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Printing for the RSPCA

By 1st August 2008April 11th, 2017No Comments
RSPCA Pancake Maker Apron on the transfer print machine

RSPCA Pancake Maker Apron on the transfer print machine

Last week Indigo Clothing printed a range of items including the apron above for the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Protection of Animals), one of the UK’s largest charities, in aid of their Free-Range Egg Campaign. Their staff were sporting a range of RSPCA branded apparel at the Ben and Jerry’s Sundae event on Clapham Common in South West London. More pics of the t-shirts and clothes in action on the B&J Sundae photos page.

Indigo transfer printed some of the items such as the aprons, chefs hats and bum bags as unlike the t-shirts these where only needed in very small quantities. Using the screen printing we tradionally prefer, the design above would be quite expensive as it has multiple colours and drop shadow. However, transfer printing using our new heat press and the Universal Opaque Transfer system by Target (PDF) was a breeze and producing cracking results.