Are you open over the Christmas & New Year Break?
What Are Your Office Hours?
Our office is open from 9am-5pm Monday - Friday. We are closed on the weekends and public holidays. We appologise, but we do not take walk-ins. All meetings are by appointment only. It is best to call and/or email to speak with a representative to ensure we can help with your needs.
Please call 1300 795 840 and leave a messege with our receptionist or email us firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Sometimes we are busy in production and as such it is quicker to e-mail us email@example.com, as we constantly monitor our e-mails but are sometimes unable to answer phone calls.
Do You Have A Minimum Order On Shirts?
Short answer is : NO
1 - 3 Shirts : $25 - $30 per shirt
3 and Above : please refer to the website printing prices (Apparel Printing)
I Have A Quote For 50 Shirts But I Want To Order A Lesser Amount - Can I Get The Same Price As Originally Quoted?
Prices are driven by quantity ordered at any one time.
If your initial order was for 50 shirts & you got a great price based on 50, however, you decide to proceed with only 10 your price WILL be higher.
Just as if your initial order was for 50 BUT your decide to your order is now for 150, you can typically expect lower prices.
I Don't See A Style/Brand of Apparel I Want On Your Website - Can I Order It?
Our online catalog only shows a limited sampling of the brands/products we can obtain for your needs. While we may not have the ability to sell you any brand, typically if you email us what brand/style etc, we can find it for you & custom quote you on it.
(to read more about the artwork process Click HERE)
So you have your 'thought bubble' of what you want. If you have your graphic artwork ready to go then great. If not we can direct you to a graphic artist to work with you to achieve your goal.
Before we proceed be aware;
Insufficient artwork files require varying degrees of prepress work to ensure a high quality print. Luckily, we’re design experts! No matter the state of your source artwork, we can make it work, but that doesn’t mean its ideal. We're good but we cannot perform miracles.
Although we can make poor quality files work, they are not recommended. Often times if simple enough we can clean things up at no extra charge but depending on the complexity of the artwork, there may be an additional charge. The best thing to do is be certain your artwork is created to print specifications. Creating print-ready artwork on your own is actually quite simple, with the right design applications and knowledge.
All artwork is preferred in vector format at full size as Adobe Illustrator or Illustrator pdf files with all fonts outlined. Raster graphics must be created at full size and at 300 dpi or higher. We accept the following hi-resolution file formats: eps, ai, svg, pdf, psd, tiff, and hi-resolution jpgs.
***Vector file format artwork is strongly recommended.
All fonts must be converted to outlines or the font file(s) must be included with artwork. If you have questions regarding the print readiness of your artwork, please contact your graphic designer or our art department. Please do not send any Microsoft documents for printing. There are no Microsoft programs that allow users to create hi-resolution graphics for professional printing.
Please also note that simply placing a low-quality image into Illustrator and re-saving it does not by any means turn your design into a quality, print-ready design file.
Illustrator = vector based art
Illustrator can utilize pixel-based graphics from Photoshop, but not edit them with the same ease. Instead, Illustrator creates vector graphics. These are graphics that are NOT resolution-dependent—like pixels—and instead are comprised of points and lines that connect in a variety of ways to create line art. This line art can then be filled with, or outlined with color. Since most screen-printing is a print method that utilizes spot colors, and not much process printing, vector graphics are the perfect source file type.
Vector graphics are extremely versatile and very simple to manipulate. Their size can be changed without any concern about pixelization or loss of detail. This is definitely the preferred method for creating artwork for screen-printing as it also gives us a nice hard line edge, resulting in crisper images on screen and ultimately on garment. Common file types for vector-based graphics are .ai, .eps, and some—but not all–.pdf files.
What Forms Of Payment Do You Accept?
We currently accept VISA, Mastercard, Direct Debit, PayPal & Afterpay for all online orders of our apparal. Any custom orders that are pickups from our store can be paid for with same card options or cash.
How Can I Get Help?
If your questions are not answered in this section and you still need help or just want feedback about certain products, check out our Contact Us Page. Due to the amount of traffic, we cannot guarantee to get to the Facebook and/or Instagram messages.