Damn, I Printed That?

In the early days of my screenprinting we were totally operating blind. I didn’t even know there were shirts in printers folds and I bought thousands of bags of Hanes undershirts in three packs and in my basement “shop” I had giant stacks of cardboard and bags of plastic bags that I ripped open. We used to print a giant image of a design we called
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Celebrating Celebrity Sightings: Your Shirts on Famous Folks

Last year saw the unfortunate death of Robin Williams. A friend sent this photo of him to me. In the photo Robin Williams is wearing a shirt that we printed from a line we sold at the time, Ken Brown Designs. Below are a couple more celebrity sightings, both of shirts we print for my pal Smitty who makes shirts (as well as big sculptures out
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TBT: How I Got Into Screenprinting

It isn’t often that our first commercial screenprinting jobs are documented. Usually we get into this business in a sort sideways move. We help somebody out or make shirts for ourselves and never really think it will turn into a business. Somehow lo and behold eventually we end up finding ourselves in the business. I just received photos of my first “commercial” printing. But first
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