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!
Wipeout Diabetes by Nikki Stokes - over 3 years ago
Fist Pumpers! by Justin Martino - over 3 years ago
"Those shirts were so nice that even though we finished dead last we thought we were in 1st place the whole time! First year softball team in Petaluma Ca, The Fist Pumpers with the mascot. Custom Ink did a great job on our shirts and I will continue to re-order from them as long as I can still play softball!"
No Glove No Love by University of South Carolina Intramural Softball - over 3 years ago
""No Glove No Love" intramural softball team at the University of South Carolina. This was taken after our last play off game. We were going for the intimidation factor with the skulls. Sadly we lost but it didn't stop us from having a great time. The sun was shining and it was a beautiful day in Columbia!"
Receiving checks for 1st and 2nd at the bicycle race by John McKee & Monty Pettus - over 3 years ago
JDRF Walk for the Cure by Team Hope for Anna Grace - over 3 years ago
Ravenous Reapers by Daniel Kight - over 3 years ago
"The photograph was taken after winning the annual Patrick Henry College Ultimate Frisbee Championship. Our old teamate who came up with us being called the Reapers was deployed oversees in Iraq. We dedicated our sins this season to him and our soldiers overseas. We wanted shirts this year but were having trouble with the design. A little more than a week before the game we finalized the design and CustomInk took care of the rest. They were a pleasure to work with and were extremely professional in their dealings with me. Call them up if you have a question because they are more than happy to help you out. Special thanks custom ink for making this year's Ultimate Frisbee Tournament the best yet!"
Team Victory by Team Victory - over 3 years ago
Post-Race Celebration by Dude Where's My Van? - over 3 years ago
Walk Now for Autism Speaks by Lupo's Wolf pack - over 3 years ago
"For the past few years a group of teachers, friends and family members have been joining together to show our support for children and families effected by Autism. Our Wolf pack raises money and walks for our students, sisters, daughters, cousins, sons and brothers."