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Sporting Event T-Shirt Designs And Clipart
Man Trip 2011 - Texas vs. Texas Tech Football Game by Frank Renteria - over 2 years ago
Team Gomez After The Win at Combat Zone 39 by Isaiah Gomez - over 2 years ago
soROWity girls by UF Crew - over 2 years ago
Dominated the ring and brought the roof down... by Winner Circle team - over 2 years ago
"When the music started for the fighter Sean Boisclair walking out to the octagon. You knew his opponent lost hope in winning this fight, when he noticed a crowed of Sean's fans, family, and friends all rocking his shirt. Sean pulled the fastest submission in the AFOMMA, doing a guilliotine in 39 sec of Rd 1. The funny part was that we were in the ring longer to take the picture of us, than he was in the ring to fight. Thanks to CustomInk, for helping the Winners Circle Fight Crew with the shirts we had made. People who didn't have them at the fight, were coming up to us after want to buy them and/or where can they get them. "
Team DAYNA at NYC Marathon celebration by Alan Steinfeld - over 2 years ago
Queen Pins by ATL Xplosion - over 2 years ago
"Saturday, November 5, 2011 Lawrencesville, GA Brunswick Bowling Alley Annual event bowling tournament My experience with custom ink was great, the ladies and I tag one another on creating the design for the shirts and my package was delivered the day as promised :-) We had the most professional shirts there! "
Zombie 5K Run For Your Lives by RunningMom - over 2 years ago
Strokes of Genius by CJ - over 2 years ago
"This dragonboat team enters a fundraiser each year to benefit T.C. Thompsons childrens hospital. We always come up with a new theme and it was "Strokes of Genius" this year. Custom Ink was absolutely terrific with assisting me in designing our shirt and they turned out perfect!! I will always suggest their services to others!"
TM Team Aperture by Trevor - over 2 years ago
"6 of us went and conquered the Tough Mudder at Wintergreen Resort, VA. It was a brutal, miserable experience we all cherish in our masochistic dreams. The shirts were our rally points and a way of identifying if a team mate was missing or unconscious."