I just received the shirts of my first design Woot printed on February 4th. I ordered three of them, one for me, one spare (just in case something happens to the first one) and a third one to frame it. Like I said before, this is the first design of mine that a big shirt company prints, and I wanted to mark the occasion. I though of taking the shirt to some art framing place and let them do all the hard and professional work, but then I came across a link someone shared on Woot’s forums to “Make a t-shirt into hangable art”. I’m still debating if I should take it to a professional or save some money and try it myself. Either way, I’ll post the results here as soon as I have it on a frame.