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spreadshirt.com

Website Review   by:YappingDog    
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Custom made clothing that isn’t wetter than a hygiene obsessed sponge with a bladder disorder. At long last you can design and order baseball caps proudly stating that “<Insert name> is No#1” and you too can be struck down by the wrathful thunder of a jealous God. Seriously, so long as you’re not planning on selling the things you make (and that is a real option, they handle the printing and delivery and all the costs, all you have to worry about is coming up with merchandise people will want to buy and making sure that they see it) you can do pretty much anything. Scan pictures onto your computer and have them printed off on T-shirts, complete with captions that seem witty to you, which is all that really matters right? (Wrong as it happens, but let’s go into that some other time) Slap on your favourite webcomic or your partner’s face (or bodypart of your choosing) or a photoshopped copy of the Mona Lisa or a still from a movie or cartoon or just, anything. If you can dream it up and think it might look good it’s worth a shot, they print on good starting products and don’t charge a fortune, less than most high street shops would for items in a range that isn’t as unlimited as your imagination. And custom items make truly awesome gifts, you can give someone something that no-one else in the world will ever have, something that corresponds exactly to their most obscure quirks and wants. Everyone’s an artist deep down inside, don’t let “the man” tell you what kind of clothes you want to buy, do what I tell you to instead. It’s just as crippling to your creativity and pioneering spirit, but you might at least have a little more fun while your soul is being squeezed out like a shrivelled lemon, and you’ll be following orders that are new and fresh and exciting, filled with possibilities. Better the devil you don’t know and so forth. I’d say it’s well worth a look.
Published: July 12, 2005   
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