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A screen printer's least favorite color

Most people talk about what their favorite colors are. Today I realized what my least favorite color is as a result of having a white sticker on my shirt while printing. Every time I looked down I saw a flash of white out of the corner of my eye and with it a feeling of […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 7: Village Green Renewal

Village Green Renewal describes themselves as “an old fashioned repair shop and handyman service located in Brookline, Massachusetts”. While true, they are also one of the many locally owned businesses in Brookline which serve as a glue to this great community. When they heard about Evan Webster Ink, located just one T stop away, they […]

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Color, as it pertains to custom t-shirts

This entire blog post was made to link to this great post about printing colors. Everyone who has ever or will ever hire someone to print or design something for them should read that article. Additionally, all printers should read it. As a screen printer I found it insightful, extremely representational of my experiences and, […]

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T-Shirts for Good

T-shirts are extremely fun to make, wear and talk about. People love comparing them, teams are united when wearing them and rock music wouldn’t be the same without them. That’s all fantastic but I hope and believe that there is more that can come from them. I’m reading an interesting book right now called “Googled” […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 6: Brookline Battling Barnacles

I have worked a lot with Marta Ruiz, someone who I initially met at a small business class in Brookline. She designed the first version of my website and has also put me in touch with various customers. One of those “customers” is her daughter, who was part of a marine biology club at Brookline […]

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How to choose a screen printer

Finding a good screen printer can be a tricky proposition. Everyone has specific aspects that are more important to them than others. Without further ado I present the bullet points, in somewhat particular order: Price: The reality is that everyone has a budget and finding a screen printer within yours should be a primary concern. […]

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Quote of September

September is my birthday month and to celebrate I’m giving you a gift: a random quote that has nothing to do whatsoever with t-shirts. I come across inspirational and intriguing quotes all the time. I’m hoping that I’ll remember one per month so that I can share it here. September’s quote has to do with […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 5: AP Bio

Just finished up a quick t-shirt job for an AP biology class in Arlington, MA. This was a fun one to work on. On the back there are lots of inside jokes from the class. It’s great that a group of people is so motivated by their time together to make a shirt to commemorate […]

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T-Shirt Blog Meta Post

This is a post to announce the new cleaned up version of Evan Webster Ink’s Screen Printing Blog. A new release of my wordpress theme, Thesis, addressed a bunch of issues with the past version of this blog. I really like the new version and think the crispness and user experience are greatly enhanced. The […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 4: Andrei Matorin

Andrei Matorin is a jazz violinist residing in New York City. He teaches students around the world via Skype and released his first full album just over a year ago, very soon after graduating from Berklee School of Music. He’s also a close friend and one of the designers of evanwebsterink.com. In exchange for that […]

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