The results are in for the 40th Annual Impressions Awards, and we’re proud to announce that Printfly (RushOrderTees’ parent company) won 3rd place in two categories!
Our winning impression was ‘Life & Death,’ designed by Max Wolff and printed by Dave Lynam. The shirt was printed with DTG and cut vinyl, and won 3rd place in the categories ‘Special Effects Textile Screen Printing’ and ‘Most Creative Use of Heat-Applied Graphics.’ Amazing job, Max and Dave!
Not bad for our first year participating! Special thanks to Imri Merritt for the idea to enter, and to Nick Vettori for making sure all the designs were submitted in time.
For those who don’t know, Impressions Magazine is the leading publication in the decorated apparel field. They are the one-stop source for industry news and technical information crucial to staying relevant and informed in the growing custom-apparel industry.
Their annual Impressions Awards is the industry’s most prestigious apparel-decorating contest. Entries are judged on design, print quality, creativity, and execution.
Contest winners will be featured in the January 2019 issue of Impressions, online in the Impressions Awards & Design Galleries, and through Impressions’ social media sites. Winning entries will be displayed at the Impressions’ booth at all 2019 imprinted Sportswear shows. So keep an eye out for our masterpiece!
If you want to see the winning prints in person, the closest show is in March in Atlantic City, NJ at the ISS Conference.
Check out the full list of winners here.
Impressed with the craftsmanship and creativity of our team? We encourage you to put them to work in bringing your own custom apparel vision to life! Just give one of our Product & Design Specialists a call (800) 620-1233 to get started!
Dan Leer specializes in copywriting and digital content creation. He joined Printfly in 2018 to write our Standard Operating Procedures and quickly became a part of the internal communication team.
Dan uses that broad knowledge to inform his writing on a variety of company topics and to offer our readers a “behind the scenes” peek at different facets of the RushOrderTees business.