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One of the top favourite chosen apparel by our large clientele is the Neon Drifit Roundneck T-shirts that we offer. Here is how it looks like when printed:
Why do people prefer to have Neon Drifit Roundneck T-shirts?
It’s simply because they are striking, colourful and make a statement out there. During major events like sports run or marathons, we noticed a surge in Neon Drifit Roundneck t-shirts demand from our customers as they all prefer to wear a striking coloured t-shirts. This makes their group outstanding and different from the rest.
Stand out from the rest, choose Neon Drifit T-shirts. You may view our Neon Drifit T-shirts catalogue here.
You’ll probably throw on a T-shirt on a slack day to school or a boyfriend t-shirt when heading to bed but I bet you didn’t know T-shirts are a good way of advertising as well! T-shirts are more than just comfort wear. Also, the first thing you notice about others is what they are wearing. A humble T-shirt can serve as an affordable form of advertising tool. It not only costs lesser than a print advertisement, it is also mobile (because people wearing it walk around) and also have a longer lifespan.
One of the most common types of using T-shirts as part of an overall branding tactic would be through staff uniform. Staff uniform not only makes your workers look smart and more professional, it also increases your credibility as a whole.
Let’s see how people from all over the world have used T-shirts as a form of advertising:
This T-shirt was worn by sales personnel of Eu Yan Sang and mailed to their prospective customers as free gifts to promote their new hair product launch.
This creative T-shirt was given out to new interns of an advertising agency in New York. No wonder they belong to the creative industry!
Look what the amazing Fedex team came up with!
Japanese designers made used of textile and texture to create an interesting t-shirt.
By the Brazil zoo.
Feeling inspired? If you would like to use T-shirt as a form of advertising tool for your company or campaign, feel free to approach Ministry of Print as your desired T-shirt printer. We would be glad to be part of your advertising campaign.
Check out how your t-shirts are printed!
1. Your design submitted will be converted into a negative transparency which will then be placed on our silkscreen frame.
Creating the stencil
2. A layer of photosensitive emulsion will be applied on the silkscreen frame.
3. The silkscreen frame will be exposed to light, where the desired printed areas on the screen will be dissolved.
4. Next, water is sprayed onto the silkscreen to wash off the excess emulsion left.
Printing on the t-shirt
6. Ink is applied on the silkscreen
7. Then, the ink is swiped throughout the screen by a squeegee (a smooth rubber tool) on the t-shirt.
8. The printed t-shirt is left to dry and heat-pressed on so that the ink is embedded into the t-shirt.
9. TADA! Your t-shirt is now ready to be packed and be delivered to your doorstep!
Silkscreen printing is no easy feat! It takes time and effort to master the skills of silkscreen printing. But fret not, our professional printers at Ministry of Print are highly skilled and experienced in their forte. At Ministry of Print, we provide the best T-shirts in the shortest amount of time available. So choose us as your number oneT-shirt printer today!
For more detailed information about silkscreen printing, check out this video: