It’s a question we’re frequently asked Deep Dub Trauma Mix Fear Factory shirt. Print or embroider? The best choice for custom clothing and branded merchandise? Screen printing, embroidery or direct-to-garment printing. Whatever your project, start-up streetwear or established business, choosing the right option can make a huge difference to your production costs. And the overall success of the project. Getting it right could be what sends your brand to the next level. The thing that promotes your company or communicates your idea in the most effective and professional manner.
Deep Dub Trauma Mix Fear Factory shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
It’s a four-color print and very soft Deep Dub Trauma Mix Fear Factory shirt. On darker t-shirts, to get a vibrant finish you have to use more ink, usually an under-layer of white. This can make the print a little heavy which I am not particularly fond of. I think this t-shirt only uses one layer and that’s why the print is light and heavy. It would also explain why the colors are not so vibrant. I’m not saying vibrant colors are required, in fact, I think the muted colors on this t-shirt suit the design. The print quality is not so bad, but it’s not great. In the white (whitish) part of the design, the black from the t-shirt seeps through and the spoiler alert text is not sharp. It may be intentional, but it just looks like a poor print. It’s very small and doesn’t take away from the t-shirt too much though.
The tees are $22.99 with free US shipping or $5 shipping to US. I guess it’s not a bad price.
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