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With a knack for bringing personality and character into 2D illustrations, we’ve been drawn to Abbey Lossing’s animated work.

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This week we fell for artist Andrea Pippins’ colourful illustrations. Get some inspiration from her empowering visuals.

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We caught up with one of our clients, Myriam Achour from Soumati, to hear more about her studio, where she finds inspiration, and what it’s been like starting her own brand.

Myriam’s prints range from sentimental one-colour illustrations to complex tropical prints. Committed to sustainability and “slow fashion”, her range is always printed onto ethical garments with a focus on impact.

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This year’s Illustration Fair is kicking off on 1st December.

The fair includes a range of events; workshops, installations and interactive exhibitions all with a focus on illustration.

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Transnational artist, Charlene Man, shuffles between work in London and Hong Kong. Her art covers a range of mediums, including illustration, zines, and mural painting.

We’ve printed some t-shirts for Charlene and couldn’t wait to check out some more of her work.

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With the frosts of dawn nipping at our heels, see what’s caught the collective eye of Team ICON lately with these winter warmers.

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This weekend the London Illustration Fair returns to the Hoxton Arches with their Summer Festival: Psychedelia. The three day celebration of mind-bending work showcases visual treats from illustrators, designers, collectives, and print studios working within the UK. (more…)

With his new book Champagne and Wax Crayons: Riding the Madness of the Creative Industry just about to drop, we caught up with illustrator and art director Ben Tallon to find out more about the project, his creative process and his top tips for those thinking of going freelance.  (more…)

Alongside promotional and corporate clothing, we also print garments for established and up ‘n’ coming clothing labels. Much of this artwork is fashion lead graphics or hand drawn illustrations. Bold, one or two colour designs print really well and can make very desirable items of clothing.

Screen Printed Creative T-shirt Designs

At Icon Printing, we are really passionate about what we do and we’re always on the look out for inspirational printed clothing to post up on our blog. So, check out these bad boys. Syndicate Original is a clothing label from Ukraine, who are inspired by “American heritage and also by the simplicity and minimalism of Scandinavian aesthetics.” Their focus is combining the aesthetics of classic menswear and enhancing cuts and concepts with up-to-date elements. They often collaborate with well-known artists, illustrators and designers which allows them to treat street style in such a unique and fresh way.

If you’ve got a favourite clothing line you think we should shout about, get in touch! We’d love to hear from you. Check out this link for t-shirt printing london information.

email: sales@iconprinting.com

phone: 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.

example of tagless t-shirt printing

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.

email: sales@iconprinting.com

phone: 0207 183 8431