WHAT! This Site Lets You Turn Any Image Into Clothing
Iron-ons have been good to us over the years, but when something this revolutionary is underfoot, we’re ready to say goodbye to transfer paper and hello to something a little more pro.
Introducing Print All Over Me, a service from the design geniuses behind Byco that lets you take your favorite work of art, pattern, or selfie and have it literally printed all over a big comfy sweatshirt, tote bag, or not-so subtle pair of PJ pants.
Pick from tons (and we mean tons!) of prints already designed on their site. Or fire up Photoshop and get the pattern party started. Right now tees go for $28 and button-up shirts are at the high end, ringing in at $89. If the tees and totes don’t float your boat, product suggestions are encouraged. We’re pressing send right now on our bathing suits and underoos request.
So, how does it work? It’s pretty easy. Submit your design, which magically ends up in a studio outside of Shanghai where it is printed onto fabric. The fabric is cut, sewn together to achieve your desired look, then shipped to your home in two to four weeks.
Basically, with a few clicks of a mouse, you’ll fulfill your otter-cam-obsessed sister’s dream of owning a sweatsuit filled with furry faced water animals… or help your BFF always keep you in their thoughts with a portrait of yourself printed on a hat. Better yet, put Ryan Gosling’s mug on a pillow and gift yourself.
If you make something really good, they’ll even sell it to the public. You’ll get 20% of the sales and a whole boatload of bragging rights.
So? What’s your first wearable masterpiece going to be?! Type all over the comment wall.