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I'm looking at having some T shirts printed for our VinArt event.

Has anybody used a good local, or internet, T-shirt printer?

I have a quote for £14 for quite nice shirts from the UK.
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You could ask Daniel Oliver who has an art work atelier in St. Eugenie (Le Soler). He does posters for exhibitions, cinemas etc and next time I'm in the PO he will plastify a 1m60x1m20 cinema poster of Sweeney Todd (for Alizée). He's the only guy I know who could do this. I'm not sure if if he could/would do teeshirts, but I imagine so.. His number is 04 68 84 18 78 and his atelier is located on the old traverse to Toulouges about 50 meters further than the ED shop. If you contact him say bonjour from me!
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There's a small shop at Argeles Port. They do embroidering of many products. My wife's dog club has a embroidered a bunch of items and they're quite happy. I was asking them to embroider beach bags for my apartment and they offered about 5 € per copy, including the bag.

They can embroider fairly standard logos but if you want something special, they charge a bit more. They have tee-shirts in stock too.

The shop is located in the middle part of this port. It's easy to find.

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Santiago wrote:I'm looking at having some T shirts printed for our VinArt event.

Has anybody used a good local, or internet, T-shirt printer?

I have a quote for £14 for quite nice shirts from the UK.


Go to perps market next sunday buy a loadas tee shirts for any were between 1&2euros,Send them in to your kids school and give the teachers(who can then give them to the kids at art class) the name you want on them and then it will be done for free AND each tee shirt will be unique.Thus adding value to the tee shirts and the brand that is Dom Treloar...........sorted.
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Post by Kate »

Ordicopy in Ceret print T shirts (or certainly they did last year)
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Thanks for the ideas folks. I like the school art project idea!

I've looked for that shop in Argeles port before and couldn't find it. Can you explain where it is.

Thanks
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Santiago
The shop in Argeles Port is called "Broderie Impression Publicite" and it's two doors to the restaurant "Le Blue Marine" (which is also the best restaurant in the port).

There was a sign which said "Open" and there was times published.

Here's their telephones.

04 68 95 98 49

06 09 74 44 74

If you take a visit, carry enough clothes. It's cold at the Port.

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Thanks
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Jonathan,
You cannot miss the staff there are all wearing "T Shirts"

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Epson, at least, sell packs of 'iron on peel off' transfer paper so you can print your own design and DIY.

For a small run it works well and is cheap.
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Post by rbg »

Need to get tee shirts printed.
Did you find someone good Santiago?
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