We Love a Good Challenge – Part II

Today, we're featuring more unique projects that were equally fun and challenging to create. See here if you missed our last post where we featured unique packaging and promotional marketing projects we've done in the recent past. PROMOTIONAL: Client: Ommegang Brewery Project: Beach / Picnic Umbrella Read our post on this here. Client: Gangi (band) Project: Vinyl Read our post on this here. DESIGNER BAGS: Client: Preppi Project: Emergency Preparedness Canvas Bag Read our post on this here. HOME GOODS: Client: Nama Rococo Project: Custom Printed Wallpaper Read our post on this here. SIGNAGE: Client: Unfuk Yourself Project: Canvas Artwork Interested in collaborating with us on some really cool projects? Email us or call (213) 536-5233, or better yet, come to our studio at 1025 E 18th St. #B, Los Angeles, CA 90021

We Love a Good Challenge – Part I

We count ourselves lucky for having had the opportunity to work on some seriously fun, unique and challenging projects that are beyond t-shirts. We like to keep pushing the boundaries of what we can screen print on and get ourselves thinking outside the box. Screen printing is such a versatile medium with inks that work on lots of different surfaces - by the way, we use only vegan and eco-friendly inks which has lots of good going not just for the environment but for us, too. It's free of harmful chemicals and with no traces of resin or plastic commonly found in traditional inks some screen printers still use to this day. Here are some of our most challenging and unique projects to date: PACKAGING: Client: Pizzanista Project: Pizza Box Client: Stamina Project: Energy Powder Read our post on this here. Client: Damnson Project: Custom Shipping Boxes Read our post on this here.

Eco Local


Eco+Local (the many ways that Print Renegades tries to keep up with our responsibility to support local businesses and favor our environment in all our business decisions) SUPPORT LOCAL: Several studies have shown that when you buy from an independent, locally owned business, rather than a nationally owned businesses, significantly more of your money is used to make purchases from other local businesses, service providers and farms -- continuing to strengthen the economic base of that community. Additionally, locally owned businesses can make more local purchases requiring less transportation and generally set up shop in town or city centers as opposed to developing on the fringe. This generally means contributing less to sprawl, congestion, habitat loss and pollution. (Studies of economic impact studies of local support can be found HERE: http://www.ilsr.org/key-studies-walmart-and-bigbox-retail/ )   We tirelessly support our fellow local businesses in any way possible because that is what we hope for all local

Art Specs


Art Specifications: (everything you need to know about art prep, accepted file types and high res images) File Types: The “best” file types to send us are the original files. If your design was drawn or designed in Adobe Illustrator, the original Adobe Illustrator (ai) file is the “best”. If your design was made in Adobe Photoshop (psd), then send us that file with all the layers. With that said, we accept the following file types in order or priority; Adobe Illustrator (.ai), Encapsulated Post Script (.eps), Adobe Photoshop (.psd), Adobe PDF (.pdf), JPEG (.jpg), Portable Network Graphic (.png), or Tag Interleave Format (.tiff). Vector files are preferable since they are easily resizable without any degradation in image quality. Vector files include .ai, .eps and sometimes .pdf.  We will accept raster files (.psd, .jpg, .png. .tiff) as long as they are at least 300dpi and sized to their final print size or larger.



After what has been an insanely busy couple of months, we've gotten a small breather. We've finally reached a point where our job board is not overflowing with work orders onto the table next to it. We might actually have some time to work on a few projects we've been trying to complete! If you follow our Instagram, you may have seen we have a new coffee bar set up for our customers. We bought a very cool automatic espresso machine that makes some very fancy drinks along with all the accouterments that one might possibly need to make the coffee of their dreams. So come on by to check it out, even if all you want is coffee. We'll be happy to fire it up for you! Along with our fancy espresso machine, we've gotten some other new toys that we'll be happy to show you once they've been set up and

Gettin’ Busy!

So we're about halfway through and February is already trending to be our busiest month... EVER! Just as we were starting to get comfortable... BAM! Orders start coming in waves. It's cool though, we're ready. We're making adjustments wherever necessary to make sure we keep cranking out your jobs on time and keeping quality high. We're always happy to see you guys coming back to the shop and getting to know you on a first name basis. That's why we continue to keep an open door policy and we make sure to respond to your inquiries as quickly as possible. So as we wrap up this month, we hope to see you at the shop! Lots more stuff in the works as we grow. Stay tuned to see what we're up to!