Reflective inks have long been used for work safety apparel and have found their way into retail-driven designs for athletic gear - especially runners, walkers, and bikers. Metallic inks have a similar glittery effect without light refraction.
The Bloomingdale Line was a 2.7-mile elevated railroad running east–west on the northwest side of Chicago. In 2015, the City of Chicago converted it into an elevated greenway called The Bloomingdale Trail, which forms the backbone of the linear park and trail network called The 606. This elevated park passes through the Chicago neighborhoods of Logan Square, Humboldt Park, and West Town.
Reflective inks are made up of a carrier base and small glass beads that reflect light back to its source.
Shimmer type inks that come in a variety of colors. These inks use low mesh screens and are not ideal for fine detail.
Custom size tags communicate brand identity through consistent repetition. Earn quality bonus points for attention to detail.
The Four Simple Steps is a system for placing orders that helps organize details and keeps you informed about the progress of your custom screen print, embroidery, and digital print orders.
By pro-actively providing you with status updates, you can continue getting business instead of being bogged down by the orders you already have.
There are 4 steps in the ordering process: