Screen Printing

Screen Printing T Shirts

Screen printed shirts are a great way to show off your creativity! We've worked with several designs, including:

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The Stylish

To attract views and curiosity to your designs.

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The Descriptive

To get a message across, for businesses, groups, schools, or marketing in general.

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The Abstract

To make others think about your designs and what you are trying to express.

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The Inspired

To bring back memories of memorable moments and people.

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The Humorous

To make people laugh. Because it's never a bad thing to make people feel happy.

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The Teams

To make people feel united under a common design that represents their goals.

Why You Should Choose Screen Printing

Screen printing is great for advertising or promotional items and provides a high level of vibrancy to designs printed on dark colored garments. Because we can mix any shade you like, designs with a high level of detail will come through beautifully. Like our embroidery, all of our screen printing is made in the USA, so you’re always getting the best quality New York City can offer. Screen printing can be used to decorate t-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, pants, and blankets. Although screen printing cannot be used on highly textured fabrics like wool, it makes a perfect medium for polished and smooth designs.

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Screen Printing T-Shirts

When screen printing t-shirts, make sure you plan out your color schemes. If your logo or design shade is too similar to the color of the shirt, it will be difficult to see. Screen printing photographs onto t-shirts also makes for a very personalized design.

How It's Done

Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a mesh-based stencil to apply ink onto a smooth garment or material. A squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the exposed mesh areas with ink, and then a reverse stroke allows the screen to touch the garment and cause the ink to wet the material, and then be pulled out of the mesh as the screen springs back into place.