You’re going to love the colour palette used in the Baylen Levine Merch 4 Million Subscribers Shirt. Variety and depth of colour has long been one of Stanley Stella’s unique selling points and they’re still coming up with the goods. As garment decorators, being able to offer a selection of the latest on-trend colours to customers is a huge advantage. Standard shades don’t get old, but having more means we can meet demand and exceed expectations. Something that should be a biggie for any business.
The influences behind the SS21 collection, the freedom of summer and the reassuring warmth of nature, are effortlessly captured by these shades. It’s a delightful blend of soft earthier hues and sharper floral tones which, when put together, are almost irresistible. One last thing that we ought to mention. As always with Stanley Stella, you can rely on their ethical credentials. Accredited by numerous highly respected global sustainability and ecological standards, they’re the only B2B bulk clothing supplier which made the most sustainable brands in the world list. That’s no mean feat and one that we appreciate here at Fifth Column. It’s one of the reasons we’re so pleased to have earned a place amongst their small number of official US partners.
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Our top priority with any printing and embroidery is to get a great finished product and the graphics file is clearly a vital element Baylen Levine Merch 4 Million Subscribers Shirt. Achieving the best results starts with having the right components. Bearing that in mind, we prefer the following artwork file types for printing t-shirts: There’s no need to panic if the above just looks like a lot of random letters. We’re going to take some of the mystery out of things. One important point to note is that files need to 300 DPI. That’s if you’re talking about a raster file. The alternative is to use a vector file. Artwork also needs to be scaled to the necessary print size – a standard kingteeshops screen is 28cm x 40cm and this pretty much fills the whole front of a t-shirt. More gobbledygook? Read on, these terms and specifications are further explained below. There are two major digital image file types we need to look at with the artwork used in customising clothes. Each can be saved with different extensions. Which is the most appropriate for your particular design will depend on the circumstances, but both have a place in the world of screen printing, DTG printing and embroidery. Vector graphics are generally more versatile than raster images and tend to be favoured in screen printing and embroidery. However, either may work, depending on your project.