I’ve been thinking of selling print-on-demand stuff online. I want to choose an ethical service with good quality. I’m not expecting to make huge bucks or sell large volumes. Any recommendations? (boosts welcome)
I suggested having a look at Teespring.com (have never used it, though!) and he mentioned he had started having a look at Teemill.com, but I have no idea whatever happened with that.
I'm interested in making some t-shirts, too, that's why I've been following 😅
@estebanm @stelepami @nicepersonality Here's the problem with Redbubble: https://www.gq.com/story/accidental-model-redbubble-alt-right-t-shirts
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