Custom T-Shirts for japan
Peatix at New York Tech Meetup by KelseyCollins - 6 months ago
"We recently present our new ticketing system to the New York Tech Meetup, the countried biggest meetup with over 30,000 members. This photo was taken right after our Software Engineer invited the crowd to try to hack into our system, offering a strong confidence in our product. Check out the ticketing system in the link below:"
Japan team 2013 by Gina Carderelli - 10 months ago
"This is a photo of my whole team that just spent the last week serving in Hakone Japan! I used CustomInk to create our team shirt, which turned out fabulous. The T-shirt representatives were super friendly in assisting me with my order. I would recommend CustomInk to anyone needing a shirt!"
Color Me Run by YouthSports - 10 months ago
"First Color Me Run event here at Misawa AB, Japan! Kids loved the shirts and enjoyed the run. Another way to get the kids active and have fun while running! CustomInk was great in getting the shirts done and here on time! Only problem I had was I didn't order enough! =} Thank you!"
Bujinkan Kuriru DÅjÅ by Jarrett - about 1 year ago
"This photo was taken during our sensei's annual trip back from Japan to teach us material he has learned while studying martial arts under the grandmaster there. Students in the picture are wearing three generations of Custom Ink t-shirts that we've ordered across the last three years, as it's become an annual tradition to order club t-shirts. We also recently purchased drawstring bags with the club logo. We couldn't be happier with the products and service we've received from Custom Ink over the years, and look forward to our next batch of t-shirts!"
Levitation!? Do it at Japan Club!! by Japan Club - U of M Morris - over 1 year ago
"Japan Club at the University of Minnesota Morris is a student run organization which was based on out common intrest in Japanese culture and language. We are passionate about expanding our global perspective, making world wide connections, developing lasting friendships, and sharing our experiences ... Of course we also like to have FUN! Our T-shirt design is based of an iconic series of tokyo metro posters that (often humorously) demonstrate train etiquette. The T-shirt design takes all of the things you can't do on a train (Playing baseball with a T-Rex; singing karaoke; throwing soy beans; etc.) and proudly exclaims that "you can do it at Japan Club!" I never thought such a complex design would be possible to print on a T-shirt, but thanks to the graphic artists at CustomInk, we were able to have the T-shirt of our dreams! They look fantastic! The service was incredibly quick, and the shirts arrived nearly a week ahead of schedule. We love our new club shirts, thank you CustomInk! Sincerely, Japan club Japan club UMM was founded in 2010 and has since been involved with fundraisers to expose the Morris community to world culture and diversity. In March of 2011 Japan club organized a Karaoke fundraiser support the Japanese red cross after the 2011 earth quake."
Hula By The Sea by Tisa - over 1 year ago
Okinawa Dragons! Okinawa, Japan by Olivia - over 1 year ago
"This is a picture of my softball team. We had just recently received our shirts and it gave us a great feel of unity at our tournament. We all live in Okinawa, Japan. Our team is made up of some active military members, and spouses of military members. We are one of three female teams on island. A lot of times companies won't ship products to us here and I was relieved your company did, and the product was amazing! Thanks so much! "
Hula Workshop In Japan by Tisa - over 1 year ago
Ja-Pun Members - new and old by Winky - almost 3 years ago
""Ja-Pun" was a comedy/musical performed by members of the Navy community in Yokosuka, Japan. For over 25 years, they performed at military bases throughout Japan. This past Nov 12th was their final show and members past and present gathered for the final curtain. I designed the shirt which everyone wore as a part of their costume. We also sold T-shirts with the proceeds going to the local high school scholarship fund in support of the performing arts."