Just saw this. https://teepublic.com/



Its a mix between Kickstarter/Indiegogo and Society6/Threadless. I think, if successful, it will make the market more saturated than it already is but as a consumer it is an awesome idea. What you guys think ?
  • Kenz.

    Just signed up! Thanks to you, awesome site! but need more buyers though.

    https://teepublic.com/show/1269-tytonidae

    https://teepublic.com/show/1272-im-loving-it
  • miahsix

    Seems like a sweet idea, I think it will gain popularity eventually. Power of the interent will probably make this a big thing. Especially if the quality of the product is good. Thanks for sharing!
  • Sushilove

    I liked the idea when I saw the video, but got a bit disapointed when I saw the shirts. I would like it more if there was more artsy tees (like DBH) than parody ones. I found them lame, but I guess they are quite popular these days...
  • Suit of Swords

    Sushilove said:I liked the idea when I saw the video, but got a bit disapointed when I saw the shirts. I would like it more if there was more artsy tees (like DBH) than parody ones. I found them lame, but I guess they are quite popular these days...

    Agreed. I had high hopes when I saw the video but the site seems to be just another parody/mash up/copyright questionable trash heap.
  • Sam Weinberg

    When this gains some traction I'm sure the quality of the designs will improve. The Instagram import feature sure makes turning shitty photos into tees really easy though. Here's one I made just to try it out https://teepublic.com/share?design=1343.
  • iamthetrend

    Great idea. As mentioned above Id love to see more tees that are art driven instead of parody driven.
  • Matt Borchert

    Given that they're DTG prints I don't fully understand the reason they made the requirement to gain 30 pre-sales in order to be sold. If it were screen printed that would be totally understandable.
  • Beyond_Ariel

    is this good or bad?
  • RRAL

    Not a fan of direct to garment printing.
    Would have to look closer at the blank shirt options and shipping cost
    If a designer believes their work is worth $600 ($20*30), they could get 30 four color designs screen printed on next level t-shirts for under $8.50 each and their profit is now 11.50, more than double.
    Also the goverment has figured out how to start taxing money received through crowd sourcing, so thats going to cut into the $5 cut as well.

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