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★★★ You Name It We Can Brand It ★★★

“Picture Perfect” is our motto and we aim to make the work speak for itself. We do screen printing on almost every surface or object that you can think of including Cups | Pens | Umbrellas | Metal | Plastic | Wood | Ceramics And More

You Name It We Can Brand It— Basically bringing your every imagination to life, and we make it affordable too.
We also provide other types of product branding and graphic design services ranging from:
Flyers | Logos | Business Cards | Labels & More.

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Questions and answers to all you need to know about branding.

Screen printing is a printing technique where a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh apertures with ink, and a reverse stroke then causes the screen to touch the substrate momentarily along a line of contact. This causes the ink to wet the substrate and be pulled out of the mesh as the screen springs back apertures after the blade has passed. One color is printed at a time, so several screens can be used to produce a multi-colored image or design. There are various terms used for what is essentially the same technique. Traditionally, the process was called screen printing or silkscreen printing because silk was used in the process. It is also known as serigraphy and serigraph printing. Currently, synthetic threads are commonly used in the screen printing process. The most popular mesh in general use is made of polyester. There are special use mesh materials of nylon and stainless steel available to the screen printer. There are also different types of mesh size which will determine the outcome and look of the finished design on the material.
Our screens cost $1500 JMD.

[Effective Immediately] we no longer keep screens indefinitely the maximum time that we keep screens will not exceed three months from the date it was created, after three months that screen will be terminated and will have to be remade and paid for if needed again.
If your design/artwork has multiple colors it will take multiple screens to achieve your desired outcome.

1 Color design/artwork = 1 Screens 2 Colored design/artwork = 2 Screens 3 Colored design/artwork = 3 Screens etc.

If a white base screen is needed for the job you will be notified after or during the sample or mock up process..
Yes, You can avoid re-paying for screens that you might need again by paying $1000 JMD extra, so your screen cost will now be $2500 JMD to make a screen which you will take with you at the end of the process or at the end of the job. Upon return you will only pay for the prints because you now have your own screen.
No! A screen that is made to print on fabric cannot be used to print on the following materials or surfaces.
  1. Plastic
  2. Metal
  3. Wood
  4. Ceramic
  5. Paper

Screens made for the materials shown above cannot be used for fabric printing.


With the exemption of samples and mock ups screens made for printing on the following materials/surfaces

  1. Plastic
  2. Metal
  3. Wood
  4. Ceramic
  5. Paper


So even if you already have your artwork or design we still have to prepare it for printing, sometimes this includes recreating the entire image which can take hours, however you are in the right place because we DO NOT CHARGE for this process. Screen Print is basically good input equals good output and to ensure that you get the best quality prints, images must be cleaned up, edges sharpened and colors separated. (If images are multi colored)
Time may vary from product complexity to amount of items provided for printing, and for the artwork preparation to screen preparation the time can range from 45 minutes up to a day depending on the type of image and amount of screens needed.
You the customers are only interested in quality of the highest order so to ensure this along with your return and recommendation we ask that you kindly give us the necessary time needed to complete your orders which is 3-5 working days after your deposit.

For screens that are already made weather you have it or we do, your order can be processed faster depending on the load we currently have. For better transparency we currently have to treat all orders on first come first served basis.
Heat printing, also known as heat transfer printing, is the process of applying heat transfer materials to various items (i.e., substrates) with a heat press. Heat-applied materials contain a heat-sensitive adhesive on one side; when heat is applied by a heat press to the material, the material adheres to the substrate, resulting in a decorated garment.
Heat-transfer is a two step process of printing on fabrics. The design is transferred from the paper to the fabric using heat and pressure. First, the art work is printed with special ink on wax paper. Second, the design is transferred to the fabric by using heat along with a heat press; similar to an iron. Heat triggers this special ink to create an adhesive on the opposite side of the wax paper, the ink sticks to the fabric; the wax paper is peeled away and the design remains. Transfer printing has become more popular over the years because full color images can be printed on fabrics. This process lets you print full color images on garments. It is an easy process and can take 3–5 minutes to make one item.


  • Small quantity runs allow customers to get their items faster.
  • Allows for a variety of colors and placements on a garment.
  • Photo prints can be transferred in full color.
  • Software allows graphics to be altered with unlimited options.


  • Large quantity runs are expensive and time consuming.
  • Prints fade after several washes and do not last long.
  • Prints are stiff, making the fabric firm.
  • Prints will appear best on light colored t-shirts.
  • Ironing prints will ruin image.

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