Hey, can you guys print me some shirts?
Yes. Can you give us a little more info?
How much does it cost?
There are three big factors in what “it” will cost; your garment blank, your design to be printed, and how many of them you want to print. If you’re working on a budget, please let us know, and we’ll happily walk you through some options.
What are your minimums?
Our minimum print run for any 1 design is 12 garments.
How quickly can I get shirts through you?
We strive to have a standard turnaround time of 10 business days.
Keep in mind that your turnaround time won’t begin until we’ve worked with you to finalize an invoice and layout, and received a 50% deposit to put your order on our production schedule. If you need shirts sooner than that, please let us know right away so that we can see if we can accommodate for your needs. In the instances that we are able to, we may need to charge you a rush fee.
Do I have to bring my design or can you help me with it?
We have an art department with various capabilities and the knowledge to help you with your project.
Send us an email about your project needs and we will connect you with one of our designers.
What kinds of payment can I use to pay for my order?
We happily accept Cash, Check or Credit Card. We do not use Paypal, apple pay or bitcoin.
Can you ship my order to me?
Yes, while our default is to assume you’ll swing by the shop to pick up your shirts, we’re happy to ship your shirts to you. We’ll gladly ship to any US address once the invoice has been paid in full. Shipping time is not considered part of our turnaround time.
I’ve got more questions, can I call you or meet with you?
Please, use us as a resource and ask away. We do not have a phone, but we’re quite zippy on email (during business hours). We’d love for you to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and set up a time to meet with us, so we can answer your questions.
When are you going to change your business name?
We started small. We've been hard-set on keeping our team small, well-trained, and happy to help. As our shop grows to bigger spaces and larger presses, we are commited to stay small in mind and spirit.
We will never be too big or too busy to care about doing things the right way. We're not a faceless manufacturing plant, we are people that care about everything we create.