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Master Decorators

Specializing In Screen Printing Has Driven My Success

A self-described screen-printing nerd, Dylan Gilligan has built his shop’s reputation on creating the best print.

Ink Mixing Systems and Lighting Matter When Setting Up An Ink Kitchen

Once you properly set up your ink kitchen with the right tools and lighting, using it is as easy as baking cookies.

Setting Up An Ink Kitchen

When your volume and/or type of printing demand it, mixing your own inks offers many advantages.

Big Printing’s Pathway to Success

Learn how Dawaud Muhammad carved out a profitable niche and established a reputation as the go-to decorator for urban streetwear.

Shop Skills: Constantly Create Shows Off Its Hottest Designs

See how great quality artwork contributed to the growth of this custom t-shirt printing business. Constantly Create Shop, scaled his 4-year old shop to its first million-dollar year in 2020.

Veteran Printer Embarks On The Road Less Travelled Making New Discoveries Along The Way

Michelle Moxley tells how she translated an affinity for special effects animation to printing special effects inks on T-shirts to becoming a leading authority and educator on hybrid digital printing.

Dan Strickland: Printing for Musicians

Dan Strickland has had his fair share of musical clients. Over the last few years, the co-founder of Garment Gear has worked with approximately 25 bands and artists to help them print T-shirts for their tours. We caught up with him to hear all about what it’s like, the challenges of tour deadlines, and what advice he would give to people wanting to try their hand at printing for tours.

MNKR: For The Love Of Print

Matt Fellows has been making his own tee shirt designs and managing his business for over 15 years. He creates wearable art both in the form of tees and tattoos. We spent the day with him at his LA Artist's loft to talk to him about what it means to be your own boss, finding inspiration from everyday life, and what makes this industry so appealing.

Just Design

Lennie Mowris is a passionate advocate for social justice design, working for her own design studio as well as a community of charities and non-profits in Atlanta. A self-proclaimed 'button-pusher', she makes T-shirts that empower people to start conversations. We spoke to her about making politically charged work in divided times and how T-shirts can be a force for social good.

Screens, prints and rock'n'roll

Andy Anderson is one of the industry's most humble legends. A multi-award winning printer, his studio helped pioneer four-color process work and he's printed for some of the biggest names in the music industry.

Dave Gardner: Master of a truly American art form

The idea of somebody seeing something you've created and saying, 'I want that', there's no juice like that

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