Keep an eye out for these Community Warehouse donation bags we recently printed. Community Warehouse is the Portland area’s only full service furniture bank. In the past 3 years they’ve helped out over 17,000 low-income households! The photo on the right suggests they’ve helped at least one bear as well.
It’s getting to where you can’t walk the streets of Portland anymore without seeing at least one shirt that we’ve printed. Yesterday, at a softball game in NE Portland we unexpectedly saw some very familiar “Sons of Pitches” shirts we printed for Set Creative.
We hope you have fun plans for the extended weekend. Oregon Screen Impressions will be closed on Friday, July the 4th to observe the holiday with the rest of the nation. We’ll be back on Monday, recovered and ready to print!
This is the 45th year of the Oregon Country Fair! But it’s more than just food, fun, art and performance. The Oregon Country Fair is a non-profit organization that has awarded over $600,000 to community in the past 14 years.
Glitter and shiny sparkles from Little Bay Root, Oregon Dreaming… striped tube socks and nylon shorts are optional.
30 years ago today (literally), OSI went from a part time hobby to a full time endeavor and a few hundred of these were mailed or handed out along with pricelists and we haven’t looked back since.
About this time in the year 2000 we moved into our NE Broadway location. This photo is circa March, 2000 from when we moved in. We continue to grow, and have added presses, inks, rapid tags, good people and more tecnology to continue to push what is possible with screen printing and put out a great product that we can be proud of.
This might be the first time we’ve ever printed a t-shirt designed to be felt instead of seen!
Here’s a couple of embroidery prototypes for Widmer Brothers Brewing., one of Portland’s oldest breweries and one of our oldest clients as well.