Whether you are designing branded apparel for your business or all-new uniforms for a sports team, one of the most exciting aspects of creating custom clothing is deciding on where the design or logo should go. In the screen-printing industry, there are several classic screen printing locations on clothing you can choose from but you can also get creative by choosing a unique location for your design. In this guide, we explore all of the possibilities available to you.
Screen Printing Locations on Clothing
Depending on the type of clothing you wish to customize, there are a variety of ways you can help your apparel stand out from the crowd and draw attention to your cause or organization. If your custom design features a wordmark, the upper area of a shirt is perfect for any logo that features distinct text or a typographic treatment of the name you wish to display. If your branded apparel is based on icons or symbols and you would like to use up more space, the whole or lower area of a shirt gives you plenty of opportunities to showcase a large design.
Within the upper area of a shirt, you can place a small logo around the left or right chest, on the pocket, or just above the pocket. You can also place a small logo in the lower left or lower right corner of a shirt. If you would prefer that the artwork or wordmark of your design be the centerpiece of your custom apparel, you can utilize the center front or full front of the shirt to help it pop. Don’t forget about the back, which can serve as a great advertising space. You can utilize the top, center, or lower part of the shirt to place your design. You can also utilize the sleeves and sides of your shirt.
At MSP Design Group, we understand that some clothing designs are complex and call for unique placement. That is precisely why we encourage our customers to be as creative as they want. Using our online design tool, you can drag and drop a pre-designed template and edit it as you see fit or upload your own design and turn your vision into a reality. You can also add art, text, and distress effects along the way until you achieve the desired result. We would be happy to learn more about your custom apparel needs. If you have any questions about screen printing locations on clothing, please feel free to contact us for more information.