Personalization methods


Splendid results on a wide range of products from polo shirts to jackets, bags and baseball caps.  For most customers, embroidery adds a durable yet "elegant" touch to the garment.


Screen printing

Screen printing is a printing technique whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh apertures with ink, and a reverse stroke then causes the screen to touch the substrate momentarily along a line of contact. This causes the ink to wet the substrate and be pulled out of the mesh apertures as the screen springs back after the blade has passed.


Digital printing

An economical way of printing multi-colored logos or images for orders with a wide variety of graphics or a small number of ordered pieces: it is especially recommended for small orders of white T-Shirts.


Special decoration techniques

After imprinting a garment with a corporate logo or design, a plain piece of clothing becomes a uniform, an advertisement, even a walking billboard. Thanks to the newest technologies in textile embellishment, your brand can stand out even more with the use of specialty inks and embellishments. Below are some of the newest and most exiting techniques to help your logo „jump off the shirt” . All of our inks are environmentally friendly, AZO free – specifically tested to insure conformance with EU laws and directives.

High density printing

High density inks allows you to achieve a three-dimensional effect with sharp, well defined outlines. It’s great for making a part of the design "pop up" or for simulating the effect of a texture.


The three-dimensional effect of decorating with a structure of velour allows one to achieve interesting and unique results. It can be applied to both cotton and polyester, as well as baseball caps.

Plush effect

Just like your fuzzy teddy bear plush effect gives a soft "furry" look. Can be combined with any color to highlight any design.

Sponge effect

Popular in the 80's and back again. Sponge puff creates a 3D look with a squishy texture. Used in specific areas this effect can really make a design pop!

Cork effect

Give your design a tactile effect. Cork is great for adding depth and interest to your design. Also great for antique effects.


Expandable dyes. These inks expand greatly during the drying process, achieving a soft rounded, three-dimensional effect. Available for both water-based and plastisol inks.