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I came across STAGR today and thought it was worth passing on. The site let’s create your own t-shirts which isn’t anything new but it does it better than any other site I have seen. Unlike their compeition, STAGR uses a Flash interface that really lets you customize almost every aspect of the artwork you are putting on your clothes. You start by uploading your own art, using some of theirs or browse their themed galleries for inspiration. From there you can scale layer, rotate, flip, color and customize to your hearts content. For me as a designer this is the kind of control I have been looking for. Now if I can just convince them to add 4XL tall to take care of the 6’4″ guys like me – short people have all the fun.

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