As a custom screen printing company that takes pride in helping artists and designers reach their goals, we take particular pride in helping creatives take their brands to new heights. Tiller is one of those brands that began with a simple idea - tomorrow isn't promised so live rightously. We interviewed the creator of Tiller ATL, Ashlee Maltbia-Burgess, to learn more about the brand, her shirt designs, and its committment to be, above all else, inclusive.
Could you tell us a little bit about the origins of the brand?
How would you describe your design process?
How has Atlanta influenced your brand?
Express yourself, find your joy, Love fully, and above all Live Righteously.
There a lot of options for garment decoration out there, what about screenwriting stands out to you and your brand?
With streetwear I don’t think you can go wrong with any type of decorating. But screen printing in my eyes is just better quality. I want customers to be able to to wash and dry my pieces and it still look the same. Screen printing provides a durability that I think matches the type of pieces I am putting out.
Any advice for anybody trying to launch their brand?
Any dope projects in the works for Tiller?
José takes pride in printing your posters and fine art prints. If he’s not in the shop you can find José at a photo session, drawing and designing at home, or spending time with his loved ones.