Posts Tagged ‘illustrators’

Christmas Cards

December 2, 2010

Well, we’ve finally printed this year’s Christmas Cards, available to order HERE. Four cards for £5, one of each design in a mix of two colourways, with envelopes too. We’ll start posting them out from Monday 6th December via first class post.

Thank you to our awesome designers, Lee, Darren, Thomas and Mister Millerchip!

Totes totes totes

November 26, 2010

So a while ago we launch THIS OFFER on organic tote bags, which is still totally available by the way. Here’s a few of the people who took us up on it, and some who didn’t but we’ve printed for recently!

Russell and the Wolf Choir


Scary Go Round Shop




(wordpress won’t let us link websites at the moment so we’ll update as soon as possible!)

the last month or so

November 5, 2010

Around printing a thousand totes for a charity, and all the merch for Supersonic Festival, we’ve somehow also found to time to print these lovely things recently, and more would you believe!

Deaf To Van Gogh’s Ear

The Working Dead


Robbie Manson, on very, very nice American Apparel tri-blend athletic track shirts



The Arteries

No Guts No Glory

Bogus Clothing

…and some none-T-shirt items

Leagues Apart


…and last but by no means least,

Stupidly forgot to take a photo of these awesome tour posters designed by Dan Bowden. Here’s one sitting in the drying rack. The pink was so bright!

T-shirt update

September 16, 2010

We’ve been printing a bunch of shirts for all sorts of people over the last few weeks… here’s a taster

For our pal Neil at Mouldy Loaf, we used to share a shop and he always gets the BEST illustrators doodling for him

Tech Staff uniforms ready for Birmingham’s newest venue the HMV Institute which opens this weekend.

New shirts for Bangers, which we had to post to Austria while they’re on tour in Europe at the moment.

Some nice baseball shirts for Caves.

Sepia-toned, halftone ‘Carousel’ design for clothing label Dead Giraffe.

I can’t remember what these were for, but I like the design.

Project Trident: “A group of Cambridge based DIY film-makers”

Birmingham-based clothing label, Villain.

And finally, this T-shirt for Bogus Clothing, which Sam is still in the middle of printing as I post.

Screen Printing Workshop

September 13, 2010

One Saturday 11th September we had a go at holding our first screen printing workshop as part of Birmingham Zine Festival. Illustrator, and the festival’s posterboy James Nash kindly did some drawings for us, which we exposed onto 6 screens, and each workshop participant got given a white EarthPositive T-shirt to print however they wanted.

The positives we made the screens from.


In and out of ‘Bertha’ the tunnel dryer

The finished T-shirts!

A HUGE thank you to everyone who came along and printed, we had such a great time.

Ervin’s website

August 23, 2010

At the time of posting this, Ervin Esen’s website is down, which is frustrating as I just know it’s going to be full of awesome things to look at. We printed these three colour prints for personal promotion, and we were made all to aware of how important getting the colours and print right was to Ervin. We did our very best, as we do with all our printing, and were delighted to receive an email a few days later saying

“They are exactly how I wanted them to be. Thank you for sharing my enthusiasm for this project. Throughout the whole process you were very very helpful and professional”

I don’t usually post testimonials for our work, I usually think people can make their own mind up as we try and deliver a one-to-one service with everyone we print for, but these kind words were just too nice to sit in our inbox.

The patient Austrian

August 23, 2010

Poor Andy Lohner had to wait what seemed like months for EarthPositive to sort shit out and get some T-shirts in stock. It sure was worth the wait though, and we even get a little mention on the label! You can buy one of the limited edition T-shirts here while stocks last!

Mister Millerchip prints

August 11, 2010

Our friend Mister Millerchip popped by the studio last week to pick up some prints we’d done for him and told us all about the projects he’s currently working on, and some very exciting plans for the next year. We’re very happy to work with such a lovely fella, and you should definitely be on the look out for his art.

some things we’ve printed lately

May 20, 2010

These cute A5 prints by Rainbow Donkeys.

And these lovely tote bags featuring one of Rosie Lovelock’s illustrations.

Stephen Chan : Space Punk

March 31, 2010

The lovely Stephen Chan has been extremely patient with us these last couple of weeks while we have been so busy, but today it was all about him- we have printed these 2 colour A2 prints on 300gsm 100% recycled bright white smooth paper. Read about where you will be able to get one of these here. They come in two great colourways; lime and turquoise.