For High Print Quality on Shirts, Skreened Passes the Test
November 5, 2015 Update: We have severed relations with Skreened. Here’s why.
I paid a trip this morning to Daniel Fox. Fox is the proprietor of Skreened, a small business that prints and delivers t-shirts for men, women, kids and even babies with graphics of various sorts. All the shirts are made in the USA by American Apparel. We partner with Skreened to sell liberal, 2008 campaign, and state political shirts, so this was a good chance for me to talk shop with Fox. Expect some interesting additions and upgrades to the Skreened printing service within the next month.
While I was there, Fox showed me a shirt that had been printed and was headed out to the post office. The shirt was a women’s light blue fitted t-shirt with the following “Peace on Earth” design:
Here is a section of the original graphic:
And here’s how the graphic looks printed out on the actual light blue Skreened shirt:
Note the presence of the shadow surrounding the lines of the dove’s wings on both the graphic and the printed shirt. It’s where it should be, with just the right gradient. The quality of the print on this Skreened shirt (and on the other Skreened shirts I reviewed this morning) was pretty darned high.