Artist Devin Smith, also known as “Awesome Thanks,” has created a following by making miniature T-shirts with his insane, custom, handmade silk-screen machines.
The idea for the small tees came while Smith was working in a T-shirt factory back in 2013. There, drawing inspiration for his own designs, and over a five-month period, Devin built a mini factory as a gift for his employers. Following, he went on to develop the aforementioned silk-screen presses that are fully functioning.
Smith’s prints are completely customizable; you can even commission him to develop one of your designs here.
In related news, IKEA’s augmented reality app lets you design your own space in an instant.
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