All Items On This Page Available To Order On CLICK & COLLECT
If you are attending on of the following events we are pleased to offer CLICK & COLLECT on the above items - CLICK & COLLECT orders have free P&P. Your order will be available for collection from when the doors open at the start of the specific event. Proceed through our check-out in the normal way and select the appropriate CLICK AND COLLECT option when selecting which delivery service you wish to use.
|A Weekend Away With Andy Farley - 9 to 12 October 2020||West Rocks Hotel Eastbourne||5pm 2nd October 2020|
|Pure Andy Farley - 7 November 2020||XOYO - London||5pm 30 October 2020|
Our products are produced with longevity in mind.
Vinyl Heat Seal
(For T-shirts, vests and limited edition hoodies)
We use this process for adding logos to garments such as t-shirts and limited edition hoodies. The logo is produced using a vinyl type material using a laser precision cutting tool. The logo is then placed on to the garment and heat-sealed. The result is a logo that has a slightly raised look that will, with a little bit of care, last as long as the garment itself. The vinyl retains colours much better than screen printing too. heat-sealed. The result is a logo that has a slightly raised look that will, with a little bit of care, last as long as the garment itself. The vinyl retains colours much better than screen printing and is machine washable.
Dye Print Sublimation
(For mugs, water bottles, glass products, tote bags and some t-shirt designs)
There are a number of different processes and methods to print on mugs and hard surface products; we use a process called dye sublimation which produces an image by printing direct on to the product (other methods print onto a film which is then pressed on to the product). Dye sublimation gives the product a much better reproduction result that doesn't peel. For even greater results, we only use mugs that have been produced and finished with a specific coating which re-acts with the ink used to produce the image that locks in the vibrant colours and makes them dishwasher safe. We use a similar process for some fabric products (such as tote bags); the design becomes infused into the fabric (where as the alternative, screen-printing, prints onto the fabric and is prone to fading and peeling). Both the hard-surface and fabric item processes include heat-sealing to produce a long-lasting product.