Posts Tagged: graphics

Zappar’s Augmented Reality t-shirts take the world by storm!

Posted April 15, 2013 by Alex Econs & filed under Current/Social.

These fantastic printed t-shirts aim to bridge the gap between the physical and the digital. Super exciting stuff! Here’s how they work…

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Creative Printed Clothing Inspiration

Posted September 25, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Designer Profile,Inspiration.

Alongside promotional and corporate clothing, we also print garments for established and up ‘n’ coming clothing labels. Much of this artwork is fashion lead graphics or hand drawn illustrations. Bold, one or two colour designs print really well and can make very desirable items of clothing. At Icon Printing, we are really passionate about what…Read More

Q&A with t-shirt brand ICON INDUSTRIES

Posted August 7, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Case Study,Designer Profile,Inspiration,Tips and Tricks.

We recently printed some super cool t-shirts for the guys at Icon Industries. Their style is a perfect mix of graphic art with a street and urban influence. We wanted to find out more about the label and what they’re into… Your style is a fusion of paint, illustration and graffiti. Do you do your…Read More

Inspiration – quirky and cool printed t-shirts by the brand OH NO.

Posted August 1, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Designer Profile,Inspiration.

We’re constantly on the hunt for new t-shirt shaped greatness – so obviously we get a bit happy when we come across a nice bunch of creative tees that work really well collectively. We print all sorts of jobs here at Icon Printing, and just like our print jobs, we find that inspiration comes in…Read More

Printed T-shirt Inspiration – The Unrefinery

Posted July 16, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Case Study,Designer Profile,Inspiration.

We recently stumbled across these brilliant t-shirts by The Unrefinery.com and couldn’t help but love them. They sort of speak for themselves – but what really impressed us is that they’re so simple, yet very witty and very clever. It just shows you don’t have to think up long-winded, elaborate designs in order to create…Read More

The Printed T-Shirt Deli – Creative Business Profile

Posted July 13, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Case Study,Designer Profile,Inspiration.

The T-Shirt Deli puts a new twist on personalising shirts. The concept is pretty simple: your t-shirt design, served hot-off-the-press and wrapped to-go with a side of chips. Awesome! Owner, Ninel moved to Chicago 13 years ago. After years of copy-writing for beer commercials, she left the advertising industry to start the T-Shirt Deli. She…Read More

Q&A with Dan from printed t-shirt brand: Cherry Laundry

Posted July 11, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Case Study,Designer Profile,Inspiration.

We had the pleasure of screen printing Daniel Dewhurst’s very awesome Cherry Laundry tees, which are based on 1950’s laundry nostalgia – yet with a Scottish twist! We’ve done a little question and answer session with him, finding out what inspired him to create this collection. What’s the story behind Cherry Laundry and how did…Read More

What is digital DTG (Direct To Garment) Printing?

Posted June 28, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Tips and Tricks,Tutorial.

In a nutshell, how does this print process work? Direct to Garment printing is the newest and most exciting way to print onto garments. DTG digital garment printing involves the use of a highly modified inkjet printer with specially formulated garment inks which are heat set with a heat press or tunnel dryer. Unlike screen…Read More

Behind the Brand: Saturdays Surf NYC.

Posted June 26, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Case Study,Designer Profile,Inspiration.

We’ve been meaning to do a blog post on this brand for a little while now. Not only because they’re a fan of Gotham typeface as much as we are (our new logo is Gotham…keep your eyes peeled, it’s coming soon – along with our new website!), but we’ve recently noticed just how successful they’ve…Read More

Totally Cool Totes by Lazy Oaf

Posted June 13, 2012 by Alex Econs & filed under Designer Profile,Inspiration.

  We’ve noticed that this awesome “Half Empty/Half Full” tote bag is currently doing the internet rounds. And rightly so! What a clever idea…     These totes are by Lazy Oaf, who are known for their very cool, bright, pop graphic T-shirts, reversible sweats and accessories collections. The company is driven by illustration, graphics,…Read More

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