We recently had the pleasure of printing Caggie Dunlop’s first line of tees. The video above is a great little insight into her vision and the concept behind her brand ISWAI.
Make sure you check out her website, there’s a lot of really fantastic content on there.
If you would like to find out more about direct to garment printing on tees or tanks, drop us a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 183 8431.
This post is a bit geek chic, but we just couldn’t help ourselves! Dodge & Burn have created an awesome line of photo/camera inspired tees that are hand screen printed on American Apparel. This statement on their website couldn’t be more true…
“We’re neck-deep into the digital age and more people than ever are taking photos. I believe that regardless of whether you use your iPhone or an old Leica screw mount camera to capture your decisive moment, you are part of the history of photography. Dodge & Burn is here to remind you of this.”
You may not use or even recognise these particular cameras that are intricately illustrated as their t-shirt artwork, but that doesn’t matter. Like Dodge & Burn stated, these days everyone and anyone can be a photographer and can appreciate this medium on any level.
Another nice detail these tees have is a screen printed tagless label in the neckline of the shirt. This is a post production service we offer at Icon Printing. In this case it would involve removing the existing American Apparel label and printing in that spot or even attaching your own custom label. If it’s a small run of tees we recommend the heat seal transfer version of tagless label – to keep costs down, otherwise screen printing (like the one by D&B) looks fantastic, is long lasting and is more comfortable to wear.
If you would like any more information on tagless printing or t-shirt printing london, please get in touch.
phone: 0207 183 8431
Get some inspiration for your t-shirt designs every week as we bring you Icon Printing’s “T-Shirt Friday” – a light-hearted review of our favourite t-shirt that we stumble across each week.
Our love of It’s Nice That magazine stems from our passion for graphic design and this week It’s Nice That announced their collaboration with ASOS to produce a series of limited edition printed t-shirts. Working behind the scenes with some of Britain’s most up and coming creative geniuses, designers included recent design and illustration graduates Robert Matthews and Greg Eason.