Screen printing on apparel is a process intended for many impressions of high opacity inks. Screen printing is an age-old process that has evolved over time with the help of contemporary equipment and now has the capability of producing a wide array of beautiful graphics. Unlike other inks used in paper printing that require a white background, high opacity inks are true to color on their own and can be printed on dark surfaces. Software programs are used to create and turn graphics into screen separations. Each color in a design is printed by a separate screen. Specific screen mesh can be used to allow more or less ink to be applied during printing, creating the ability for highly detailed prints.
The two main printing methods that we offer are standard bright and vintage.
Vintage prints have a worn look, whereas bright prints are more opaque and vibrant.