This week at Print Syndicate, we’ve been busy helping a couple of independent clothing brands smash the patriarchy with their ace feminist designs and merchandise. Here’s a closer look at a couple of projects we’ve been working on in the studio over the last week…
Double Crossed Clothing
We love printing for our pals Double Crossed Clothing, and this week we printed a bunch of these ’Feminist To Do List’ tees. Check em’ out:
These screen printed t-shirts feature the To Do List design in neon orange ink. This single colour design is super simple and super effective – the neon orange ink really stands out against the black garment colour. The tees featured here are unisex Gildan Softstyle.
Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes
This is our first run of merch for Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes. We printed a whole bunch of tote bags and t-shirts for them, and they turned out pretty damn cool! Check them out below:
These split fountain, pastel rainbow tote bags and t-shirts feature one of the brands popular slogans “I’m Not Sorry About Your Fragile Masculinity”. These screen printed totes and tees are made using five ink colours on one screen, the ink blends together as it’s pulled through the mesh and you get this super cool rainbow gradient effect.
These particular tees are Bella & Canvas Ladies Favourite t-shirts, and the tote bags are Westford Mill Promo Totes. These are a limited run so get them over on the Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes site while stocks last!
Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes are based in Glasgow and sell a bunch of really cool stuff – from acrylic pins, to patches, jewellery and gifts. You can check out Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes via their Facebook and Goodsie pages to buy all the things.
We are always delighted to work with small, independent organisations and brands, so if you are in need of some custom merchandise for your project or event, please get in touch with us for a quote via the following link, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible: Screen Printed T-shirts