Odds just want to have fun….

T-Shirts, Vinyl Transfers

229_insec.jpgHey, we work hard so we can have a little fun too.

Got a funny idea you’d like to have on a shirt then give us a call.


Direct-To-Garment, Other

225_keith.jpgJust when we thought we knew all the uses for the direct to garment printer Keith came up with a new one. Chair covers!

We took an image of his dog Matilda and printed it in color on the muslin covers this way when they put them on the chairs it will look like the dogs are sitting at the table.

A neat idea brought to life by the DTG…

In Your Face

Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

225_inyface.jpgThe guys from In Your Face stopped in to have some t-shirt samples made. They were specifically looking for direct to garment printing because of their 6 color design. You see, the silk screening company they were using could only handle a maximum of 5 colors which limited their possibilities. That’s one of the points where the DTG printer shines.

With the DTG, you are not limited to number of colors or details in a design. Like a regular color printer, the DTG can mix colors in the millions. And because of the technology there are no per color charges like traditional silk screening. Plus it sprays a light layer of ink that it not only colorfast but is breathable and barely detectable to the touch.

The results were a highly detailed graphic in full color. The DTG does it again!


Outerwear, Vinyl Transfers

220_nostika.jpgFernando came in the shop and needed printing on the back of his vest. It was just text and a logo on one garment so silk screening didn’t make sense. Our solution? Custom vinyl transfers.

They were able to provide their logo and wanted stock text so we cut it to size and heat pressed it on the vest the same afternoon.

The result was a good looking and cost effective solution in a timely manner. Shame everything isn’t that easy… 🙂

Cirque du Soleil

Embroidery, Fleece

215_cirq.jpgCirque du Soleil, the world renowned performance art entertainment company, brought their show Corteo to San Diego. Paul-Andre came to us with jackets for he rigging crew that he wanted personalized with their logo and names.

We digitized their design from a CAD drawing including a multi-layered thread effect for all the colors in their logo. Then we stitched them on the front and back of jackets that Paul-Andre provided including custom names on the front of each.

Overall impressive results in customized outwear for every one in the crew.


T-Shirts, Vinyl Transfers

kurtz.jpgMike had an idea for a funny t-shirt so we made it for him. It was so funny in fact that he started getting requests for them so we made him a batch for his friends. Where does it end? Maybe in a successful business.

Being a small business ourselves we love helping others get their start. And with custom cut vinyl transfers or DTG printing it’s easy to start small and then let it grow.


Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

whit.jpgWhitney wanted a unique baby for her friends baby and brought in this onesie with an idea.

With the Direct to Garment Printer we are able to print on adult, youth or infant garments covering a wide variety of sizes. We laid out the text, added a little color and style, and it was ready the same day. And with the DTG’s water based ink the garment is safe for baby!

So what kind of personalized gift can we make for you?


Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

212_jim.jpgJim had done some artwork years ago that he was particularly proud of so David though why not print it on a t-shirt for his birthday?

We scanned them in and reprinted them on t-shirts using the direct to garment printer. With the DTG a resolution of up to 600dpi is possible as well as color matching meaning the art can be reproduced with stunning results. And because there are no minimums doing one offs and small runs are no problem.

Want to turn your creations into wearable art for fun…or even profit!? Give us a call.

Cassidy and Megan

Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

212_megan.jpgIt was Cassidy and Megan’s Valentine’s Birthday Party and they wanted cool t-shirts for party favors. When Megan’s Mom came in all she had was a photo of the girls and a theme so we did the rest.

We came up with a design that included their picture and a Valentine’s theme that didn’t look so girly that the boys at the party would wear the shirts, too. Then we printed them with the Direct to Garment printer on Hanes new Tagless T’s for high quality results at a reasonable price. The girls loved the tees and we’re sure they were a hit at the party!

So how can we help you celebrate your next party or special event? Give us a call and find out.


Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

jordan.jpgJordan was looking to find a new way of printing shirts in smaller quantities for his business. This way they could be test marketed without investing in major inventory. Direct to Garment to the rescue!

This design came out particularly well, if we do say so ourselves, as the combination of the sharp and detailed graphics were maintained and the ink-splotched looking background looks like it was an expensive two step process when in reality it only took one pass with the DTG.

So how can we bring your art to life on a t-shirt or other garment? Give us a call and find out.