their website www.threadbird.com to find out more. Or shoot Nick an email at email@example.com
2) Unit Pride – Below is one of our design printed by Tom. You can visit www.unitpride.com or reachTom at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.