We had to close down the Papernoise Society6 shop

#1

Just a quick note to inform you people that we had to close down our Society6 store. We are a looking into a replacement, and will keep you updated.

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#2

Sorry to hear that. Hope you didn’t end up getting ripped off.

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#3

No, it just started to become too complicated for us to manage.

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#4

Hi Hannes.

Do you mind me asking what you were selling on Society6? Was it T-shirts, prints, other stuff?

I’ve had some success with T-shirts on Cotton Bureau.

I’ve mainly done limited run screenprint T-shirts with them but they recently started offering on-demand, DTG prints too. They handle all the sales and fulfilment, designers get a cut of the profit.

It’s worth noting that they’re US-based so shipping and taxes can be a little steep for EU customers. That said, I think I’ve benefited from the larger US market. I’ve tried similar services here in the UK with far less success. I blame the weather!

Just thought I’d mention CB in case it’s helpful.

Good luck with the search for a replacement.

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#5

Hi!
We were mostly offering prints, cups and assorted swag. We have t-shirts over at https://synthpatcher.com/t-shirts/. But they are in the UK, so we might look into Cotton Bureau for the US market. Thanks for the tip!
If anybody has a good experience with a low-hassle EU-based place that does good quality prints, that would be really great.

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#6

This reminded me of a Madrona Labs blog post about using Printful for US/EU print-to-order shirts:

https://madronalabs.com/topics/7113-it-s-aalto-t-shirts

Not sure how they’ve turned out, but could be worth asking Randy about!

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#7

Hi Hannes,

you could check https://www.teepublic.com.

They‘re an US company but print and ship in EU for EU orders. I have some shirts which are good quality shirts and print.

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