Choose your designer carefully! Designing screen printed shirts requires creativity, problem-solving and knowledge of the printing process. Ink, shirt color, trapping and line weight are just a few considerations that can impact quality and influence cost. The most common method is screen printing, but there are other printing technologies that may work better for your application such as dye sublimation or heat transfers.
Our Towns Habitat for Humanity
We love the simplicity of this custom 2-color design for Our Towns Habitat's 2019 volunteer t-shirt. As one of four custom designs, the theme 'Love in Action' is depicted by two hammers and a heart that expresses the idea of Habitat's mission.
Pi Kappa Phi // Mars Hill University
Full color direct-to-garment design celebrating the 45th Anniversary of Mars Hill University's Pi Kappa Phi Chapter. The design required a number of symbolic elements illustrating general Pi Kappa Phi symbolism and chapter specific identification and history.
Catawba College Cheerleading
The cheerleading program needed a sporty logo design for their practice gear. We based these variations on the school's arrowhead brand mark and colors, and modified a basic sans serif typeface to create a more aggressive stance.
Dirty Dodgers Dodgeball Squad
We designed this two-color t-shirt for a dodgeball team in the annual Southeast Dodgeball Tournament. The digital camo pattern is a great example of strategic design that incorporates t-shirt color, thereby reducing ink count and cost.