Screen printed the tags and finished stringing. Printing shirts tomorrow and hopefully the shop is open in the next day or two, I am really excited about this and have been putting a lot of hard work into it!
about 1 year ago
Gnarly sir... I've been hand writing all of my tags. These look top notch!
neil, this is awesome. super stoked for you man.
Where do you screenprint in the D?
@The Prince Ink Co. thanks bud! I seen that, insane man, it looks awesome, I am going to handwrite sizes on the back, still nothing on you though!
@Colin Tierney thanks buddy, means a lot! always appreciate your love!
@Kiki Karpus Its actually not in Detroit, but in Madison Heights, its my dads shop, he has owned a Embroidery screen printing shop here since 1989
Looks fantastic, Neil. Really excited for you man!
glorious, man! well done.
That is, as they say, a "tag of beauty". Nice work, indeed!
These are for real 100% class... You should tea stain a few and see how they turn out...
I'm assuming you got your hands on some waterbased inks.
@Brian Steely Thanks friend! always appreciated!
@Lerin Chase Turberville Thank you so much!
@Steve Lowtwait haha awesome! thanks for that!
@Sean Heisler thank you Sean!!
@The Prince Ink Co. thanks man, I actually did tea stain a few, but it was taking off that little brown piece, and I love that part, so I decided not to, plus these are darker tags without the flash, so the tea wasnt doing enough. and sure did! it comes in tomorrow, Thats what Ive been waiting on, thanks again for your help man!
Man this is exciting! I'll be seeing one of these in person shortly after you open your shop 8)
@The Prince Ink Co. @Neil Tasker what's this discussion on ink types? Latex-based with plenty of extender always worked for me!
Looks sharp man!
@Joseph Alessio We use water-based inks for any of our paper and some of our shirt printing. Makes for a superior hand to the prints.
So beautiful...I want to make love to that lettering!
Ok..maybe not. ;) But I LOVE the CtQ connection, the 'tr', the 's'...all of it. Beautiful.
It has such a lovely elegance and flow to it! I love the descent of the s and the way the upper case letters connect. All the best with the project and printing :)
Looks great Neil! All the best bud
@Joseph Alessio Thanks buddy, looking forward to it!
@Evan Huwa Thanks!
@Nikita Prokhorov hahah thank you much!!!
@Faheema Patel thank you!!!
@Jed Bridges thanks!!
@Luke Ritchie thanks buddy! love your tags btw
That looks incredible printed up. Your Dad is a lucky man.
@Jacqui OakleyI am really luck to have my dad and that he lets me use his equipment!
@Neil Tasker I'm in Berkley! You, @Joseph Alessio & I should meet up. Or maybe a Detroit Dribbble Meetup should be int he works!
@Kiki I concur, there are a number of dribbblers here in the Detroit area, we should try to put a meetup together.
@Kiki Karpus @Joseph Alessio yes we should have one over the summer, There are many Michigan people that I am sure would hang out!
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