Inks

Standard Plastisol

These are our standard plastisol inks. We can mix any custom or Pantone/PMS color for a one-time charge of $20.

Lemon Yellow
Chrome Yellow
Golden Yellow
Orange
Burnt Orange
University Orange
Flag Red
Scarlet Red
Brite Red
Cardinal Red
Maroon
Cool Pink
Lilac
Magenta
Rose Magenta
Deep Purple
Ultramarine Blue
Navy
Light Navy
Royal Blue
Mono Blue
Columbia Blue
University Blue
Brite Blue
Peacock Blue
Aqua Marine
Tahiti Green
Lime Green
Brite Green
Kelly Green
Chrome Green
Dark Brown
Sienna Brown
Khaki
Flesh de la Honky
Cream
Rebel Gold
Vegas Gold
Light Gray
Cool Gray 1
Cool Gray 2
Cool Gray 4
Cool Gray 6
Cool Gray 7 (Dark Gray)
Cool Gray 8
Cool Gray 10
Black
White

Metallics

Semi-smooth Metallics

Metallic Pale Gold
Metallic Mirror Gold
Metallic Rich Gold
Metallic Silver

Shimmer Inks (fine glitters)

Red Shimmer
Brite Gold Shimmer
Green Shimmer
Blue Shimmer
Black Shimmer
Silver Shimmer
Silver Glitter

Glitters

Pale Gold Glitter
Princess Pink Glitter
Crystalina
Solar Silver
Galaxy Gold
Cosmic Copper
Asteroid Red
Zenith Purple
Celestial Blue
Satellite Green

Waterbase Shimmers

Water Base Silver Shimmer
Water Base Gold Shimmer
Water Base Red Shimmer
Water Base Pink Shimmer
Water Base Purple Shimmer
Water Base Powder Blue Shimmer
Water Base Mint Green Shimmer
Water Base Walnut Shimmer
Water Base Black Shimmer

Special Effects

Fluorescent

While exact ink colors are always difficult to simulate accurately on a computer screen, fluorescent colors are impossible to replicate on a computer monitor. These are meant as an approximation of the actual color.
Orbit Yellow
Fluorescent Golden Yellow
Inferno Orange
Missile Red
Aurora Pink
Neon Magenta
Neon Purple
Solar Blue
Traffic Green

Glow in the Dark

Glow in the Dark

Suede Inks

Suede ink additive can be added to almost any of our standard plastisol inks!
Gray Suede
Tan Suede
Scarlet Suede
Navy Suede
Chrome Green Suede
Dark Brown Suede
Golden Yellow Suede
Black Suede

Photochromic (color-changing inks)

Colors appear transparent until exposed to sunlight. That’s cray-cray, yo.
Photo Yellow
Photo Magenta
Photo Purple
Photo Blue

Discharge

Brite Base (discharge with no pigment added) on a black shirt. Essentially natural, off-white cotton.
Yellow C
Yellow 012 C
Orange 021 C
Warm Red C
Red 032 C
Rubine Red C
Rhodamine Red C
Purple C
Violet C
Blue 072 C
Reflex Blue C
Process Blue C
Green C
Cool Gray 2
Cool Gray 4
Cool Gray 6
Cool Gray 8
Cool Gray 10
Black C
White

These are our standard discharge inks. We can mix any color for a one-time $25 charge. Please read below to understand discharge’s limitations and advantages.

What is discharge ink, you ask?

 

Discharge printing uses a chemical process to remove the dye in the fibers of a shirt and replaces it with a new color or leaves the natural cotton color when no color is added. It allows for a clean, soft and breathable print on your apparel. If you are concerned about the plastic-feeling, make-your-back-sweaty-in-the-summertime, raised ink that screen printed shirts sometimes have, then discharge is for you! It’s some sexy stuff.

 

Here’s some important stuff you’ll probably want to know

Waterbase

Waterbase inks are much softer and lighter than plastisol inks. Plus, they breathe once washed (unlike plastisol), making them especially well-suited for large, solid prints.

These are our standard waterbase inks. We can mix any color for a one-time $15 charge. Say!

Yellow C
Yellow 012 C
Orange 021 C
Warm Red C
Red 032 C
Rubine Red C
Rhodamine Red C
Purple C
Violet C
Blue 072 C
Reflex Blue C
Process Blue C
Green C
Cool Gray 2
Cool Gray 4
Cool Gray 6
Cool Gray 8
Cool Gray 10
Black C
White

Waterbase Shimmers

Soy inks are also available!

Water Base Silver Shimmer
Water Base Gold Shimmer
Water Base Red Shimmer
Water Base Pink Shimmer
Water Base Purple Shimmer
Water Base Powder Blue Shimmer
Water Base Mint Green Shimmer
Water Base Walnut Shimmer
Water Base Black Shimmer

Direct-to-Garment

Direct-to-Garment printing (AKA DTG or Digital) uses 4-color process printing to create all its colors, the same way an inkjet printer does. Printing this way has distinct advantages, but a couple disadvantages too. For a detailed comparison of Screen Printing and Digital/DTG Printing, check out our FAQ on it.

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