Slick site, and I like how organised their kit looks, but there are better ways to decorate a t-shirt. If you use a blank screen (in combination with a thin stencil) you'll get a more even ink deposit than using a roller. Textile ink should hold up better than spray paint (spray paint might not wash out, but it does fade). If you want repeatability (a whole run, not just 1-3 shirts) paper stencils and a screen aren't great... but if you're doing 4 or more shirts, you could justify emulsion and sun exposure to get a proper screen.
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