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!

bruin ladies ultimate in santa cruz by becca - over 6 years ago

Bruin Ladies Ultimate In Santa Cruz T-Shirt Photo

"We used custom ink to make our team shirts that we wore in a tournament in santa cruz"

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Our Team Having Fun and Raising A Ton of Money! by TeamTickleTrunk - over 6 years ago

Our Team Having Fun And Raising A Ton Of Money! T-Shirt Photo

"hMy company sponsored a team for the Edmonton AIDS Walk for Life. We all wore our T-shirts and all kinds of other flashy gear. We attracted a lot of attention and raised almost $4000 for the HIV Network of Edmonton."

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The cast of Romeo and Juliet by Romeo_and_Juliet - over 6 years ago

The Cast Of Romeo And Juliet T-Shirt Photo

"For our production of Romeo and Juliet at Saint Mary's Hall, each cast member received a T-shirt based on what “house” the character was loyal to: Red for the Capulets and blue for the Montagues. The director cut two shirts in half and sewed them together for a half-blue, half-red shirt. After all, the director can’t take sides!"

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Jekyll Island Garden Club Bazaar by Chairman - over 6 years ago

Jekyll Island Garden Club Bazaar T-Shirt Photo

"We purchased 50 aprons to wear for our annual bazaar and got rave reviews from the buyers and sellers. Everyone was easy to identify in the rush to buy the best deals - we plan to do it again!! Thanks for the sample which helped us decide on your product over others - the design and fabric are excellent and they wash beautifully."

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TeamGipsy by Kinggipsy - over 6 years ago

Team Gipsy T-Shirt Photo

"Our Martial arts comp team & parents at the '07 Texas AOK Karate State Championships Dec 7th & 8th. Our 13yr old & 17yr old both placed second & third in pont sparring."

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Celebratin' 60 Jamaican Style by StiersClan - over 6 years ago

Celebratin' 60 Jamaican Style T-Shirt Photo

"We celebrated my dads 60th birthday in Jamaica by bringing all of together from 3 different states. We all hadnt been together for several years so we had so much fun. We also all looked like the goofy Americans all walking around in bright yellow matching tshirts but it drew all the attention to us. CustomInk was great to work with. I loved the design center on the web and our shirts were shipped to us very quickly! Thanks for helping us have such a great time!"

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SIGNews Flag Football Team by SIGNews - over 6 years ago

Sig News Flag Football Team T-Shirt Photo

"The SIGNews (Sponsor) team (4x4) played in United State Flag Football for the Deaf's 22nd National Championships Tourney in Fremont, CA and got 3rd out of 12 teams."

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Troop 835 in Chapel Hill Christmas Parade by Troop835 - over 6 years ago

Troop 835 In Chapel Hill Christmas Parade T-Shirt Photo

"Our Troop always orders our scout t-shirts from CustomInk. They are great quality and the scouts love them!"

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High School Artists in Houston Love CustomInk! by CultureShapers - over 6 years ago

High School Artists In Houston Love Custom Ink! T-Shirt Photo

"Nearly 1,400 high school student artists from all across Houston entered the 2007 Culture Shapers Visual Arts Contest, competing for more than $85,000 in cash prizes! Each student received a commemorative t-shirt designed by high school student Hung Pham, and printed by CustomInk. Thanks to the CustomInk sponsorship option, we saved hundreds of dollars... and that means even more cash to invest in the lives of these talented students. Thank you, CustomInk!"

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Miami Yeah! by Neha - over 6 years ago

Miami Yeah! T-Shirt Photo

"My best friend's bachelorette party in Miami in December 2007- Float on! All the girls looking cute in their new shirts from Cutsom Ink- great design, easy to work with, and great customer service!"

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