Pave your own path
How you promote your music to your fans matters. As an indie artist, you have the opportunity to define your own success—and custom band merch helps you achieve your goals on your own terms. Bringing custom merchandise to your shows is great for music promotion. It helps you earn more profits each night, expands your brand even when you’re not performing, and creates a community loyal to your message.
Bringing custom artist merch and band merchandise to your shows is great for music promotion. Selling various merch items helps you earn more profits each night, expands your brand even when you’re not performing, and creates a community loyal to your message.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why Create Custom Artist Merch?
Creating custom artist merch is a great way to share your brand, increase your exposure, and reach a wider audience. Items like custom shirts with original art or tour dates are great ways to personalize merch! With Disc Makers, you can create your own custom artist merch quickly and easily. We offer high-quality printing and graphic design services for custom items.
What Custom Band Merch Items Should You Create?
For musicians, creating custom shirts is an essential part of connecting with the audience and fans. Create custom t-shirts, hoodies, and tote bags, with the graphic design ideas of your choice.
What is the difference between recycled-content and post-consumer recycled content?
A recycled-content product is an item that contains recovered materials that are sorted for usability before ending up in a landfill. They can be classified into two categories: pre-consumer and post-consumer waste.
Pre-consumer materials comes from large manufacturers that dispose excess material like paper or cardboard trimmings. It’s a natural by-product when making consumer goods, and we are using them to their fullest potential.
Post-consumer material is collected after a product completes its life cycle as a consumer item. It’s collected in commercial and residential recycling programs to re-use the material (i.e. paper, cardboard, aluminim, etc.) rather than throwing it into a landfill.