Dye-sublimation T-shirts

by Abram Bebo October 31, 2011 0 Comments

Since our initial launch into apparel creation two years ago, Peter and I have learned a lot about the world of t-shirts. We no longer produce in batches of 250 and have found it to be more difficult than anticipated to incorporate our artists work into our t-shirt designs. With that being said, we have experimented with many different styles of printing including the all over style belt print, direct to garment printing, and the most popular screen printing. Stumbling our way through batches of t-shirts, we found that all of these processes  have limitations. Just recently we were introduced to Dye-sublimation printing, this style of printing is going to finally help to truly reduce the limitations and  close the gaps between art and apparel.

 

A survey will be available sometime in the next couple of days to help us decide what shirt we should print first. Head on over to our facebook page for more information.




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The majority of our profits go directly to the artists! We practice profit sharing on every item we sell, and give more back to the artist per sale than any other organization we know. The more we sell an item for, the more our artists make. This means our costs are much higher due to the business paying out so much to the artists. 


All of our clothing and artwork is made by either our small team or by our small business partners using the highest quality materials available. We use people we know and trust to hand make each item, nothing is mass produced or made by large corporations. 


We typically only produce a small edition of 50-150 of any one piece of art or clothing.  We want to keep each design special to our audience and not oversaturate. While it keeps our items more special, it also costs a lot to produce anything in such a small amount. Often we are negotiating the lowest possible amount our partners will create.