I wanted to make the dancing monkey and moai t-shirts available and was going to do it via Cafe Press. I had heard a bunch of horror stories about them, but they seemed to be the only game in town. So, I ordered a couple shirts from them (the "die puny humans" one, for example) to see what the quality was.
Well, they were pretty crappy. The t-shirts were Hanes Beefy Ts, which are fine. The graphics, though, were put on in exactly the same way as the ones I did by hand. So, they began to fade immediately. Bleah. And the only color shirt you can get is white.
Surfing around, I saw a number of people mention Zazzle as an alternative to Cafe Press. I ordered a couple shirts (as well as the wartime prints I hung up at Camp), and they're great. So, you can now go to the Foam Totem Schwag Shoppe at Zazzle and order replacement (or properly sized, or the other design) shirts. I get a couple bucks as a royalty-- I can't set it to zero.
The designs on these shirts a a little bit larger than the originals. The originals were restricted by the 8.5 x 11 paper I had. Besides, the originals should be... original.
The "premium" t-shirt is not 100% cotton, but is a nice and soft poly/cotton
blend. The standard t-shirts are Hanes Beefy Ts. You can't really fail with either. You can select different colors too.
Zazzle's not exacly cheap. The unit cost ranges from $14 to $18 or so. That's 1.5 to 2 times more than me doing them by hand, but the quality is better. If I was going to make a bunch of shirts, I might do something else (especially if it was only one color like the monkey). That said, Zazzle does give a discount when you buy multiples (5% at 2, 10% at 12, 17% at 50), plus I get a 10% discount on shirts I designed. (Quick calc: for 20 shirts that's 11.30 a shirt, which ain't bad.)