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!

Harvard Medical School Society Olympics by Edu - about 3 years ago

Harvard Medical School Society Olympics T-Shirt Photo

"Society Olympics is a yearly event that Harvard Medical School first year students have. We compete among the 5 societies on campus and celebrate the return of spring (May 6th). We represent the Oliver Wendell Holmes Society! Custom Ink allowed us to make the shirt we wanted and worked with us to perfect our design. We couldn't be more satisfied!"

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Digit Project Visionaries by Ms. Deitz's 8th Grade - about 3 years ago

Digit Project Visionaries T-Shirt Photo

"The 15 students pictured here are all wearing their awesome CustomInk t-shirts with their Digit Project emblazoned across the front. The project was the culminating event for these 8th grade students in their geometry class. Their teacher instructed them to change their perception…see beyond the obvious…use their creative vision…and see things as they might be, not as they are. Students were asked to photograph common, everyday objects that have the same shape as the ten digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Over 850 photographs were taken, submitted and judged by these students. The 10 images that received the most votes for originality and visual appeal are shown on the front of the t-shirt. "

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Tatas&Testes by Tatas&Testes - about 3 years ago

Tatas&Testes T-Shirt Photo

"Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Relay For Life 2011 We ran for cancer May 20th-21st and fought against the curse Our team has it's past and we remember to celebrate and to always fight back!"

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Perut table by Perut shirts - about 3 years ago

Perut Table T-Shirt Photo

"I designed a shirt for my favorite teacher, Mr. Perut. We all wore them on friday 5/27/11."

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Nat's Allstars League 2011 by Nat's Allstars - about 3 years ago

Nat's Allstars League 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"We are a recreational softball league located in Westchester County, NY. The team name, 'Nat's Allstars' is an homage to the local bar we like to haunt after our games! All the team members are students working to complete M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the medical sciences. This team helps us to relieve stress from the rigors of the field; and our team t-shirts have helped us grow even stronger as a team! Also- they surprised the owner of Nat's when we all walked in with the shirts on, since he had no idea we formed a team in their name- now our team picture is on their wall!"

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spirit t's by spirit t's for Japan Relief - about 3 years ago

Spirit T's T-Shirt Photo

"fundraiser for japan relief"

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Silly Sailors at PAYC 3rd annual treasure hunt by A. Lynd - about 3 years ago

Silly Sailors At Payc 3rd Annual Treasure Hunt T-Shirt Photo

"Our Yacht Club puts on a treasure hunt in Lake Sabine once a year. One of the things our participate look forward to beside the thrill of the hunt is the attractive shirt that we sell at each years event. Everyone gets to be a pirate during the hunt and sailboats and crew get to enjoy the camaraderie."

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Abbey's Angels Doctor's without Borders Fundraiser by Abbey's Angels - about 3 years ago

Abbey's Angels Doctor's Without Borders Fundraiser T-Shirt Photo

"9 year old Abbey started Abbey's Angels with some of her friends to work for local charities and to raise money and awareness for Doctor's without Borders. Costomlink helped us create the perfect shirts for Abbey's Angels and we love them."

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Celebrating game winning hit by Optimus - about 3 years ago

Celebrating Game Winning Hit T-Shirt Photo

"Game winning hit to finish the come back against the defending champs"

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Team Roddy!! by Elisaann D - about 3 years ago

Team Roddy!! T-Shirt Photo

"Walk Now for Autism Speaks * May 31, 2011"

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