We've had the privilege of working with @theory11 on some tees for their shop at www.theory11.com. This particular tee features absolutely gorgeous artwork by @Simon Frouws with discharge and foil processes.
Trust when we say this is hands-down the best quality shirt to leave our shop to date. You should stay on the lookout for this and make it yours.
Check @2x for more detail.
11 months ago
This looks awesome guys!
Good stuff! Shirt looks so good!
@Herson Rodriguez @Jay Higginbotham Thanks fellas. These shirts are so super soft too... never felt anything like them before.
Thanks for sharing this! That heat-activated stuff is so awesome. Not to mention, anything gold-foil is kinda drool-worthy. I had no idea you could do that with shirts ... yum. Now to plot ideas.
$150 teeshirt?? i'm in. ha
Never knew how foil was applied to tshirts, very cool! And nice work!
@.tif smith We haven't hammered it down on paper yet.. but we have it dialed in on shirts.
@Corey Hale There may be some wiggle room on price... but good to know you are willing to commit to that bargain price.
This is badass!!!
WOW! You guys are awesome!
Damn thats a quality print job! And well, that @Simon Frouws I guess he's ok.
@The Prince Ink Co. We picked up a hot foil stamp machine (Howard) that we're eager to give a go on some paper ... I just need to design and order some dies. So excited!
@The Prince Ink Co. - Awesome job! I would definitely wear that. :-)
Well done guys!
The fanciest shirt I ever did see! Nice work guys.
@.tif smith Keep me posted on that! We may follow suit this summer.
@Simon Frouws I hope our print job does your artwork justice! We'll print something of yours any day (hint hint).
@Joe Horacek @MapleandBelmont Thank you kindly.
Looks fantastic. How does the foil hold up with washing?
@Dan (Hypagraphic) It definitely doesn't hold up as well as other prints but you can get a lot of life out of it by caring for it properly.
Whooaa absolutely the finest quality!!
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