I love wearing t-shirts . . . especially ones with great graphic design and color. You can be casual and cozy or dress them up with a sharp blazer and squeaky clean Converse.
Whether it's for a mission trip, adoption fundraiser, or simply to promote your organization, a t-shirt can tell a story. I've had many people ask me about some of the t-shirts I've designed and worn, and it's exciting to talk about our church or the mission trip behind it.
Here are a few tips I suggest when it comes to t-shirt designs and ordering:
Try to limit the ink color to just 2-3 colors. The more colors, the higher the cost. Use "negative space" as it's own color.
Charcoal t-shirts are best if you plan to get dirty, and they wash better than black.
I recommend Next Level brand t-shirts because they are super soft and comfortable.
Find a great screen printer. Ask for a sample you can wash over and over again to see how it lasts.