- We've been using Teespring for years. It's great for quick, small run prints (e.g. 50 t-shirts) and they also offer Teespring Direct for ongoing company orders.
This site has been the bane of indie artists and fan parody artists for years. They don't show sellers' info on the campaigns, so taking legal action is complicated. They are slow to remove stolen items and never ban the thieves from using their service or block ISPs which are known to be used for recurrent intellectual property theft. The only ones who get tough crack-downs are those who are stealing trademarks and copyrighted materials which belong to big corporations.
I have an account on their site purely to have faster access to communications in order to have my stolen images removed. It's better to get yourself a real shop on Threadless, Zazzle and other such sites rather than use the "campaign" style ones. They aren't seen as crowdfunding sites. They are seen as havens for thieves to anonymously sell in.
- @Veronica We personally use Printful for our brand! The quality, customer service, product pricing and turnaround time are great! To name a few of their features: -There is no upfront cost, you only pay for the printing/product when an order is placed by a customer. -No inventory to worry about, since they are a print on demand company. -Printful also syncs with TONS of ecommerce sites, such as Shopify, Amazon, Woocommerce, BigCartel. -Product pricing is upfront. No hidden fees. -They handle all fulfillment and shipping of orders placed by your customers. -No minimum orders! With direct to garment printing, they print on demand, at a low flat cost per product. -They offer a ton of blank products, other than t-shirts. -They also have a wide variety of blank t-shirts, that are super soft! I just tossed out my favorite features, quickly! Please, let me know if you have any question and I can try my best to answer them. Hope this helps! :)