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    For anyone that enjoys the social implications of the graphic fashion icon - the t-shirt - please check out my blog:

    http://www.t-shirttimes.com

    Feel free to submit related articles.
    T-Shirt Times
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  • #2
    hey there hi there ho there - welcome to the madness.

    “My ultimate goal as a socialist revolutionary was to get my face plastered on the t-shirts of rich white kids – Che Guevara.”
    this cracks me up.

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    • #3
      Great quote.

      It should be a t-shirt.
      T-Shirt Times
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      • #4
        nice. Is there a way where i can find an entire gallery related ?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dxpgroup
          nice. Is there a way where i can find an entire gallery related ?
          What?

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          • #6
            I hope to not be off-topic, but about printing T-shirt, i have a question to ask.... I want to start to made a self-produced T-Shirt brand (no a business, only for advertise myself and have fun) and i searched for someone for print it.I find a shop in my country that do this work, but thy asked me around 18 euros for a printed shirt (single-copy).... isn't a little high?
            There is maybe a place to buy blank shirts or maybe print ( @ good quality, low price of course hehe ). If you have some hint, I would be reaaaally happy .Thanks all, I hope again to not be off-topic. Hya!

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            • #7
              I'm not sure if it's gone on long enough to be "on topic".

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              • #8
                Try CafePress.com or Zazzle.com. They will do single pieces and I'm pretty sure that they ship internationally.
                T-Shirt Times
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                • #9
                  I don't know about zazzle.com, but cafepress.com t-shirts are of iron-on transfer quality (i.e. cheap)

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                  • #10
                    Not any more. They now use direct print and the quality is much better.

                    I do agree though and you might want to confirm that it is not the transfer quality. The transfer shirts are crap where the direct print are very nice and will last for years.
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