We came across a project that had Ben’s name written all over it! He must have been bored while Cassius was away on vacation because that’s usually when these projects tend to show up. In case you’re curious, that’s a carbon fiber, pebble puff, flock applique, multimedia design on a Dri-Duck work jacket. We can guarantee you won’t see this item anywhere else because it’s a DCP original!
Because all screen-printing and embroidery is handled in-house, we have the capability to create unique finishes you can’t get from “the local printer” or the shop with a single-press. Talk to us about applique, foil, puff, and other unique finishes that will make your project a guaranteed home run!
Everyone has a different goal in mind when designing their next project. For some, the objective is a spoof on a popular design. Others aim to be as original as possible. Every once in a while we meet a group that says “I just want it to be obnoxious and stand out.” BOOM! Fluorescent inks are the way to go. Nothing says “in your face” like neon yellow, electric blue, or hot pink.
Whether you’re promoting an event, you’re sick of boring designs, or just have a bubbly personality, fluorescent inks will help you make a statement. And the best part – they’re available at just pennies more than “regular” inks. If you’re looking for ways to keep costs down, consider incorporate fluorescent inks into your design. Speak to us and we’ll help you make a splash with your next project!
We tried to get Cassius up for a walk outside, but he wanted nothing to do with it. The weather at our Schenectady and Boston offices is just miserable. Can’t say we blame him.
Every once in a while we come across a product that looks eerily familiar to a past DCP creation. We first saw it with our “I Love Schenectady” shirts that showed up on Cafepress and elsewhere. Recently, it appears that Mandy Moore stole a DCP original design. The artwork was custom-designed for a local fundraiser. It appears Ms. Moore coincidently came up with almost the exact same design! You be the judge:
On Mandy’s website for “Nothing But Nets“ you’ll notice the image of the mosquito over the “BUZZKILL” text. Considering DCP owner, Ben Sadler, came up with the original concept of the mosquito over the text nearly two years ago, it is a bit ironic to think that Nothing But Nets recently came up with this strikingly similar design on their own.
If you need a closer look at the shirt, here is the Nothing But Nets charity shirt. (image right)
Is her creativity as bad as her acting? Or does charity always get a free pass? Let us know what you think!