The t-shirts we produced for Carsonified, the Bath based web and events company, are up for sale on their blog, and very nice they look too! They were screen printed on Gildan Heavy tees in Charcoal.
Indigo recently supplied Kerrang Radio with some awesome printed tees for their roadies promo team! The bold stripy Continental tees with the contrasting red print definitely created the eye catching look they were after! Kerrang currently have a full team of Roadies but if you would like to be considered for the team in the […]
Starting to get the point of twitter – some good stuff from those I’m following: CNN Headlines printed on t-shirts on-demand [via tCritic/twitter: karllong] London bike shop Velorution have Bagaboo messenger bags (photos on Flickr) – designed by messengers, very tough, great colours, in stock from £100 [via Velorution/twitter: _velorution] Also, via traditional email this […]
Vintage t-shirts are still fasionable and as usual Scott Hansen’s newsletter sparked my curiousity, his designs for both t-shirts and posters are so distinctive. This 1976 tee is available in 3 retro designs, printed on the American Apparel Heather Grey Tri-blend; just $23.
Indigo screen printed the above design, “TV is Evil,” along with another design, called “Corporation Domination,” for new organic t-shirt company, Waneye-Tedd. Their site, waneye-tedd.com, tells you more about the brand: Waneye Tedd is a one eyed ted, using his one eye to see the world around us, and focus on the details. The designs […]
Indigo are supporting the latest Future of Web Apps: Expo (London, ExCel 3rd to 5th October 2007), providing printed lanyards for visitors. It is a great conference, Indigo attended in 2006 and it is an opportunity to see the latest and greatest from the web2.0 era talk about the business models and codebases that will […]
In a similar vein to One Night Stand t-shirts, who we reviewed in Dec 06, Corrupt Fibers are college kids selling offensive slogan t-shirts via the medium of the internet. Printed on Gildan tees, these profane cotton offerings are bound to invoke a wry smile (or slap) next time you wear one to your local […]