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Looking to print something special on your next run of shirts? Maybe you have a design or detail that you want to really POP! Astro has many specialty print finishes to choose from that can up your design game. Here are some examples of some...

When you are sending file for print, all files must be at least 300 dpi or Vector Format. Always design your art to the final print dimensions you require. Providing low-res art will result in a low-res looking print. Always feel free...

Believe it or not “bad” designs get printed all the time. We’ve put together a list of 3 main areas where we see people fail at creating good t-shirt design and why it’s considered “bad”. image 1. A message that doesn’t connect with your market, employees, fans...

We primarily reference the Pantone chart for all our colour mixing and matching. Using programs like Photoshop and Illustrator will give your accurate Pantone or PMS colours. A solid investment would be to purchase your own Pantone book....

In a post last week on the 10th, I brought you the first few recommendations from Leslie Docherty of Fat Buddha Store in Glasgow on how to pitch your brand of Tees to stores. Today we’ll cover the rest of his tips. Your brand name The name is...