Frequently Asked Questions

Q:How long does it take to get the shirts?

A: Orders are printed on a first come first served basis. Orders are shipped within 7 to 10 business days, M-F excluding Holidays and days mail is not delivered. In most cases, orders are shipped in 3-5 business days, depending on the complexity of the order. If your order needs more than 7-10 business days for processing we will reach out to you to let you know. We do not do "rush orders" as we treat all customers with the same respect.

Q: I’m good at drawing, but I don’t know how to use illustrator or photoshop… Can you remake my drawing into print ready artwork?

A: Yes, we can just email us at and we can take care of that for you.

Q: Why does it look like there’s a “box stain” and it feels really stiff?

A: We use pretreatment on our shirts so that the quality of the print remains vibrant and it will be able to last through the wash for many years. It’s required for us to spray this on colored shirts so that the white ink can stick to the shirt. Don’t worry its part of the DTG printing process.

Q: Do you do screen printing or embroidery?

A: Yes, we do! We mainly specialize in direct to garment printing. For any inquiries feel free to email us and we’ll take care of that for you It’s not on the website yet, but we are constantly adding new products to the website. Sadly, you’d have to contact us for a quote the old-fashioned way. Just email us for a quote!

Q: What if I want to supply my own shirts to print on?

A: Only customers in Baton Rouge or Gonzales can supply shirts to us at the moment. Please email us for a quote. It is recommended that most shirts contain mostly cotton! Full ringspun cotton blends is appropriate. Keep that in mind when choosing a garment for us to print on.

Q: I am a wholesaler looking to get bulk printing done, do you offer wholesale?

A: Absolutely, please email us at with your inquiry.

Q: Can I get my design on different colors or even get different designs on different colors?

A: Absolutely! You can order multiples colors of the same shirt style. The price will only be affected by the quantity. As long as they’re the same shirt style you can even get different designs on each shirt!

Q: Can I get my design on different color shirts?

A: Absolutely! You can order multiples colors of the same shirt style. The price will only be affected by the quantity. As long as they’re the same shirt style you can even get different designs on each shirt!

  • What is Direct-to-Garment printing exactly and how is it different from screen printing?

Digital printing is a much newer process that involves your artwork being processed by a computer, and then printed directly onto the surface of your product. Digital printing is not a heat transfer as the ink is directly adhered to the fabric of your shirt. Each printing process has its strengths, and our artwork team will weigh these when deciding which to use for your design.

Screen printing involves creating a stencil (printers call this a "screen"), and then using that stencil to apply layers of ink on the printing surface. Each color is applied using a different stencil, one at a time, combined to achieve the final look.

Digital printing is best used for items that require high amounts of detail (like p, and orders of a smaller quantity. Screen printing normally requires a minimum of 24 while digital printing has no minimum. The fact that the digital printer does not use screens allows for a photographic print, with much more detail than traditional screen printing. 

The fact that the design is processed and printed digitally allows for a quantity of one, since there are no screens or physical setup.

  • Protected Imagery

Wondering if you can make awesome super-fan shirts for you and your friends to wear to your favorite team’s season opener? Want to design magical tote bags for the family to carry around Disney World? Although we are obligated to follow all copyright laws and won’t print any orders that may aid in producing non-licensed merchandise for illegal resale, we promise navigating trademarks and copyrights isn’t scary!

Official graphics used on everything from album covers to football jerseys are protected property.

To use images protected by trademark or copyright in a design, we first need permission from the owner or trademark holder. Normally the licensing department of a major sports franchise, a band's management team or even a listed university faculty member can give permission.

We need approval to print any protected content for:

  • Bands/Musicians
  • Celebrities
  • TV/Movies
  • Colleges
  • Pro-Sports
  • Greek
  • Brand Logos/Names
  • Disney

If you have written permission to use the image, please submit it to us at

If not, we can remove those parts of the design or help you replace them with something from our fantastic artwork collection.