Designing T-shirts can be a fun side business or side hustle that allows your creativity to flow and your design skills to shine. All you need are great tools and reliable supplies, such as those EcoFreen offers. In many cases, prospective designers will not pursue T-shirt design because they are not interested in handling the logistics of printing their own T-shirts- they just want to concentrate on designing. Fortunately, you can upload your designs to sell or wear at https://www.printful.com/t-shirt-printing, and not worry about the rest!
Need some inspiration for more designs? Check out five unique color combinations to play around with on your next T-shirt design.
1. Pale Blue and Light Pink
Perfect for nature-inspired and springtime designs, pale blue and light pink look fantastic together. You can either create a pale blue and light pink graphic to go on a white, black, or gray T-shirt, or you can put a pale blue graphic on a light pink T-shirt and vice versa.
This color combination is classy, uplifting, and looks great with nearly any color of pants or bottoms!
2. Orange and Dark Blue
Orange and dark blue is a particularly eye-catching combination, as it is reminiscent of a sunrise over the ocean. These colors look fantastic together on a white T-shirt or pair well with a small splash of white in a logo or design. It can also be interesting to switch around the shades of orange and blue. Try using lighter shades of orange with darker shades of blue, or the opposite.
3. Purple and White
Whether light or dark, purple looks like it was made to be paired with white. Dark purple has always been associated with royalty, and lighter purple reminds people of refreshing lavender and beautiful lilacs. Try a bold new design by challenging yourself to integrate these two colors into a logo or image, and experiment with adding more than one shade of purple to complement white.
4. Cobalt and Turquoise
For a complimentary, yet eye-catching combination, you can’t go wrong with cobalt and turquoise. These two colors may come from the same side of the color wheel, but they can make each other pop out in like few other color combinations.
Cobalt and turquoise are also well suited to pair with gold and silver, which may also feature nicely in a design.
5. Yellow and Gray
A more muted, yet still unique, color combination is yellow and gray. This combination can look great with a bold yellow and light gray, or a lighter yellow with a darker ash gray. Either way, you can create designs that draw inspiration from a contrasting yellow sun against gray clouds, fallen yellow leaves against gray asphalt, or any other natural yellow-gray occurrence you may see in everyday life.
When in Doubt, Refer to the Color Wheel!
Playing around with these unique color combinations can help inspire a new design whenever you feel stuck. If you want to look for your own personalized color combinations, take a look at the color wheel and experiment with complementary colors, triads, or analogous color combinations.