Things that have the same name are not always the same. Kids learn this when the dog on the street isn’t quite as friendly as the one at home. Soda companies learn this when they make and sell a budget cola – and customers are happy to pay twice as much for The Real Thing. […]
Outdoor Recess is the most recent t-shirt addition to Evan Webster Ink’s retail storefront, SQRZ market. The first run of this line involved printing two designs which commemorate mythical tournaments based on the classic playground games tetherball and red rover (check out these t-shirts here).
David Muir LLC is a landscaping company with a beautiful logo, which they wanted screen printed on t-shirts and sweatshirts. We used pigment-dyed apparel which, in combination with their logo, gave a very unique and elegant looks to their apparel. I don’t have an objective point of view, but I think the David Muir LLC […]
Electric City Plastic is the name of Union College’s Ultimate Frisbee team and we recently printed their pennies. We used a combination of screen printing and dye sublimation to put a couple different logos on their reversible jerseys. For reasons somewhat unknown to me, their logos include an elephant at a circus and an electric […]
Ok, ok, this is my last thing to do this weekend. But it’s a good one. If you went to Poetically Speaking and the Boston Asian American Film Festival this will be perfect for you. If you didn’t, this will be perfect for you. On this Saturday and Sunday November 12th and 13th lots (250, […]
This blog is starting to become a bulletin of things to do in Boston. But as I mentioned a couple days ago, that’s only because I’ve been lucky to make custom t-shirts for tons of great organizations doing amazing things (keep your eyes peeled for one more similar post later today). Well, here’s another great […]
Lilac Sunday has long been one of my favorite events in Boston. It takes place on Mother’s Day and is a special day to appreciate our beautiful mothers and the beautiful lilacs which grow at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum in Jamaica Plain, MA.
One of the greatest parts of my screen printing work is being peripherally involved with tons of great organizations. One of these is Teen Voices, a magazine whose mission is to amplify the voices of teen girls. In addition to this international publication they put on some rocking events. One of them is the upcoming […]
Where.com is a Boston technology company. We had screen printed t-shirts for a previous conference they participated in and we were inspired when they described their next screen printing project. They participated in Tech Gives Back, an all-day event aimed at strengthening the bond between Boston’s numerous tech companies and its communities and organizations.
Stay Puft is a local Boston music production company. They recently put on a party in Downtown Boston. Pete and Nat wanted some t-shirts to wear to their party. And they wanted them to be big and bold. We screen printed the same logo in two opposite colorways. One has bright white ink on a […]