Welcome to RandomTeeShirts.com. If you're looking to design your
own t-shirts, please feel free to use the templates below. It can
be difficult to keep track of CafePress' image sizing, so by using
these templates, you should save yourself a lot of hassle. One thing
to note about the ".ai" templates is that the size that
Adobe Illustrator generates is not quite what it is supposed
to be at times. Once you've generated the file in Illustrator, take
the jpg, gif, or png (don't use .bmp...it is an awful format) file
and open it in Photoshop, ImageReady, or your photo-manipulation
software of choice and tweak the canvas size.
In Photoshop or ImageReady, select Image > Canvas Size and adjust
Basic graphics note: If you're saving something that looks like a photo,
use "JPEG" (which stands for "Joint Photograper's
Expert Group"...remember JPEG=Photo). If something looks more
like a logo or graphic, you probably want to use "GIF."
GIF is an acronym for "Graphics Interchange Format."
CafePress Image Size Chart