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T-shirt design lab adds military artwork range
05
Sep '11
In response to the increasing popularity of military tour t-shirts, Shirtlab has added a new range of military artwork to the online t-shirt design lab. The artwork includes army badges and military insignia for use in the creation of personalised military tour t-shirts, regimental t-shirts, caps and sweatshirts.

"We have received a lot of orders for military tour t-shirts and wanted to make it even easier for people to design their own tour t-shirts and the like," said Steve Beynon, MD and founder of Shirtlab. "For example, we've printed a lot of Afghanistan tour t-shirts in recent months."

When asked why he thinks military tour t-shirts and caps are so popular, Steve replied; "I think that it's the same reason why we receive orders for lots of group t-shirts; when people embark on a trip or special event together, they like to have a t-shirt or specially customised clothing to reinforce the fact that they are part of a tight-knit group of people. The memories of these tours will be with them for the rest of their lives," Steve explained, "and having something to wear in years to come will, I hope, bring back memories of serving with their fellow soldiers in difficult circumstances, but persevering nonetheless."

Shirtlab provides a state of the art online promotional garment design service, providing easy to use design tools that create outstanding personalised T-shirt designs with minimal effort. The Shirtlab design lab makes it easy to vary the colours of uploaded images, place text on the design and add an outline colour, whilst the text design tool makes it easy to add special effects to lettering. Real garment images are used, providing a photo-realistic mock up of your personalised garment which can be viewed front and back and rotated.

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