Soft and comfortable prints are a growing trend in the t-shirt market. We’ve increasingly been selling shirts with a vintage white instead of an opaque, thick white.
A local band, Mosey West, just made some heathered shirts with a distressed vintage design. This was the perfect opportunity to show off our techniques to make the print so soft you can barely feel it. After we finished their shirts, we printed a few different shirt colors with the soft white to keep as samples.
Check out the image below that shows how the white reacts to the different colors. As you can see, it creates a tone on tone look instead of a bright white. The picture of the dry hopped logo is a hip print we did for Crooked Stave a while back. The close up really shows how you can see the fibers of the shirt instead of a thick opaque white.