Tag Archives: print

Express printing – DTG

DTG, or direct-to-garment printing is used mainly for complicated designs that contain shadings, gradients, and colour tints, or printing photographic images onto garments. Direct to Garment printing is the newest and most exciting way to print designs on to all types of cotton garments. This form of printing involves the use of a highly modified […]

Product of the Month: Licensed Team T-shirts

Genuine replica team t-shirts now available at Indigo. Move up the table with these sports performance quality products. Each comes with a genuine hologram/branded tag to ensure authenticity, and can be customised to suit your needs. Perfect for staff competitions, team building, mini leagues or just personal interest (team pending!). Minimum of 20 items for […]

#SELFIE

In today’s news, camera giants Nikon launched a selfie stick, confirming the world has finally gone self(ie) obsessed. According to Wikipedia, the selfie stick first appeared in 1984, some 16 years before a mobile phone even boasted a camera. 31 years later and the product is fast becoming a necessity of life, with the item […]

Cheap Screen Printing Prices

At Indigo Clothing we are always trying to ensure we offer the best value garment printing and screen printing is our preferred print process for larger orders (20 items and above). Today we have made our screen printing prices cheaper, the biggest change being the 50+ quantity break which has been slashed by £0.55 per item! The table […]

Indigo can print on American Apparel

Even though it is not featured on our core custom clothing catalogue, Indigo has a wholesale account with American Apparel in London and can print on a majority of their products which are flown direct from Los Angeles, California to our DTG or screen printing factories here in the UK. Of course these means lead times are […]

Look at my Legs

Sometimes it’s a drag wearing tights, but you’ve got to shimmy them on. Especially if you’ve got legs like mine that are whiter than The White House, Washington D.C., U.S.A. If it ever gets warmish in the summer, passers by need shades otherwise it’s hazardous to look directly at my pins; they could blind you. […]