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Custom Printed Shirts

Custom Printed Shirts

Our creative team loves the opportunity to create unique designs and illustrations for our clients. Whether you're looking for a simple icon on a pocket, a full scale graphic tee, or a hand drawn custom fabric, we have deep experience working with some of the most discerning names in the industry.

The following showcases a few examples of some of the graphics our design team has conceived and created to make for some exceptional garments.


Camp Shirts


 Stock Mfg. for Morton Salt

Part of our exclusive clothing collection for the legendary Chicago company Morton Salt - this lightweight classic rayon camp shirt style features a bold allover print featuring Morton's most iconic visuals, complete with a Morton Salt Girl foldover label on the hem and a custom co-branded label.

Stock Mfg Bandana Print Shirt for Sauce DetroitWe designed and sampled this bandana print shirt for Sauce Detroit, cobbling together elements from classic bandanas in an avant-garde pattern, featuring their brand colors.

Stock Mfg for Three Dots and a DashFFor Lettuce Entertain You's sumptuous tiki cocktail bar Three Dots and a Dash, we designed two unique custom prints, the first based on a more classic 1940's style.

Stock Mfg for Three Dots and a DashStock Mfg for Three Dots and a DashThe second design is more of a classic aloha style, floral and tropical, but with rich dark and bright hues to compliment the atmosphere within.

Stock Mfg for Three Dots and a DashStock Mfg for Three Dots and a Dash 


Tees & More


Stock Mfg for Three Dots and a DashStock Mfg for Three Dots and a DashTo finish out our creative work for Three Dots and a Dash, we designed this whimsical print for a tie front top, using a sublimation technique for a change to get a very nice looking print on this synthetic fabric.Stock Mfg for The HoxtonOur friends at The Hoxton Chicago employed us to come up with some clever merch for their impressive West Loop location. What could be a more welcome introduction to the neighborhood than this hand drawn Chicago style dog with all the accoutrements?

 

More to come...


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