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!
Kindergarten Graduates by Kindergarten_Teacher - over 5 years ago
"To commemorate our youngest students' completion of their first year of school, we order "Kindergarten Graduate" t-shirts. The poem says "What a year We had some fun Now we're heading to Grade One Through the year we did our best First grade teachers get some rest!" The students and parents love them!"
Rise and Shine...and Shine On by Rork - over 5 years ago
"This is a picture of the Morning Team at Hunt Meadows Elementary in Easley, SC. The Morning Team does a morning show every morning for the whole school to watch...LIVE. This is a picture of the Morning Team in the studio right before a show. Of course, they are sporting their brand new T-shirts from customInk!"
Jew Crew Team by Speizer - over 5 years ago
"These jerseys were printed and shipped within a week and looked amazing. It was my fiance's and mine joint Bach parties. His friend's vs. mine a game of kickball. We were the Jew Crew and his team was the Freakin' Ricans These shirts made the competition come alive."
Great Shirts for Green Cat by GreenCat - over 5 years ago
Out2Paddle WINS Back2Back GOLD Medals!!! by Out2Paddle - over 5 years ago
"AQUA-DC (Asian/Pacific Islander Queers United for Action), competed in the 2009 Washington DC Dragon Boat Festival this past weekend (May 16th and 17th). This annual event held at the beautiful Georgetown waterfront turned the Potomac River into an arena of stamina and speed. Boats painted to resemble dragons lined up to sprint over distances of 250 and 500 meters. At their 4th year at the festival, AQUA-DC's team Out2Paddle, stunned the competition by winning back to back gold medals in the festival's 200m and 500m Open A Division races. The team of paddlers consisted of 20 gay men as well as a straight female ally who was the team's drummer. Being the first and only gay team, Out2Paddle was known for their quirky cheers, unique stretching techniques (such as a round of team Twister) and jeweled crowns, but never as serious competitors. Normally ranking in the festival's lower B Division, this was the first time the team has ever qualified and sequentially won in the highest Open A Division. With the help of CustomInk, we were able to win while still looking good!"
FACE AIDS Bay Ride beat the heat in tanks! by FACE_AIDS - over 5 years ago
"FACE AIDS, a student nonprofit to fight AIDS in Africa put on a 50-mile bike ride, with over 40 cyclists raising more than $13,000!! Although it was over 90 degrees we managed to stay cool in our AMAZING CustomInk tank tops. CustomInk was great to work with, and the first place we go to order shirts!"
Swedish School by SSI - over 5 years ago
"The Swedish School of Indianapolis was founded in the beginning of 2008 by Swedish speaking parents in and around the Indianapolis area. We meet every Sunday afternoon for lessons at King of Glory Lutheran Church in Carmel. When the children meet we make a point of speaking Swedish, sing songs and talk about traditions to preserve the culture that many of the parents have grown up with. In May each year we have an open house so that new Swedish/ American families with perhaps younger not yet school age children can come and visit and see what we are up to. For this year we thought it would be wonderful if we had t-shirts made for all the children as an extra reward. The T-shirts turned out great as you can see and everybody loved them! CustomInk did a fabulous job producing these for us on such a short timeline! We have already received new orders on a few shirts so we will be contacting you soon again. And, we will be sure to tell everyone we know what excellent service you provided us with. Thank You!"
Bay To Breakers 09 by WJR - over 5 years ago
"I can't thank you guys enough for helping me along the process of the shirt. The Shirt was designed for Me and everybody that supported us in raising money for the Epilepsy Foundation in memory of my friend Mike who passed away in October from a seizure in his sleep. We ran with pride in the Bay to Breakers. Thank you for making this day one to remember."