The things we wear often represents something about us especially on our mood or emotions on the inside. We must not also disregard the purpose of the shirts which is to protect us from external harm and hide our private selves. In the website of Style.com.au/, you can design your own t-shirt that fits with your hats and jeans and print it either for your own consumption or for a group. What is best in this site is that they do not have limits on your design, printing or the amount of t-shirts you would like to buy. Plus you can share your designs on your blogs, Facebook, Twitter or other sites.
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You can add special embroidery work while doing online T-Shirt design on . You can use this website to do promotional T-Shirts for advertising purposes or to mark events in your groups or just birthday celebrations. You get to choose the colors, styles and once you place an order for your completed work, they will put their printers and screens to work to get you the exact design you made and have it delivered. You can work on T-Shirts, long sleeve shirts, sweatshirts, add logos and cities like New York, Dallas, Vegas and Portland. Add some personal humor or philosophical thought across the chest of that T-Shirt, Add something that is unique to you.
It has become very common for business owners and entrepreneurs to use their business logo on articles of clothing and other items. This gives a form of promotion that is mobile, because it is worn and will be seen by many people when you go out. It has been a standard practice for most companies to get pens with their company name and logo on it. Now people have move into the arena of apparel advertising. College students can get tops with their school logo. The hit show Sons of Anarchy Has many shirts and hats with their logo. Professional teams have their name, logo and the mascot printed on shirts for fans to purchase.
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Mail fraud laws are strong and time tested, a perfect vehicle to piggyback on for retaining artists' rights to profit from our own creativity.
To help you follow the thought pattern here, think this through
1 - dude has a t-shirt company and instead of paying for art to screen on his t-shirts, dude cruises the web and picks up images (steals them) from artists' art marketing websites.
2 - dude does slick photo manipulation and up-pixelates the stolen images and screens them onto his t-shirts
3 - dude sell the t-shirts on the web and then distributes them through THE MAIL
4 - dude gets tried for mail fraud and goes to prison for 20 years
Repeat the above for people who take pics off artist's websites and prints the pics on canvas and gives it a layer of paint (machines can do this now) and sells the stolen ima…