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Custom T-shirts

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Custom T-Shirts

Custom t-shirts are American’s favorite souvenir.

Put your logo on a t-shirt and it comes alive.

Build your brand, celebrate your event, create a memory.

It’s comfy, it’s versatile, and it says, “this is what I love” to anyone in your midst.

The sky’s the limit with custom tees: we can put your funny, or beautiful, or stylish, or timely, or clever, or just plain amazing design on a custom tshirt.

Whatever you want to screenprint, heat press, digitally print (DTG), or even sew on to a t-shirt, Imprint Revolution is the place for custom tees near you.

custom tshirt with Beats logo and Pills graphics

Custom T-shirts are how Americans love to say, “this is me!”

I want custom tshirts!

You’ve come to the right place! We’re the t-shirt experts.

We’ll help you…

  • Pick your t-shirt
  • Finalize your design (logo, catch phrase, artwork, etc)
  • Decide how you want to print (screen printing, DTG, cutting-edge heat transfer, or something wild)
  • Make it happen (we help you look good on a deadine)
An Imprint Revolution employee helps one of their customers.
A group shows off their custom screen printed shirts.

Can you screen print with special inks?


Standard plastisol ink is vibrant and long-lasting, and works great for 95% of projects.

Specialty screen print options are available, including:

  • Water-based / discharge screen printing
  • Puff screen printing
  • High density screen printing
  • Reflective inks

How much are custom t-shirts?

​Pricing is based on several factors, including:

  • Shirt / garment brand and style
  • Shirt / garment color
  • Number of print locations on the item (for example: front, back, sleeve, etc.)
  • Number of colors per print location
  • Quantity of garments per design (the more we print at the same time, the lower the price)

Get help from our expert team – KTLA called us the best place in Los Angeles for customized T-shirts.

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