Clothing retailer Uniqlo is now offering customers the opportunity to customize their T-shirts. Similar to what a custom screen-printed shirt would be, Uniqlo's rather unique UTme! app, available for Android and iOS, will allow users to custom print a shoot with their own designs or photographs. There is also a community gallery where you can see designs that your peers have created and also vote on them; it's like an Instagram for tees.

Additionally, shaking your phone will apply random effects to your design to spruce it up if you need help with some creativity to make your designs stand out.

Tees will sell for about $20 for the finished product. Uniqlo's site says that copyrighted materials cannot be used in the design, so originality is a must for creating your own custom shirts.

Source: Uniqlo, Via: Engadget

 
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radgatt says:

That's not bad for a custom T-shirt. Especially an app.

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bearmacerick says:

Only works in Japan.

Seixip says:

Just tried it out. Pretty cool. Reasonable price. But... they need to bring it to the States!

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Frazzel 001 says:

Sucks it's only for Japan

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JimBen73 says:

I use snaptee. It works great.

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DroidOn says:

Free shipping?

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fury2g says:

Yes! Now I need to buy a $1750 plane ticket to Japan!

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