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Printing Techniques that Make Your Screen Printed Tees Pop

Posted by George Kilian on Thu, Feb, 18, 2016 @ 11:02 AM

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When you start to discuss printed tee shirts with your customers, be creative and think outside the box to guide their designs. Give them a few that will stand out, rather than just sticking to the regular printing basics. Here are a few trends we have seen that you may want add to your toolbox:

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Topics: garment technology, apparel, tees, tshirts, printing

Choosing The Right Type Of Screen Printing For Your T-shirts

Posted by George Kilian on Thu, Sep, 24, 2015 @ 07:09 AM

Specialty, all-over, over-sized, AOP plus, faux this, and vintage; these are some of the many different types of screen printing going on these days. The challenge lies in deciding which is going to produce the ideal product. To get the best result on any print, consult with your screen printer. By telling your screen printer what affect you would like to achieve, and providing any visuals you have, your printer can troubleshoot complications and poor printing issues. Together, you can find a solution that will produce the right result at the right price. 

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Topics: soft-hand printing, tshirts, screen print

T-shirt's Voice

Posted by Maureen Alfonso on Wed, Jan, 04, 2012 @ 11:01 AM

Jenny Holzer is one of the icons of Post-Modern art. Since the 1970s, Holzer has been working in an unconventional medium, text. If one wasn’t familiar with Post-Modern art, he/she could easily see one of her works and not recognize it as art. Her works take form on virtually every substrate imaginable, everything from marques to condoms and from projections on the facades of high rise buildings to simple printed books. One of her mediums she’s been known to employ over the years to proliferate her subversive messages is the tee shirt.

Holzer is most known for one liner-like statements that are meant to elicit debate internal or otherwise. These texts are generally presented in very simple sans serif font in simple colors (usually white on black or vice versa). They are almost always level, no dressing, and at their most indulgent, scroll across an LED screen or the like. Her tees are in this vein.

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Topics: Jake Saunders, t-shirts, sharprint, graphic tees, art, tees, tshirts

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