Handprint will produce your printed garments to the highest quality, on industry standard brands such as:
Fruit of the Loom, Jerzees, Gildan, Hanes, Kustom Kit,, and Continental Clothing.
We use a variety of techniques to make you a shirt to be proud of:
• screen prints of up to 6 colours per design
• digital, screenprinted and cut transfers
• discharge printing
• glitters and metallic foils
• combinations of some or all of the above!
We have no minimum order - you can have 1 - 1000+ shirts
Each job is priced on an individual basis, - but just so you have some sort of idea how much it's likely to cost, here's a few examples of prices:
1 x white Fruit of the Loom Super Premium t with digital transfer.........£10 + VAT
1 x coloured Fruit of the Loom Super Premium t w/ digital transfer.......£15 + VAT
1 x white/coloured Fruit of the Loom Super Premium t w/ 1 colour cut transfer.....£10 + VAT
10 x white Fruit of the Loom Super Premium t's screenprinted 1 col.............£6.45 ea. (inc. VAT)
50 x black Fruit of the Loom Super Premium t's screenprinted 1 col............£4.88 ea. (inc. VAT)
We've been printing shirts for 20 years or so. We know what we're doing, and we're proud of the quality that we achieve.
We give you a personal service and make sure that we understand what you want your shirt to look like, because that's the shirt that we want you to walk away with.
Stickers, signs, general POS, posters, and ART
Printing on paper and board is where I come from, and it's still what I like doing the most. Over the years Handprint has produced work for GTF, Pentagram, and other noted design studios, and has also produced work for many artists such as Lidia de Pedro, Jane Sampson, Lee Baker, Hoodacious, C215, and Nick Sharratt.
We can screen up to 30''x 40'' print area onto Fine Art papers and Perspex.
An edition of 50 prints, 20'' x 30'' will cost somewhere in the region of £80 + VAT per colour from film +ves supplied Paper not included.
The ideal way to reproduce full colour pictures on a t-shirt.
Excellent for those stag do t's which feature pictures of the groom (or bride) in a foolish or compromising position!
The design is cut out and applied to the shirt with a heat press.
The cheapest way of decorating a one-off t. Available in loads of colours and finishes - foils, holographic film, retro-reflective, glitters and generally glitzy stuff. Flock can be used to produce a print with an extremely attractive look, kind of soft, matte, and slightly raised.
This process gives a sharp, bright, durable, elastic print.
A screen has to be made for each colour in the print, which makes it an expensive process for just one shirt, but the more you have, the cheaper they get.