Printed T-shirts are huge right now. Walk in to any fashion store and you will see a huge range of T-shirts in a variety of designs, from band logos to slogans and retro designs.
Printed T-shirts are also popular with bands, musicians, artists, designers and for events as they act as a great form of promotion and can generate money from resale.
With the huge amounts of printed T-shirts on the market, designers and retailers need to make their designs stand out more than ever. This is possible thanks to a range of new techniques and technologies that have evolved from the increasing demand for printed T-shirts.
T-shirt printers, Workwear Express have recently worked on an oversized screen printed T-shirt design for metal band, Rising Struggle.
Oversized T-shirt printing is more popular and stylish than ever, especially in the fashion and music industry. An oversized printed T-shirt design is classed as anything bigger than a standard screen print of 13" x 15".
Oversized designs are popular as they make it possible to create high impact or intricate designs that will turn heads. With the huge amounts of printed T-shirts on the market, brands need to make their designs stand out more than ever and oversized prints are a great way to do this.
Workwear Express has once again worked with streetwear clothing brand, Skateboard Cafe to supply them with printed sweatshirts.
The sweatshirts, featuring a large Skateboard Cafe print on the front, are part of the brands popular clothing range.
We have just finished a range of printed hoodies and T-shirts for Tatami Fightwear.
Tatami is a Jiu Jitsu clothing and equipment supplier. Workwear Express have worked with Tatami on numerous occassions, supplying them with printed and embroidered clothing.
Workwear Express has helped to kit out a school football team in Thailand.
Ban Wai School football team in Northern Thailand were in need of a new football strip for their next cup competition.
Workwear Express client, Omnicom, asked us to provide the football strips after a plea from the owner’s son who is currently working as a volunteer English teacher at the school.