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 rating your favorites.

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

Ironman AZ Support Crew by Sully - almost 3 years ago

Ironman Az Support Crew T-Shirt Photo

"Ironman AZ is an endurance triathlon in Tempe, AZ. It consists of a 2.4 mile swim in the Tempe Town Lake, followed by a 112 mile bike ride in the desert, and ending with a 26.2 (marathon) run around the Tempe area with spectators galore. Lisa (Sully) Sullivan did the event and her crew cheered her on to the end after 12:24 minutes! It was a glorius day of stamina, determination and perseverence. The shirts allowed Lisa to find her crew all day long! Boy did I look forward to the Orange Crush! "

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St. Chuck Shuffle 2011 by NOLA Girl - almost 3 years ago

St. Chuck Shuffle 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"My wonderful boyfriend came up with the idea of getting a few friends together and go bar hopping down St. Charles in New Orleans. The idea was to buy an all day pass to the street car and we'd ride it all day making stops at designated bars and pubs along the street car route. We decided to make the even official by designing some shirts for the group. It also happened to be one of our friend's birthday. The event was a complete success....we're definitely looking forward to St. Chuck Shuffle 2012!"

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Sound of Pride Clarinets 2011-2012 by Reva - almost 3 years ago

Sound Of Pride Clarinets 2011 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"This picture was taken after our marching band placed third in the state in our class. We've come a long way and I am very proud of all we have accomplished. CustomInk made our section shirts and they did a fabulous job. They are perfect and everyone got a kick out of them. "

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Pretty Girls ROCK! by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.- Omicron Eta Chapter - almost 3 years ago

Pretty Girls Rock! T-Shirt Photo

"On Saturday, November 12, 2011, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Omicron Eta Chapter hosted a Women and Girls Empowerment workshop seminar. It was held at Pace University in Westchester, NY. Girls from a local high school as well as college women were all invited to listen to our guest speakers present on 4 different workshops based on self-esteem, self-image, transition of womanhood and female empowerment. At the end of the seminar, everyone received a certificate for completing the workshops as well as a PRETTY GIRLS ROCK SHIRT and a "Pretty Package" that contained items such as lotions and lip gloss to make sure they always "stay pretty!" It is important for women to know that no matter what age, they should always be confident in themselves and empower themselves in everything that they do!"

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Ja-Pun Members - new and old by Winky - almost 3 years ago

Ja Pun Members   New And Old T-Shirt Photo

""Ja-Pun" was a comedy/musical performed by members of the Navy community in Yokosuka, Japan. For over 25 years, they performed at military bases throughout Japan. This past Nov 12th was their final show and members past and present gathered for the final curtain. I designed the shirt which everyone wore as a part of their costume. We also sold T-shirts with the proceeds going to the local high school scholarship fund in support of the performing arts."

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MAKE A WISH by MAGGIE MOOS CREW - almost 3 years ago

Make A Wish T-Shirt Photo

"We walk for Make A Wish every year and this is the first year we used Custom Ink and our team couldnt have been happier. Thank you so much. See you next year"

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Volunteers for the "Breast Night Ever" by Colleen - almost 3 years ago

Volunteers For The "Breast Night Ever" T-Shirt Photo

"Some executives and employees at William Raveis RE in Shelton, CT volunteered as waitstaff and bartenders at a local restaurant for our first annual "Breast Night Ever" event. We also had the manager and waitstaff at Vazzy's in Shelton wearing our shirt for the event. The restaurant donated a portion of the evenings sales to our charity, the William Raveis Breast Cancer Research Fund."

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Cougar Posse by Cougar Posse - almost 3 years ago

Cougar Posse T-Shirt Photo

"our friend has a band & a my friends & I always make it a point to go to all of his shows. He calls us his "Cougar Posse", so we decided it would be really cool to get tank tops made to wear when his band was playing at a local restaurant/bar. Well, when he saw our shirts he was freaking out! He loved them!! as for the ordering, I called on a Wednesday to see if it could be done by Saturday & Custom Ink came thru & I received them Saturday morning!! The shirts were perfect!!"

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Katie unloads bread in her logo shirt -- it matches the oven perfectly! by SlowFire - almost 3 years ago

Katie Unloads Bread In Her Logo Shirt    It Matches The Oven Perfectly! T-Shirt Photo

"Our bakery's logo is a turtle breathing fire into a brick oven (get it? SlowFire?). In this picture, I'm unloading bread from the oven the logo was modeled after. Some of our customers are pretty keen on the logo, and requested that we offer Tshirts. So I looked around locally and on the internet for the best deal on logo Tshirts. Not only was Customink the company offering the best deal on the particular brand of shirt we wanted, but their design team was very willing to make adjustments to the mockup so that our shirts would come out exactly like we wanted them. Our order was pretty complicated because customers all wanted different colors and styles, but the sales rep I spoke with took it all in stride and got us what we needed. Customink made this process easier than I had expected, and we already have requests for more tshirts!"

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Festivus 2011 by David - almost 3 years ago

Festivus 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"Festivus is an annual family event. We dress in crazy gear and play field day-type games. We compete for medals and the coveted Horse's Ass Trophy. The winning family displays the trophy on their mantle until the next Festivus."

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