Infectious, a startup that makes high quality decals and skins that let you customize the look of your iPhone, car, laptop, skateboards, and more, is launching a new feature today: one off prints of your own custom designs. Starting today users will be able to use an integrated Flex app to upload their own images, which they can then have printed out on high quality adhesive stickers (or decks, in the case of skateboards).
We’ve been watching Infectious for a while — back in May 2008 the site launched large, vinyl decorative stickers for your car, and they released decorative iPhone covers just in time for last year’s holiday season. The company has since expanded to include laptop skins, custom skateboard decks, and wall prints. But up until now, customers could only choose from the Infectious catalog of art work. That offers a pretty good selection, but obviously being able to craft your own design is going to make the service appealing to a much broader customer base. Users who want to put their own artwork on their items will have the chance to do so, and businesses could potentially create their own branded skins (perhaps to give away in promotions).
Prices range from $10 for wall prints to $50 for skateboard skins, with most items costing around $15-$20. TechCrunch readers can get a 25% discount on Infectious products thru Friday by using the discount code “DONUTS”.