What Really Happens in a Screen Printing Shop

J.GilmanScreen Printing

Danger Press

We treat every order as a custom order. You’ll encounter screen printers and DTG printers that will try to standardize your choices. For example, they’ll offer a limited range of shirts that you can print on. After being in business for almost 20-years, we’ve found that our clients like choices. J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color … Read More

Ink Lab Color Science

J.GilmanScreen Printing

Lab Work

We can mix any color, match any Pantone, or custom color our clients give us. That’s the easy part. Making it look like the right shade and hue when screen printed, printed direct-to-garment, or True Printed on dyed fabric? That takes constant testing and that’s where the lab work comes in. J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the … Read More

A Day in the Life of a Box

J.GilmanDesign, Screen Printing, Shirt Printing

A Day in the Life of a Box

Before you pickup your shirts from us, we have to unfold, tape, label, and fill the box that you’ll receive your order in. Watch a day in the life of a box at a screen printer as it passes through each stage. J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

Box Redesign

J.GilmanDesign, Employees

Box Redesign

New box design for the shop by J.Gilman. Watch a quick overview of the creation process from his screen to hand-made comps. J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

Kudzu Colophon

J.GilmanCustom Shirts, Design, Illustration

Kudzu Colophon Shirt

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

Templates & Downloads

J.GilmanCustom Shirts, Design, Prints & Posters

Downloads

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

Who We Are

J.GilmanEmployees, Screen Printing

Jason Mueller

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

The Colophon

J.GilmanDesign

Colophon Bottle

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

The 2 Elements of Successful Self-Promotion

J.GilmanCustom Shirts, Design, Living

Arrogance Engine

Talking about your work in a public space is a necessary part of being a successful artist. Depending on your personality, this may be uncomfortable for you or you may enjoy it. If you don’t talk about your efforts enough, you will fail to reach an audience of potential supporters, fans, and customers. Self-promote too much and people are likely to get bored of what you’re saying/doing and file your promotion efforts as background noise. Like many things in life, … Read More