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!
Mifflin Street Block Party 2010-Madison, WI by tararose - over 4 years ago
Troy's 1st campaign! by Governor - over 4 years ago
"Troy graduated from Mercer Law School Saturday. Since he was a little boy we have always teased him and said he would the be Gov. of GA someday...well, this was the perfect day to present him with his t-shirts outlining his one day dream. Knowing the law is a great start as the future Gov. of GA!"
"Every year, our college has a whole weekend devoted to partying and everyone makes shirts that have something to do with drinking. Our's say on the front, "GTL Fred Fest 2010 edition" and on the back say "GET filthy, nasty crazy ready to party, TIME to blackout shots, kegstand, funnel, LETS dance & fist pump all night".And yes, this is in relations to the MTV show Jersey Shore.I decided to go with customink and I'm so happy I did; they did an amazzzing job!!"
MS Walk 2010 Minneapolis by MillersMilers - over 4 years ago
The Holmby Open by holmby - over 4 years ago
Salt Lake City Bar Tour by CMill - over 4 years ago
"I organized a surprise bar tour for my best friend who was moving out of the area- we had a blast and got a lot of attention for our shirts :) There were ten of us total and we spent the evening visiting different bars in the area. I had a great experience with CustomInk and will definitely order with them for my next event."
Muggles Learning to Play Quidditch by UIPhiSigmaPi - over 4 years ago
Broad Street For Becky by MichelleP - over 4 years ago
"My 10 year old cousin, Becky Boucher, was diagnosed with bone cancer in May of 2007. She fought a long hard fight and ended up passing away this past February. A group of us ran the Blue Cross Broad Street Run in memory of her. She was a strong little girl, loved sports and her favorite color was green. I hope to do this every year in her honor. We miss you Becky!"