InsideOut! Screenprinting and Embroidery was established in 1997 by a cool guy named George. George began screen printing in 1990 in a friend?s basement. Later, he established his own screen printing company. In 2004, ready to pass the screen printing torch over, George found three eager and energetic guys, who, like him, believed in and could continue the InsideOut! mantra: ?A quality T-shirt says much more than just what?s printed on it.? The new owners, Willie, Adrian, Herman, and Evette ventured out with a commitment to provide the best quality at the most competitive prices.
InsideOut! Screen printing has a large palette of products and services providing Custom Artwork, Custom and Contract Screen printing, and Embroidery of the highest quality. Low quantity or high volume, quality and fast turn around is our specialty. Whether it?s a jersey for your softball team, custom embroidered shirts with your company logo, or T-shirts for your band, InsideOut! Screen Printing and Embroidery is the total source for your apparel needs.
1 color print on white t-shirt $4.00 per shirt minimum 100 per order Also we have a no money risk school t-shirt fundraiser program contact us for more Information. SWEATSHIRTS HOODED 7.75 50/50 COTTONPOLY 1 COLORPRINT 23.95 MINIMUM 50 PER ORDER . ,ALSO WE HAVE THE TALL TEE,S XL $9.00 $ 2X 10.OO 3X$12.00

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Please call, fax, or email InsideOut! for pricing or questions.


Call us:  (925)680-0600


Fax us:  (925) 680-0700


Email us:  sales@insideoutscreenprinting.com



The acceptable file formulas for “Spot Color” images (line art, text, or solid colors) should be Adobe Illustrator Files (.ai)(.eps), Corel Draw File (.cdr) or freehand.  Half-tone images (gradients, pixels, shading, or dots) needs to be Adobe Photoshop files (.pad) (.tif).  All text files need to be vector based (.eps) (.cdr) (.ai), otherwise  they will become “saw-toothed” or “jagged edged”. We recommend that an outline (convert to curves) be created for any text within the vector based artwork in order to change it from text to an object.  This will eliminate any font confusion.


                                                                                                                                     We are happy to accept art files via the internet.  Just attach the file to an email message and send it.