Arabic, Dutch, English, French, General, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Yiddish, Shopping, Kids
Revised May 3, 2013
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
According to its website, CafePress has “the world’s largest selection of artist-designed t-shirts, clothing, accessories, housewares and gifts.”
I have included this company here because they happen to sell numerous foreign-language items, such as mugs, hoodies, posters, clocks, and more, emblazoned with foreign-language alphabets, words, and ideas.
On my last visit to the CafePress website, for example, I saw a clock with Chinese characters, various Hebrew-themed mugs, and a poster of the Russian alphabet. I also found an organic baby T-shirt from FluentBaby with line drawings of a bunny, ice cream, a plane, etc., labeled in both Arabic and English.
A cautionary note: I did not always find it easy to navigate CafePress’s site to locate particular language products, so I recommend you be specific in your search terms. If you want a certain alphabet on a mug or T-shirt, enter the word “alphabet” along with the language and the item description.