This is a hand print using a manual silk screen press. Each print is a 9 step process to create. I use a special technique of layering the inks to create a old school, vintage feel. Map of downtown Cleveland, with a red, white and blue stripe going through it. Each print is uniquely distressed due to the specialized printing technique. Great way to show some pride in the city of Cleveland Ohio.
The Ladies tee has somewhat of a slim fit, similar to a juniors cut. If your in between sizes or like a looser fit it may be a good idea to go a size up. Check out the sizing chart to make sure you're ordering the right size. Let me know if you have any questions.
I ship all shirts USPS First class under 13 ounces and USPS Priority over 13 ounces. I really work hard to get each shirt shipped to you as quick as possible. If I have it in stock it's going out same or next business day. If the shirt isn't in stock then it typically takes an extra couple days to get the blank shirt and print it. Just be assured i'm working as hard as possible to get it out to you. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
I'm very fair as far as returns go. If there was any issues with the shirt or print let me know right away and i'll be happy to resolve the issue for you free of charge. I work really hard at providing a great quality product and i'll do whatever necessary to make you happy with your purchase. If you'd like to get a different size, i'll exchange it out no problem as long as you take care of the extra shipping.
Hi, my name's Tom. I started WataTees about 2 years ago and have worked extremely hard to grow it to what it is today. I do this full time and work about 100 hours a week at it. I taught myself every aspect of the business and extremely meticulous throughout every step of the process. If you'd like to find out more about how I got into this business, please take the time to read the about page: https://www.etsy.com/shop/watatees/about/
A good shirt starts with the artwork. I pay extra special attention when creating the artwork for each shirt. This ultimately results in very uniform, symmetrical designs. I work mainly in Adobe illustrator and photoshop.
I silk screen every print. Silk screen is by far the best process of decorating a garment. It produces bold coloring that really makes a statement. It is also the most durable way to decorate a garment. I've recently upgraded my silkscreening press to the absolute best manual press on the market. Each print is sharp, crisp and bold. Printing on a manual press also lets you get creative with the printing technique. I have produced some truly amazing prints through techniques I have created myself.