The Geek Show: Making T-Shirts

T-shirts are expensive and cheesy. So I made my own that were not expensive. Still cheesy. We have been experimenting with a new material at my work. It's made for applying copy and graphics to awning fabric. I've been fitting some of my designs into scrap areas to apply to some shirts. The current job required white copy so that's what I used.

Here's how they turned out:


K├Ąthe said...

I would buy 3 of these shirts without hesitation. Let me know when your t-shirt site up and running. ;)

Liberty said...

Can I have the Piglet shirt and Pennywise please?!