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!
Part of the Images Show Choir of Morgantown High School, WV! by HannahBettina - about 5 years ago
"This is a photograph taken at Hershey Park, PA. It depicts a few members of the Morgantown High School Images Show Choir in Morgantown, WV. I ordered these t-shirts for my group (36 total) for this trip and for the year. Everyone loved the design and the product in general. I had a wonderful experience with CustomInk. Everything was very easy to understand and precise. I love the guaranteed arrival date.We will definitely be ordering from you again!"
2009 Texas Steak Cook-off Champions by Circle_H_Steaks - about 5 years ago
Seans Shadows-Autism Walk 2009 by Seans_Shadows - about 5 years ago
Spring 2009 Champions by TheSwingers - about 5 years ago
My Son showing his love for the Troops by RockinForTheTroops - about 5 years ago
Team Golder Alpha 1 Walk by 5909 - about 5 years ago
Dewey (debauchery) weekend by DeweyCrew - about 5 years ago
Ligers - DC Cityball by Ligers08 - about 5 years ago
"Our softball team, the Ligers, have been together for over four years. The team is co-ed and its members hail from all over the U.S with various jobs and interests. Our common bond is playing softball on Sundays. We joined DC Cityball, DC's premeiere co-ed recreational sports, league in the Spring of 2008, and we ordered new uniforms from Custom Ink. This was our first team photo in our new shirts."
Kickbutt or Kickball! by Sydney_Chase - about 5 years ago
"This picture was taken at the end of our company's (LSS Data Systems) kickball season right after we won the consolation tournament bracket. Customer Ink was great! A service specialist even called me before my design was processed to suggest that we change one of the colors on the screen print to make sure that the design wouldn't blend in with the color of the shirt. The shirts turned out great!"