The idea of an exhibition and live printing event came after our first screen printing workshop with the Young Harris printmaking program in the fall of 2019. The goal of the event was to provide the students and general public an idea of what all goes into the production of a shirt. From the design process to the printing, visitors are able to see the process from start to finish.
Updated for 2021. Here are the shirts our clients have chosen the most over the last 12 months.We can’t really say any of them are better than the others on this list because the custom needs of each of our clients are subjective. What is better or best for you depends heavily on the priorities of your project. For that reason, we’ve broken down the choices into sub-categories like Most Popular Overall, Wash Wear, Low Cost, etc.If you’re looking for more...
Michael Mauldin is a long-time friend and shop collaborator. We recently caught up with Michael to see the process behind his latest embroidery hat project with Mill & Forge, a specialty welding studio in Atlanta, Georgia.
Our shop, just like an ecosystem, depends on every single person in our crew to successfully communicate through our database to get the job done the best that we can. Ed Jewell, co-owner of Danger Press, walks you through our system from start to finish.
We developed a database that allows us to capture the specific needs and expectations of our clients. Jason Mueller, the architect behind our database, explains how we utilize our system to deliver a product that exceeds the expectations of our clients.
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Meet Jove Dorian, a talented multidisciplinary artist with a passion for illustration, animation and music. As a team member, Jove operates one of our automatic presses. Learn more about Jove's creative process in our latest Artist Highlight.
Ink type can make a huge difference in how your project looks and feels. With the design in mind, how do you picture it? Do you want something subtle and soft like water based or discharge? Do you want something bright and vibrant like plastisol?Something to keep in mind is what your audience will appreciate. If they're a sports fan, consider plastisol as it feels and looks like what you commonly see on sports jerseys. That kind of buyer may...