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It’s as easy as customizing your own pizza. With Realeza Styles Custom Design we save you time and effort. You can easily add your image to any of our apparel.

At Realeza Styles, we have a wide range of products you can add your own design to, or we can design for a fee on shirts – classic tees, v-necks, tank tops, long sleeves, sweatshirts, kids apparel and more.

Simply submit your custom request and we will be in touch.

*Order fulfillment can take up to 6 weeks for our DTG products domestically and longer internationally. 

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Must Read Design Info

The recommended print size on your product is the entire print area.

Prepare your design in the exact same size, then you can scale it if you’d like.

Be careful of the pixel size next to the upload button. Random pictures from the internet can be problematic, use the DPI indicator on the layer to see if your design is big enough for printing.

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*4500 × 5700 pixels (the equivalent of 15” × 19” at 300 dpi) is the largest possible print size for DTG garments and is based on print pallet size used in the large DTG printers. Any artwork larger than the print area will be cut to size, which is shown on the product generator.

Print Colors
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The printing color range is more limited than what you will see on your computer screen. Vivid print colors won’t typically come through, so be careful about making this a central part of your design or idea.

We accept files with various color spaces, but our system does all operations in RGB. If you upload a CMYK file, be aware that our system will convert it to RGB and the colors might shift significantly.

When it comes to color (and especially print colors), people, computers, and printers view things differently. If these three perspectives don’t line up correctly, an end product’s print colors will look different from that same item on a computer screen.

The human eye can comprehend a clearly defined range of the electromagnetic radiation spectrum – known as ‘visible light’. This essentially equates to the colors of the rainbow.

 

When it comes to physics, both white and black are not considered to be legitimate colors; white is the presence of all visible wavelengths, while black is their complete absence/absorption by a particular surface.

 

Computers, on the other hand, are programmed to recognize various shades and tints relative to individual print color compositions of red, green, and blue (RGB). Finally, printers use yet another identification system: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (CMYK).