PLASTISOL

Plastisols are the most commonly used inks for printing designs on to garments, and are particularly useful for printing opaque graphics on dark fabrics.

DISCHARGE

Discharge printing is the process of bleaching the dye out of the shirt, leaving its natural color showing through. We can PMS match discharge ink, however results vary depending on shirt color & brand.

WATER BASED

Water based inks stretch with the fabric, and therefore don’t crack. This is ideal for printing on high stretch material like spandex or on fabrics with a thicker weave, such as beanies and towels.

GLITTER

Multicolor flakes suspended in a clear plastisol base and can be applied to your entire image or just one area. Available in any pantone color.

FLOCK

Short fibers of rayon, cotton, wool or another natural or synthetic material are applied to an adhesive-coated surface. This adds a velvet or suede-like texture to the surface.

SUEDE

This type of ink, as the name indicates, has the look and feel of suede. When applied to a t-shirt it adds texture and dimension.

FOIL

Foil is used to give a design a shiny metallic look. Foils are great for adding highlights to a design.

SHATTERED ROCK

One of a kind, in house special. Invented here at The Print Game. Made from  the fabric of time and space. A process so complex it stumped Einstein.

DYE SUBLIMATION

Dye Sublimation is a printing technique that allows for full color, all-over apparel prints. Printed on 100% polyester, coated metal, performance apparel and ceramic.

HEAT TRANSFER

Paper transfer made up of a carrier paper and inks, in this case plastisol.

HATS

Need some custom screened hats? yeah, we do that too!