Q: Which countries do you ship to?

A: Both the US and European marketplace orders are sent to almost all countries of the world. The main differences between marketplaces are that there are 163 destinations in the US and 122 destinations in the EU. Besides, products created in the European market do not ship to the United States. See the Complete List of Countries We Ship to (by Marketplace).

Q: What's the shipping time?

A: We usually deliver goods within a week / 7 business days, but depending on the item you choose and the order quantity, delivery times may vary. You can see the exact delivery time on the checkout page.

Q: What payment methods are available?

A: The payment method depends on the country from which we received the order and the total order amount.

PayPal: Quick and easy paying with PayPal – free online payment service. All you need is during your initial registration to enter your account details once. It’s a matter of a few clicks. You can be sure that your bank or credit card information is safe – PayPal doesn’t pass the information to us. If you use PayPal, we can immediately begin with the processing of your order. Further information regarding the PayPal service you will find at www.paypal.com.

Credit or debit card: The financial service provider will automatically charge your credit or debit card. The order you placed will be processed as soon as the required verification of your data is completed.

Q: Will you print everything I upload?

A: NO, we will not print:

  • Names, logos, pictures or other intellectual property of musical groups or musical artists, sports teams, colleges/universities, clubs or organizations such as Boston Red Sox, Girl Scouts of America, or Princeton University;
  • Characters, images, actors, or likenesses from cartoon networks, comic books, video games, movies, and television shows;
  • Trademarks, names, or logos for companies. For example, you can not use the name Coca Cola, Coke “It’s the Real Thing,” or the design from the cans;
  • Photos, caricatures, or other artwork depicting a celebrity – just because you take a picture of a celebrity does not give you the right to use the image on shirts, even if you alter the photo digitally. Personal rights are still owned, even if the person is no longer living.