Posts Categorized: Case Study
Ground-breaking social entertainment brand Bounce are bringing ping pong to the forefront of nights out. The brand asked us to print some t-shirts for their staff. We caught up with Bounce’s Senior Marketing Executive Ryan Price to learn more about ping pong, printing and brand identity.
Brother Cycles T-shirts
Brother Cycles was formed in 2010 by brothers Will and James Meyer. The pair design, build and sell bespoke bike frames in their London studio. We were recently asked to print Brother’s new clothing range. With the brand expanding its offering, we chatted with Will about his brand’s identity, and how he hopes it will…Read More
Move Your Frame T Shirts
We were asked by London-based dance and fitness studio Frame to print some t shirts for their inaugural Well-Fit Festival. We caught up with Frame’s Marketing and Events Manager Rosy Clark to find out more about the event, as well as what other projects the team at Frame have in the pipeline. Q. Firstly, tell us…Read More
Matthew Swan’s magical t shirts
At Icon Printing HQ in London, we recently printed a new series of t shirts for artist and illustrator Matthew Swan. We used DTG printing (which is ideal for accurately reproducing intricate, illustrative artwork) to put Matthew’s fantastic, full-colour design onto plain white SOL’S t shirts. Matthew very kindly took the time to have a…Read More
New t-shirts for Eleni Kalorkoti
We used a combination of DTG printing and white SOL’S tees to produce a number of new t-shirts for London-based illustrator Eleni Kalorkoti. We’ve admired Eleni’s work for some time now, and are particularly fond of the pieces she’s produced for The New York Times. So it was great to have the chance to talk…Read More
Saskia Pomeroy for OTHER/shop
Artist and designer Saskia Pomeroy recently teamed up with Soho-based boutique OTHER/shop to create The Abstract Vase – an exclusive new lifestyle collection comprising artwork, ceramics and t-shirts. We were asked to reproduce Saskia’s dynamic designs onto a limited edition series of men’s tees, which we achieved using DTG printing. Saskia kindly took the time…Read More
T-shirts for Casely-Hayford
London-based menswear label Casely-Hayford recently asked us to print and re-label a series of t-shirts using DTG printing for their show at Paris Fashion Week. This was our second time working with Casely-Hayford, having previously printed some t-shirts for their A/W 2013 collection. DTG Printing is the perfect way to print photos, illustrations and other…Read More
New t-shirts from Melvin Galapon
Posted August 1, 2014 by Tom Hughes & filed under Case Study.
We were recently approached by London-based illustrator Melvin Galapon to print a new range of t-shirts featuring his bold and brilliant designs. We used a combination of DTG printing onto white Earth Positive organic tees to print the designs as it is the perfect way to print photos, illustrations and other intricate full colour designs. The t…Read More
Ping Pong Fight Club at the Village Underground
Posted October 24, 2013 by Alex Econs & filed under Case Study.
London’s tech start-up scene is rapidly growing, and becoming one of the most exciting ones around. How do you get the many members of this entrepreneurial generation all together in one room? The answer is Ping Pong. “Yes, we all love Ping Pong” – three members of the London start-up community concluded – “and so…Read More
Anya Hindmarch Squeaky Cleaners Car Wash
Posted September 25, 2013 by Alex Econs & filed under Case Study.
It was all hands on deck last month at Anya Hindmarch‘s ‘Squeaky Cleaners’ car washing service. Set up outside her Sloane Street Boutique, her army of cleaners, wearing boiler suits supplied and screen printed by Icon Printing were supplying a free speedy car wash service in return for just a smile. Stressed out drivers were…Read More
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