If you consider yourself to be a trendsetter, or at the least the mold was broken when you were born, then you'll enjoy the idea of wearable art.
During the initial stage of my business plan, I tried to find a way to incorporate my art and my fashion ideas. I did a lot of searching for sites that would allow me to have my art transferred onto clothing. Let's just say the task was a little more challenging than expected.
There are two types of all-over printing I focused on: Dye-sublimation and DTG or Direct to Garment printing. Dye-sublimation focuses more on polyester blend materials and DTG focuses more on a broader range of fabrics, including cotton and cotton blends.
When deciding to incorporate this idea into your business, or simply into your closet, there are a few of factors to consider:
1. What type of fabric do you want for you garment?
2. What type of garment are you getting printed?
3. What price do you want to pay
For the Most part, dye-sublimation and the DTG processes are very similar. Both types can create a noteworthy fashion statement, Cost is the main difference between the two.
There are several sites that can create the all-over look you're trying to achieve, but if you're willing to spend a little more to have more options, one cool site is PAOM (Print all over me). This site offers a broad range of garments to choose from, Male and female fashions are available as well as accessories like hats and gym bags.