Monday, March 27, 2017
from Transfer Express https://blog.transferexpress.com/take-out-the-guess-work-with-a-t-shirt-mock-up-photo/
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from 3D Printing Nerd http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC8L0WEedLc
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Inspired by nature, brave souls, curiosity, freedom, childhood, fairytales and the universe, Kristina Suvorova’s abstract artworks play with paradoxes, detailing the most unorthodox of pairings to result in the harmonious friendships she charmingly illustrates. A secret story is hidden within each of Kristina Suvorova’s illustrations, while her embedded ideology of ‘the little things matter the most’ prompts a deeper reading and the reward of unearthing the secrets each artwork withholds.
Suvorova’s combining of the fantasy theme and her distinctive approach to illustration creates an instantly recognisable aesthetic, further enhanced by the vivid palette each illustration entertains. The injection of humour evokes a joyous energy as our childlike sense of wonder is awaken, prompting the equal enjoyment of both childhood and adulthood while inspiring laughter and thoughts around certain ideas.
As of late, Suvorova has been embedding her recent fascination of individuality into her work. With her curiosity centering around one individual’s thoughts, cosmos, happiness, love and sadness, Suvorova is delving into learning to love and embrace one’s self and being able to share it with others through her work.
Suvorova’s talents are not limited to illustration, also defining as an Art Director and Visual Artist, Suvorova has collaborated with JOST Bags to create The Beautiful Differences, which transforms the interior of the accessory to create a whimsical world to accompany the wearer on their next journey.
More recently, Suvorova has started to create sculptures, small installations, and stories in written and illustrated form which she and we alike, hope to see in book form very soon.
Kristina Suvorova is originally from Lithuania and is currently living and creating in Frankfurt, Germany. Make sure to stay up to date by following the links below.
A Note from Allmade Founding Partner, Ryan Moor
If you read my previous post, you might already have a visual of Joe Knittig, the CEO of the Global Orphan (GO) Project. You can imagine that it take a special kind of guy to leave a high-powered job at a law firm behind and move to the most impoverished country in the Western Hemisphere to lead a revolution in orphan care. Joe rocks a mean pair of cowboy boots, but beyond that, he’s smart, driven, courageous, and…CONVINCING.
It was Joe that drove me to turn inspiration into action—defining a business model that would capitalize on the experience of some of Ryonet’s strategic screen printing business partners in order to drive meaningful change in the industry with Allmade. Sitting on a rooftop in Haiti after a long day touring the GOEX/LIFE production facility and visiting some of the orphan communities GO supports, we pieced together the framework of what an Allmade founding partner would look like. They would have to be socially-conscious or aware. “Woke,” as it were. They’d have to have a spirit of risk-taking, be willing to push boundaries and “bring the fire,” as we’ve since taken to saying. They’d have to already have a commitment to using high-quality apparel within their screen printing business. And, they’d have to have a unique niche and a loyal following that would understand the importance of what we were trying to do.
Talking with Joe, I realized the almost-surreal intersection coming to life. A non-profit partner, committed to “investing in a man’s fishing business, so that he can feed others” with dignified work that keeps families together, breaking the cycle of poverty and orphanhood. A production facility started by two Haitian apparel veterans, who knew the ins-and-outs of the country and the local industry. And a collective of screen printers who could take the story of a blank t-shirt and bring it to life like a visual canvas, changing the pattern of exploitative manufacturing from within by tackling the commodities market.
When I came back to the States, I could hear Joe’s voice ringing in my ears as I pitched the idea to ten screen printing partners—retail brands, big printers, boutiques, male-owned, female owned, from different corners of the country, serving different markets, and with different perspectives. They, like me, recognized the opportunity to build a conscious brand offering quality apparel, made ethically, to create living wage jobs for people in need, keeping families together. Soon after, I was back on a plane to Haiti, with this diverse group of screen printers after one common goal—changing the world, one t-shirt at a time.
You can read about each of Allmade’s founding partners on our website. We believe there is a better way to make a t-shirt. And we’re committed to showing the world how.
Are you? We need your support to drive demand for shirts that are made in a socially and environmentally-kind way. Back our Indiegogo campaign and help us “Make it Better.”
from Ryonet Blog http://blog.screenprinting.com/breathing-life-allmade-team/
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from Martin Butler http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8FeXz2O1dg
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Custom Printing Wholesale
The best way to save money when customizing garments is with contract custom printing wholesale. The benefit with buying in bulk is that you get a lower cost for getting a higher number of units. Here at AMBRO Manufacturing we can provide you with our custom printing wholesale services so that you can get top quality printed goods for wholesale prices! You can certainly trust in our experience as we’ve been in the industry for over 30 years and counting!
We understand that it takes money to make money, but with our custom printing wholesale prices we seek to cut down that burden so you can continue on your path to success. We even post all of our wholesale pricing online so you can see exactly where you can save the most. Another benefit of using a contract custom printer is that you won’t have to worry about production at all. Just let the professionals handle the technical aspects and you can focus your energy in the places that matter most; in the design work and in growing your business!
Custom Printing Wholesale
So if you’re looking to get into custom printing wholesale, we’re ready to help you out at AMBRO Manufacturing. You can easily contact one of our representatives to get a project started and we can guide you through the process for a fantastic finish. We have tons of options for your custom printing, so you’ll be able to really flex your creative muscle to the max. We also handle oversized printing too, so you can even get seam to seam garment printing. If you’re interested in placing an order for custom printing wholesale, or if you would like to learn more about our company AMBRO Manufacturing and our customization services, you can contact us by email or by giving us a call at (908) 806-8337.
from BLOG – AMBRO Manufacturing | Contract Screen Printer | Contract Screen Printing | Cut and Sew | Sublimation Printing | Embroidery | NJ, NY http://www.ambromanufacturing.com/custom-printing-wholesale/
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Water is life. But when water is unsafe and sanitation non-existent, water can kill. For millions of people, it’s a daily reality.
from Screen, Digital, Textile Printing Exhibitions, Events & Associations - FESPA - FESPA https://www.fespa.com/news/features/iso-steps-up-action-for-world-water-day.html
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