A t-shirt is the bread and butter of everyone’s wardrobe. You can dress it up or dress it down. A t-shirt is extremely versatile and you can wear it almost everywhere! And if you’re the lucky few, you can even pull off wearing t-shirts at your workplace.
Printcious customised t-shirts are made with high quality Gildan’s 100% cotton short sleeve t-shirt. The material is soft and breathable yet durable enough to withstand washes without shrinking and tearing. The cut for the arms are wide-cut to ensure relaxed arm movement. It also features ribbed neck for comfort and ease of wearing. These t-shirts are available from sizes S to XXL. There is also a size chart available if you’re not sure what size would fit you. The t-shirts comes in black, white, pink, light green, light blue, light yellow, purple and grey.
Printcious has an extensive collection of designs (over two thousand) to choose from, but these are a few of my favourite genres.
Humour t-shirts are one of the easiest t-shirts to pull off. It’s a conversation starter, it attracts attention and it’s usually just typography so it’s easy on the eyes. Check out this “Fork Off” t-shirt. It is definitely a play on word on the infamous F bomb. Caution, you might not want to wear this to meet your future in-laws for the first time.
I may not know a lot about programming, and from the stories I’ve heard of it I’m not going to start. I bet programmers take pride in their everyday keyboard battle… so wear your uniform with pride! This category consist both humour and motivation and if you’re not code savvy, you might not get it (and that’s the point). For the times you’re just done looking for the error in your flood of codes, this “It’s Not a Bug, It’s a Feature” might be what you’re looking for.
Malaysia is a unique country. Now I won’t go to the extent of saying we’re the most harmonious bunch of citizens, but we are possibly the most diverse country in the world. And there’s always ups and downs to that! The Slang t-shirt speaks to you in ways no others will. Also on the humour typography side, but in your local language. Understanding basic local expression of various culture is the pride of Malaysians. “Relax la bro..” or “You go yumcha bojio?” is a mix of different languages which we might not fully speak, but we get it. Here’s the ever popular “Don’t Play Play” expression on a t-shirt.