Doodle T-shirts

You can now find Doodle T-shirts in the online shop

The PMuInk t-shirt shop is bought to you by Teemill, an ethical online printing organisation.  So you can be guilt free and look cool as the back of your fridge!

Art doesn’t have to be worthy to be worth sharing… or wearing!

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If you have a favourite PMu doodle that you would like to see turned into a t-shirt, leave a link in  the comments below.


4 thoughts on “Doodle T-shirts

  1. writingbolt says:

    So, we DON’T have to wear art and/or show it to anyone? Confusing promotion.

    And, what makes this printing company so ethical that we don’t have to care about anything other than forking over money for one more novelty garment? They SAY they create low emissions and use “organic” materials? [And, why do I want to look like the back of a refrigerator?]

    Granted, some of your work might look good on a simple dress or shirt…or a kerchief, handbag, etc.

    Liked by 1 person

    • PMu says:

      Well you don’t have to fork over money for anything. It’s an offer not a directive. Out of all of the printing companies out there teemill tend to have the fairest most transparent approach to the profit split I’ve found. They also have very comprehensive information on how the source materials on their website. The profit margins are less than on other sites but by using them I am more confident about where the materials are coming from , how they are transported and how the rest of the money is used. So less cash in my pocket but I have more faith in them than sites like cafe press. If I’m going to offer out a product I want to know that it is something I would buy myself. If you have any other questions or concerns though I would recommend contacting them as they seem very engaged and helpful so far


      • writingbolt says:

        I’ve never heard of either company. But, from experience, sometimes, what is printed as “nutritional information” is not always accurate. A good sales pitch or well-designed ad can convince people business is a good cause. Much the way Uncle Sam used to inspire common Joes to enter military service and the 50s “pinup” Santa sold Coca-Cola.

        I don’t mean to be a boo-hoo. It’s just there are so many quick-to-manufacture “swag” sites stirring the pot of impulse shopping. People are pumped up to think they need this and that at an impulse’s notice only for the wants to pile up til the new replaces the old and the old ends up in a landfill or homeless bin.


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