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I've been with Zazzle for quite some time, and it was only recently that I discovered that they finally have a pattern for all-over-print T-Shirts. Since I already had a large collection of artwork stored on there, I began to put some of it on those shirts. Having them on models, which is also just a recent development, makes it so much nicer.

Here you can check out what is all in my store on Zazzle (aside from T-Shirts):
Art of the Mystic Otto Rapp

I actually have 3 Stores - the link above is for my former Artprojekt store,
but under the collections, I carry most of the items from all 3 stores

Back to the Tank Tops - here are some more images with links, but you can find them (and some older stuff) in my T-Shirt Collection

I used the my images on several different shirts, here are 4 examples of other all-over-prints:

There are many more items in my store, but I am most excited about the over-all-prints, because until not long ago, Zazzle did not have them.
I actually started my first collection with LEGGINGS

Zazzle is a fun sideline to utilize your art. For all these items I used mostly digital adaptions of details of my artwork. But with billions of products in that system, you need to advertise your stuff, and having a good website and using blogs is essential. While my main website is all about my art, I am working on a designer website, which is a work in progress:



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Die sind richtig cool geworden!!


Thank you! Now to find buyers, lol

wow, coole t-shirts, gibt's die auch für Männer?


I haven't used zazzle much, but I love the all over print shirt you can do in many such places. They are a great way to see a piece you've already made in a new light and with a bit of tweeking you can make it new and even cooler on clothes. Good job @thermoplastic We artists must put our art where we can and we have many more options today, eh?


true - I just discovered the all-over the other day since I was not paying much attention to the account. I had been on another service that specializes in all-over printing, but all of a sudden they eliminated the free accounts and wanted $ 20.- per month (plus a $ 75.- sign-up fee) for a pro account (which was optional before). I lost all the designs I made, since I am not paying! So I checked back on Zazzle again to see if I can use the designs on there. I am hoping that in time they will have more than just the t-shirts, leggings and some bags.

Finding all the blank product templates is sometimes difficult on Zazzle, so once I find them, I put them into my favorites. Here are the All-Over Print Templates
but you might want to try designing Shoes also - they were off line for a while, but are back again.
Here are my shoes:


Yes the all over for shoes and dresses are nice, I have some laid out for my own site that prints on demand, but I haven't launched it yet. I mean I use other aps to get the print on demand, but then it can be on my own site, but it's so much work. These shoes look so cool with your artwork!