What is color separation in screen printing? What is it used for? Brad Fowler in our Art Department walks us through the steps of color separation and why it’s used. Click the link to learn more.
In the world of design, we most frequently refer to specific colors as Pantone colors. In screen printing, many factors may cause a color to vary when printing. Here is how we match Pantone colors, no matter the color or garment. Click to learn more.
Screen printing and embroidery are the two most common embellishment processes designed for different garments and styles of application. In this blog, we help you better understand the differences between the two processes and which one is better for your design.
The art of screen printing has made significant advancements within the last 100 years, impacting how we print today. Click to read how it began and where we are now, starting over 1,000 years ago with the creation of paper money.
Halftones are a process in screen printing to blend colors and add shadows. Adding halftones to a design can really add an extra touch to make your design pop. Are halftones right for your design?
We know that coming up with your design can be daunting, which is why we’ve assembled a list of things to consider and questions to ask yourself when creating your design.
Some t-shirt fabrics are best for casual wear, while some are more suited for athletics. Naturally, if you’re creating a shirt for your 5K race, you want breathable and moisture-wick fabric.
Screen printing vocabulary can be confusing to customers who don’t know about the inner workings of the screen print business. So, we’ve come up with a glossary to help you better understand your screen printer’s lingo!