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Shirtlab completes military insignia t-shirt artwork collection
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Oct '11
Shirtlab, a state-of-the art online t-shirt design website, has announced the completion of the military t-shirt designs section with the addition of dozens of military insignia. The insignia for many different regiments are available in full colour or single colour versions and can be used in the design lab to create personalised military t-shirts for any purpose.

"The new section is full of insignia and design ideas for personalised military t-shirts now, and I have to say that we're really proud of it," said Steve Beynon, founder and MD of Shirtlab. "The insignia look fantastic in their own right, and we have a wide range from the Royal Armoured Corp through to Queen's Dragoon Guards."

When asked why single colour versions have also been made available, Steve replied; "Shirtlab is all about flexibility and ease of t-shirt design, so we included single colour versions to give customers the most choice when designing their t-shirts. Single colour designs tend to be cheaper too," Steve explained, "so some may prefer that, whilst others may want a single colour as a design choice. The important thing is that we make it as easy as possible for people to design the t-shirts they want, whether they're for a particular military tour, a ski trip or another kind of group event," Steve concluded.

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.

A single customised garment can be produced, or a group design can be made, allowing the simple creation of team shirts by adding individual names and numbers to a single base design. As garments are designed the all-inclusive per item price is displayed clearly, including design set-up, delivery and VAT. Designs can be stored so that repeat orders can be made easily, or the design adapted at a later point. With the blend of easy-to-use online garment design technology, transparent pricing and a full money back guarantee, all you need to create a customised T-shirt for you and your team, club or organisation is your imagination.

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