t-shirts colours

One question that remains is the problem of t-shirt colour. While designers are “limited” to only one colour t-shirt, we are left wondering if future designs will be placed on various different t-shirt colours.

The answer to that question is evolving as we speak.

It first happened with the now famous WolFox design eSempowenis. Originally this design was submitted on a pink t-shirt and even though it was on a difficult colour choice it still made the top spot. Since then eSempowenis has been such a hit that it has been reprinted a few times and has ended up on 4 different colour t-shirts (pink, white, blue and army green). This is, at the moment, the best a design can hope to do in regards to being placed on multiple t-shirts colours.

The eSempowenis may have been an aberration of the norm, howe4384581894_33b3ace318ver it seems that this phenomenon is not limited to design that are the biggest sellers. Every now and then a design comes along that we know will simply look gorgeous on a different colour t-shirt. Examples of this can be seen with Forest in my Mind, Taxi Wars and Colour Culture.

The latest deviation in the multiple t-shirt colour design scenario is the recent winner Dotnot, with Who’s your daddy?

This design has already grown quickly in popularity and the demand has been very promising. Considering that the Who’s your daddy? design has only just arrived at HQ, I was surprised to see that we also already have the red version. WoW, now I’m stuck between which colour I want now! Unfortunately it will be going into Winter soon, so I will become extra pasty white…which doesn’t work very well with yellow haha…makes me look sick 😛
Maybe that means red is the way to go 😀

The t-shirt colour debate rages on, which designs deserve it? Should it be based on popularity or our own hunch here at HQ. Maybe the answer lies in the public. Maybe when a design wins the community should also get to vote on a whole host of colour variations? Hmmmm I know logistically that could end up being a serious headache, but what else can we do.

What do you all think? Is there a logical way around deciding who and on what colour?

You cruise across to our website, create an account, download our template pack, send in your appropriately placed designs, wait for us to ok your design and then hey presto they will be ready for voting. One question that remains is the problem of t-shirt colour. While designers are “limited” to only one colour t-shirt, we are left wondering if future designs will be placed on various different t-shirt colours.
The answer to that question is evolving as we speak.

It first happened with the now famous WolFox design eSempowenis. Originally this design was submitted on a pink t-shirt and even though it was on a difficult colour choice it still made the top spot. Since then eSempowenis has been such a hit that it has been reprinted a few times and has ended up on 4 different colour t-shirts (pink, white, blue and army green). This is, at the moment, the best a design can hope to do in regards to being placed on multiple t-shirts colours.

The eSempowenis may have been an aberration of the norm, however it seems that this phenomenon is not limited to design that are the biggest sellers. Every now and then a design comes along that we know will simply look gorgeous on a different colour t-shirt. Examples of this can be seen with Forest in my Mind, Taxi Wars and Colour Culture.

The latest deviation in the multiple t-shirt colour design scenario is the recent winner Dotnot, with Who’s your daddy?

This design has already grown quickly in popularity and the demand has been very promising. Considering that the Who’s your daddy? design has only just arrived at HQ, I was surprised to see that we also already have the red version. WoW, now I’m stuck between which colour I want now! Unfortunately it will be going into Winter soon, so I will become extra pasty white…which doesn’t work very well with yellow haha…makes me look sick 😛
Maybe that means red is the way to go 😀

The t-shirt colour debate rages on, which designs deserve it? Should it be based on popularity or our own hunch here at HQ. Maybe the answer lies in the public. Maybe when a design wins the community should also get to vote on a whole host of colour variations? Hmmmm I know logistically that could end up being a serious headache, but what else can we do.

What do you all think? Is there a logical way around deciding who and on what colour?