Ink of the Week - July 2014

Congrats to our weekly t-shirt photo contest winners, who show off their great-looking CustomInk.com gear along with a healthy dose of group spirit!

Color Me Custom! by Kim - 7 days ago

Win Color Me Custom! T-Shirt Photo

"I submitted an original artwork for our recent Relay For Life event in Hanover, Pa. Because I created a zentangle design in black and printed it on white t-shirts through Custom Ink, friends were able to customize their own shirts by using permanent markers or fabric paints. They loved this idea! One group even had a family party to color in their shirts. They have already asked me to design something for next year's Relay. We will definitely be working with Custom Ink again!"

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Ready To Roll! by Cruise for the Cure 2014 - 13 days ago

Win Ready To Roll! T-Shirt Photo

"Four years ago we started a charity called Cruise for the Cure where people can travel to fun destinations for low rates all while making a donation to various cancer societies. This year we are taking off for Seattle, WA to embark on a seven day adventure in Alaska with nearly 100 guests who are all receiving this t-shirt! We have raised thousands of dollars since the beginning of our venture. It's all about making a difference in our community and the lives of people we love. So, here we are, jam packed in a VW Beetle, ready to roll! "

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Work Hard, Play Hard by Radiofina1 - 23 days ago

Win Work Hard, Play Hard T-Shirt Photo

"I designed these shirts as a gift for my division in the navy. We are on a submarine called the USS Asheville and thought it would make for a good representation of what we are. This event was for my Chief's going away beach BBQ."

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Boston Pride 2014 by The Theater Offensive - 29 days ago

Win Boston Pride 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"For the 3rd year in a row, CustomInk has provided our organization, The Theater Offensive, with t-shirts for our march in the Boston Pride Parade. This year, in celebration of our 25th Anniversary, The Theater Offensive commissioned puppeteer Travis Lope (far left in the photo) to create with us a giant lip puppet to march in the parade - a pair of lips being our organization's signature and part of our logo. In this photo our 'Big Momma' lip puppet, as it became known, marches down East Berkeley Street in Boston, operated by staff and youth from The Theater Offensive all wearing their CustomInk t-shirt! Photo taken June 14, 2014. Photo by Ivy Maiorino "

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