© Sara Lintner 2006–2017
How do I care for my shirt?
Please keep in mind when purchasing a shirt that they will shrink after the first wash and the color will slightly fade. For best results, machine wash cold, tumble dry low, and do not iron on the printed area.
All shirts are printed on American Apparel tees. American Apparel shirts are made in Los Angeles, California and are sweatshop-free. For those not familiar with American Apparel shirts, should know that they are cut for a “youthful shape.” They run small and fit snugly on the body. Click here to view American Apparel’s sizing chart.
What is your shipping policy?
I ship USPS First-Class Mail with delivery confirmation.
Do you sell wholesale to shops?
Yes! If you would like wholesale information, please email email@example.com with your request.
Can I hire you to print shirts for my business/band/etc.?
Sorry, but I am not a print shop. If you just need your design printed, I cannot help you with that but I can definitely recommend some printers. If you need a shirt, or anything else for that matter, custom designed (by yours truly) and printed, with a minimum order of 50, we can talk. To me, designing is the best part!
Are your products mass-produced?
No. It is either made by me personally or I do have some printing done by a local mom & pop printshop. Everything is made in small runs, so quantities are limited.
Can I use your photos for my blog/project/etc.?
I am flattered when people link to and write about my work, but if you’d like to use any of my images, please link back to me. All of my work is protected by copyright and any other unauthorized use is prohibited.
Is this your full-time job?
Well…almost. In November 2009, I did leave my full-time design position to focus on Too Many Suitors, as well as work as a freelance graphic designer. Please visit my design portfolio website at www.saralintner.com.
I have more questions, can I contact you?
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Although I try my hardest to respond as timely as possible, please be patient since I’m only one person.