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Snapshirt app lets you put just about anything on apparel
Because you can never have enough pizza-printed leggings.
BY NATALIE KRAWCZYK
We’ve seen our fair share of strange Kickstarter campaigns, but one thing that always surprises us is the crazy fashion that starts out as a Kickstarter campaign and how successful they turn out to be. One of the newest fashion related campaigns on Kickstarter is for SnapShirt, an application that allows users to take a photo and turn it into a T-shirt, hoodie and more.
The video says “imagine being able to transform anything you see” and this has us slightly worried about what people could take pictures of and have printed on a pair of socks. At first we questioned the idea, but who doesn’t want a hoodie with a delicious slice of pizza on it?
Look at all the pizza apparel you can own!
The possibilities are endless.
Though nice, we don’t recommend this look for casual Friday.
The campaign has just started and needs to reach $50,000, so if you want to get your hands on some custom designed all-over-print items you still have time to donate to the campaign.
What would you print on a T-shirt?
Photo via SnapShirt/Kickstarter