Ink of the Week

Each week, we reward the CustomInk customer whose photo shows the most group spirit through our photo contest. Help pick this week's winning photo by voting for your favorites.

Submit your own photo for a chance to win $100 off your next order!

Disc-O-Theque 2010 by Remi Jr. - over 3 years ago

Disc O Theque 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"This picture is from our 2010-2011 Season Playoffs. We loved looking good and cohesive on the field. The jersey's were a big hit and everyone loved them. Working with CustomInk has always been easy and successful! "

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Class of 2014 Vikings by Class of 14 Vikings - over 3 years ago

Class Of 2014 Vikings T-Shirt Photo

"Every class gets their own class t-shirt. We used Customink because we trust them and they guarantee great quality. Here are some of the Freshmen from Irvington High School that decided to model the T-shirts. They look great!"

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....your future doctors of physical therapy. by Boston University Physical Therapy - over 3 years ago

....Your Future Doctors Of Physical Therapy.  T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken during one of our labs on 11/12/10. My fellow classmates and I (all pursuing doctorates in physical therapy) love wearing these tees to class- they look great and are very comfortable to wear while being physically active :-) Customink.com has been a great company to work with, and I look forward to our next order!"

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Seniors! by F. Vega - over 3 years ago

Seniors! T-Shirt Photo

"Made some senior class t-shirts for some people and this girl loved them so much that she wanted to take a picture with us all. Customink is awesome and did a great job with the print."

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Our 2010 Cross Country Team by WHS XC - over 3 years ago

Our 2010 Cross Country Team T-Shirt Photo

"The night before our state cross country race. Got some great team shirts beforehand."

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Cancer can be beaten by Team Omi - over 3 years ago

Cancer Can Be Beaten T-Shirt Photo

"Cancer walk in Temecula in honor of our Dear Omi who is 5 years cancer free."

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"We do it with models" by Lamar Higher Level Economics - over 3 years ago

"We Do It With Models" T-Shirt Photo

"Customink was perfect for our Economics class of 15. We each pitched in and even bought Dr.Kevin Wheeler, our teacher a shirt as a surprise. We are the first of his classes to accomplish something like this and it's all thanks to Customink. We all loved them... and some even vowed to never take them off. This is the Lamar High School Economics Higher Level class, pictured on the 10th of November, why? Because we do it with models."

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Central RAP Committee 2010 by Central RAP Committee 2010 - over 3 years ago

Central Rap Committee 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"This photo is of a committee who put on a conference at Fresno State for the RA staffs in the Central Region of California. It was fairly simple and easy to work with CustomInk."

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Eastwood Gearheads by Robotics Team - over 3 years ago

Eastwood Gearheads T-Shirt Photo

"What is it with kids these days, making robots to cure the sick? Thirty-two teams from our 13 elementary and three middle schools designed, built, and programmed robots made primarily out of LEGOs to carry out various functions regarding biomedical technology. The program was the first of its kind in our county, and it is believed to accelerate students' understanding of core subjects and prepare them for technology-based jobs. Our team wanted to look GREAT for the tournament held between all schools, so we used Custom Ink to make our shirts. We had the best shirts of all the schools! "

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Team Tony by Race for Hope, Philadelphia - over 3 years ago

Team Tony T-Shirt Photo

"Race for Hope, Philadelphia, is a 5 K run and walk that my family participates in every year. About 18 months ago, my dad was diagnosed with 2 meningioma brain tumors, with one wrapped around his optic nerve. After a scary few months of losing his vision and high dose radiation, he is finally starting to be able to cope and function like himself. He was able to run the entire 3.2 miles at the race and continues to be an inspiration to my entire family. "

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