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Prints & Dyes

Ink Jet Digital Prints

Digital Print is an inkjet-based method of printing directly onto the fabric.
The good thing about digital print is that it can print almost any design on most types of fabrics.
Digital print can print artworks in high resolution, detail, and unlimited color.
We use Digital Printing as the default printing method for artworks that have more than 4 colors.

Suitable for : both natural and synthetic fabrics

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Digital Sublimation Prints

Sublimation print is a process where dyes pigment is printed onto a transfer medium and then applied to the fabric or garment using heat and pressure. This process allows the inks to fully penetrate the fabric to create a permanent and full color image that has no hand feel. Sublimation print can produce artworks in full color, high-quality photographic print results and are resistant to scratching or cracking. We use Dye Sublimation printing as the default printing method for printing on polyester fabrics.

Suitable for : polyester

Foil Prints

Foil printing is a specialty printing process that uses heat, pressure, and a metallic paper (foil). This is used to create different shiny designs and graphics.
So, this technique is an application of metallic or pigmented foil on to a solid surface by applying a heated die on to the foil.

Suitable for : synthetic fabrics

Image by Elena Mozhvilo
Image by Alexander Schimmeck

Embossed Prints

Embossing uses a die to slightly raise images on the fabric. By doing this, it creates a 3D effect that succeeds in bringing emphasis to the area you want your target audience to focus on the most.

Suitable for : synthetic fabrics

Screen Prints

Screen Print, as the name implies, use screens as stencils for applying layers of inks onto the print surface.
It is the most cost-effective method for having artwork printed on garments in bulk with high-quality results.
Screen Prints are very durable and last for a long time even after multiple washes.
Each screen can only be used for 1 color at a time and for artworks with not more than 4 colors.

Suitable for : both natural and synthetic fabrics


Water-based Inks

Water-based ink screen printing is a screen printing method for printing on light colored fabrics.
These inks have pigment embedded in a water-based solvent, making it an eco-friendly printing method.
Water-based ink screen prints offer an ultra-soft hand feel, as the inks are actually absorbed into the fabrics.

Plastisol-based Inks

Plastisol-based ink screen printing is a screen printing method for printing on dark colored fabrics.
Plastisol-based inks are a PVC based type of ink that is cured by high temperature for it to set.
They offer long-lasting and the best color results and can be easily matched with Pantone or PMS colors.
Plastisol inks will leave a thin film over the fabric, which can be felt by hand and have a thicker feel as compared to water-based ink screen print.

Image by monica dahiya

Natural Dyes

Natural dyes are dyes or colorants derived from plants, invertebrates, or minerals. The majority of natural dyes are vegetable dyes from plant sources such as roots, leaves, and wood, and other biological sources such as fungi.
For natural dyes, we partner up with CV. TARUM BALI

Regular Dye

Regular dyeing is the application of dye on textile materials, like fibers, yarns, and fabrics. The application just means applying or submerging these materials onto or into a special solution of dyes and chemicals, depending on the fabric. We use Dystar from Germany. Their dyes are in full compliance with the applicable chemical legislation in the markets in which they are manufactured and sold, eco & environmentally friendly.

Image by Jelleke Vanooteghem
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