Custom Printing UK: Our online marketing guru and king of backlinks Luca, has selected some t-shirts for summer 2014 as the next instalment in the ‘meet the team’ series and for this week’s #TshirtTuesday post. You may notice that some of Luca’s selections are not actually t-shirts but that is the kind of creative thinking that we encourage here in the Printsome office. Consistently pushing boundaries and challenging the norm. It is also representative of our extensive catalogue. Shameless plug over.
In the office, Luca deals with a lot of the online marketing for Printsome and is a regular source of sports news updates for the rest of the team. Luca has lived in nearly as many countries as we have printed t-shirts and is fluent in English and Spanish. On his travels he spent some time in Houston and is still a keen fan of the Rockets, which is where the cap comes into his selection along with the vintage Adidas originals t-shirt. He was keen to point out that these are t-shirts for summer and has selected them with this in mind.
With some bright t-shirts and interesting prints Luca has also chosen to include a plain white and grey t-shirt with a pocket on the left breast. This t-shirt is strikingly similar to the ones chosen by our CEO in his #TshirtTuesday collection but Luca has so far denied that this is a blatant attempt to please the boss.
A personal favourite from these t-shirts for summer is the black Fly 53 t-shirt with a snarling animal wearing sunglasses with a reflection of a beach in the lenses. He found the t-shirt on the Divine Trash website where it is described as ‘ideal for holiday, if you are on the prowl’. Read in to that what you will; all I can say for sure is that this cool t-shirt, like many other t-shirts for summer, was probably printed using direct to garment printing. Printing geek.
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