We have decades of experience in screen printing and enjoy every minute of developing new design ideas and printing t-shirts, bags, blankets and much more in our in-house screen print department. Printed t-shirts have become one of the most popular ways to promote your brand or message or bring a people together for a team or event. At Trophy House, we can print the job you need at a great price. Plus, we are home to the best deal around – $3.99 custom T-Shirt’s! Call today for more information.

Standard printing sizes and locations

Our standard full front is up to 13” wide x 16”high but may vary depending on the artwork.

Printing shirts center chest is becoming more and more popular. It is still big enough for great visability, but not overpowering if you are looking for a more subtle affect. A average size for this location can range from 5” to 10”.

Left chest is the most common placement, but if you nee a shirt decorated that already has a left chest logo, a right chest is another popular option. A typical size is 3 – 4” wide. If it’s a taller logo you may want to have it a bit smaller in width so the logo isn’t too large.

Full front printing on a hoodie is a little small than on a t-shirt due to the pocket on the front of the shirt. The maximum size for a full front hoodie imprint is 13 x 9″ We also can print right on the pocket!

Full back printing is similar to the full front. Our max printing for this location is 13” wide and 16” tall.

With the same dimensions as a left or right chest print, a back yoke print is great for a secondary logo or a message you want to keep understated. We typically suggest about 3 – 4” w with these, but it can be larger if you prefer. Keep in mind long hair can cover this one.

Don’t forget about the sleeve! It’s another great place to add a logo, especially if your company has multiple logos or a tagline you like to feature on apparel. Print size is also ideal at about 3 – 4” wide.

Some Things To Know

Artwork may need to be altered due to restrictions of garments including smaller sizes, seams and such. If changes are needed we will supply an alternate idea or suggestion for an effective application.

Artwork File Formats

We prefer artwork to be vector art with everything converted to curves. But we can work with:

Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, PDF (vector format), EPS, Hi-Resolution JPEG (300 DPI or greater)