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:
this was previously posted on WeKu