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TBT – This appeared almost exactly one year ago. Marty Bailey (left) is the CMO of American Apparel. He’s the man behind the scenes there. He is a big part of their success and also in how they treat their workers. (It is simple, he said once, “respect everyone.”) I asked him about ten years ago about using Aerospace Quality Circle methods in textile manufacturing.
Mirror Image makes and prints an ink for t-shirts that is organic and so safe you can eat it.
Stuck in Dallas by a big snowstorm I took advantage of it and visited Brett Bowden and his shop Printed Threads. I saw creative prints. I saw good quality basic prints. I saw a cool guy doing cool stuff. The idea of Brett’s that I got most charged up about was his “Petey’s Secret Shirt Society” the website is www.theshirtsociety.com He makes a cool shirt every
Here’s the scenario: Presses are ready, staff is ready, all are watching the game and the air is filled with tension. In the last seconds the game is lost. No printing, go home. It’s truly disappointing, both emotionally and financially, when your team does not win in a hot market situation. Come game day you’ve already invested a significant amount of time and money into
I dropped by for a visit at the American Apparel factory in downtown LA today and was shown every aspect of production. Nothing was off limits. American Apparel is the real deal–a large-scale production facility making goods in the USA and treating their workers fairly. I’ll show you more later. –Rick
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We’ve been interviewing experts all day every day. We’ll be posting them soon.
Lot of beards. Lot of screen printing experience.