Heat printed transfers AKA iron on transfers are great ways for quick turn around promo shirts and limited edition shirts. It’s a very simple and easy process. You send us a photograph or image, we size it and place it on shirts. You wear the shirts, people love you, you get famous and come back to us on a weekly basis to re-print your shirts. We have the ability to print every color in the rainbow, so what are you waiting for.
Speaking of rainbows, Quam Odunsi decided to print some shirts for his show at Design Matters celebrating the life of Trayvon Martin, the young boy who was shot and killed recently in Flordia. What a shame to have a life end prematurely. But props to Quam for giving Trayvon a shout out. This might be bias, but this show is absolutely amazing. Quam has managed to capture the heart and soul of Los Angeles, anachronistically. If you think you know LA, think again. Quam has beautifully framed his subjects in a way that is totally unique and fresh. His perspective breaths new life into this tired old city. In addition to his stellar photography, he somehow managed to crank out several bitching poloaroid collages, AKA #roid. I’ve been friends with Quam for a while now, and this was a pleasant surprise. I’d also like to give props to Khoi Nguyen not only for curating an incredible show, but for including so many pictures of me in this show! Check out Brandon Shigeta & Taiyo Watanabe’s flicks from the #artparty #art #show at #hypebeast. Nice work fellas. Ya’ll make a great team. Word!!
Photo by Brandon Shigeta & Taiyo Watanabe