Several RedBubble packages have been arriving this week, and now it is time to write a review about them.
As we have been selling Sean Adamas' artworks on some prominent print-on-demand (POD) online stores for the past two months, we are keen to know the product qualities from these stores and how well the prints turn out (who knows what alteration happens during scanning the works).
Our most intricate and colour demanding designs so far is Rayclest series. So we ordered: Rayclest 6 as graphics tee, Rayclest 3 & Rayclest 7 as throw cushions.
The product quality from RedBubble is great. They printed the designs onto the fabric first before sewing it into a product of your choice. The cushions turn out nicely, you can say that each product is tailor made.
The Graphic Tee comes neatly packaged (it was sent separately). The length and chest measurements on RedBubble's website is accurate. Do note that its length is slightly shorter than regular t-shirts, so if you like having your t-shirt with long rectangular look, order a size up. The black stitching is a nice touch contrasting the printed artwork.
Overall, we are very happy with the print quality. The brush and pen strokes are reproduced nicely with no pixellation. Moreover, RedBubble's estimated delivery time is pretty spot on too. Of course it all depends on your local postal system unless you opt for courier upgrade. As a bonus, they also include a sticker in each package.
Click here for RAYCLEST collection at RedBubble
Note: No colour editing on any of the photos. Text by Sean Adamas.
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All images copyright © 2016 Sean Adamas / RYOGA Design.
Created and posted: 23 July 2016 on www.ryogadesign.com.
We have a new set of original designs on our Society6 and RedBubble shops.
The Rayclest collection has 8 works, distinctive of Sean Adamas' painting and doodles. This collection is Sean's first fine artworks available as prints. These designs are also on clothing apparels, decorator items and iPhone cases.