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Custom T-Shirt Diary 25: BHS Cross Country

I’ll admit it – running cross country was hard for me. Volleyball fit my athletic abilities much better. I ran to stay healthy and to see my friends more. I never made varsity so didn’t really get too much one on one time with our head coach, Michael Glennon. But one thing was clear, everyone […]

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T-Shirt Travels Review – Preface

Preface The preface opens and we are with the author at a rally at Georgetown University protesting globalization. This sets a good tone for the rest of the book. The exact perspective the writer will take becomes crystal clear when she quotes a protestor seizing the microphone to ask the crowd, “who made your t-shirt?” […]

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T-Shirt Travels Review – Play the Game!

“That’s why they play the game.” This saying is applied to sports all the time. When a team that is on paper inferior to their opponent wins we are reminded that events do not unfold in an expected or even logical way. I was recently reminded of this when I took out two books from […]

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T-shirt Printing and Food Production: Opportunities

Really enjoyed reading this article about folks following their passions. While this article focuses on people whose craft is food, the inspiration and ideas behind their work is similar to what I’m trying to do with my screen printer business in Brookline, MA. Enjoy the article.

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Good Press for the T-shirt Business

A great article detailing some of the history and hopes of Evan Webster Ink was just posted online by the Brookline Patch. This article was fun for me to read and I hope you enjoy it too! The interview process itself was enlightening. Knowing what I said was going to be published really forced me […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 24: Wayland Wolfpack

It’s important for any screen printer (any most businesses in general) to find a group of people who are passionate about something. There are the typical things that everyone thinks of: zealous sports fan, enthralled music fans, fashionistas, etc. But I’ve found, especially early on, that there are tons of smaller groups of passionate people […]

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T-Shirt Design Opportunity

Evan Webster Ink is excited to announce we are working with Real Food Challenge on their upcoming Real Food Challenge Summits, an upcoming series about how local food can fit into our lives. They are holding an open design contest to come up with this year’s t-shirt design for this national series of events. If […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 23: USPRA

A few months ago we did a quick print job for Boston’s chapter of the United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. The t-shirts used one color of ink and were mainly meant to promote the fact that the USPRA’s big national meeting will be held in Boston next year. It was good to help out this […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 22: Union Park Press

I recently made a batch of toddler t-shirts for Union Park Press, based in the South End neighborhood of Boston. UPP is a local book publisher which recently came out with a book titled “Boston Baby: A Field Guide for Urban Parents”. To promote the release they held a dinner for parents and their children. […]

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Custom T-Shirt Diary 21: Talula Does the Hula

I play volleyball in an adult co-ed league based in Newton, MA. When my teammates heard about my screen printing business they instantly wanted some team jerseys. While most (none) of the teams in our friendly and casual league have team colors let alone team uniforms, I thought it would be fun to make them […]

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