Updated for 2022. Quality is subjective, the most popular list does not address quality, rather it objectively shows the shirts our clients have chosen most in 2022. What is better or best for your project depends heavily on how your art pairs with your choice of garment. Below the most popular list, we’ve broken out some subjective sub-categories like best Wash Wear, Low Cost, etc.If you’re looking for more in-depth info on shirt fabric type, we discuss the differences between them...
We visit with Kyle at his studio where he tends to his chickens, orchids, wrangles his kids, talks about his art, and life. We screen printed some shirts for him recently for his Smile a While exhibit at the Wilson Arts Center.
“What will the design feel like?” is a question you should always ask a screen printer. Designs printed on T-shirts will have a texture which we call “hand.” Learn how hand can be utilized to create new and interesting screen printing or textile printing textures with any design.
As a screen printer, we love work by artists like Greg Mike because it translates so well to the medium. His new work is now available as a screen printed poster, and we’ve taken the time to depict our printing process. Here’s us printing his new work “Never Ending Story”.
Its hard not to appreciate good design when you see it. Romex is one of those examples. In our latest video, J walks you through the design behind Saturday’s Helper by Romex. The package wasn’t made by a screen printer, but good design is good design.
It’s common for artists and designers, and even a screen printer, who are new to printing to be surprised to find dots in their designs, especially if they have gradients or photographic details. In this video, J walks you through how mechanical processes translate gradients into halftones and what to expect from different print technologies.
“As always, super easy to work with :)”
– KATHY LIM | SPRINGBOT
Thanks Danger Press for always crushing it with print jobs.