Custom TShirts

I’ve noticed a rise in many people creating their own t-shirts lately, something I’m surprised about considering how many people can find so many interesting shirts in their local stores, or even online for that matter.

Making a statement is something that’s very important for people. I think this is why so many people are doing custom T Shirt Printing. For many years there were shirts that said the most obscene things, and while that still continues to rise there are people who are creating shirt logos that are both humorous and non offensive. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen someone walk past me with shirts that have sayings on them that offended me in so many ways. Shirts referencing to ones weight, skin color and even their religion. While one is entitled to their own opinion, this doesn’t mean that the rest of the world is entitled to having it thrown in their face just by you walking up the block.

There are a few large sites on the internet where you can create and do everything from Tshirt Printing to loading these special logos on mouse pads, even hats and coffee mugs. If you have an offensive mouse pad in your own home, there’s nothing I can do about that. Coming across a site that will regulate what’s being written on a shirt is something I find rather important.

I came across a website named, they claim to offer the highest quality T-shirt Printing, embroidery’s and even drink ware. The thing I find unique about their services is they’re a Christian-owned business that’s focused on helping people with the assets they make through the site. So say you want to bulk order 20 t-shirts with your domain name written on them, they pay the cost of their supplies after the sale and the rest goes into some kind of a charity fund (I assume). They aren’t in the business to make money to drive around in their new fancy cars, they’ve set out to help people and I think that’s a pretty damn cool idea.


A thirty-something code ninja + web diva. Former New Yorker who's passionate about web development, HTML/CSS, beautifying things and marketing.

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