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PRINT SHOP

  Lewellyn’s Print Shop is a Dallas-based screen-printing and design house founded in 2015. With over 20 years’ experience designing, printing and selling merch for musicians, Christopher Lewellyn and his team of fellow creatives has grown the shop into a full-service company, crafting high-quality apparel, posters, embroidery and promotional products. Be it a small-scale run of band T’s or a large-scale corporate job, we take equal pride in collaborating with our clients to craft the most aesthetically pleasing pieces. Essentially, if you need one thing printed on another thing we’re here to help.

SERVICES

  We specialize in many types of printing ranging from plastisol, discharge, foil to dye sublimation and water-based inks and use this knowledge to help guide you to the exact end look you’re going for.

In addition to screen printing, custom stitched embroidery is a classy way to gussy up hats, sweatshirts, rugby shirts, polos and work shirts with logos or monograms.

Let us elevate your poster game to something beyond a flier that’ll be tossed as soon as the event has passed with hand-crafted screen printed pieces of art fit for framing.

Stick it to your fans or clients – literally! Our custom embroidered patches can be cut into any shape, and come with a heat-sealed backing for easy application.

Don’t just slap your logo on an item that’s going to get immediately tossed. Let us hand craft some swag that actually has some swagger.

More than just great shirts, we can handle all your high-quality digital printing needs.

Simple but effective, the ubiquitous sticker is, perhaps, the most effective marketing tool.

Custom pin-back buttons are one of the cheapest and easiest methods to hand out or sell in order to promote your organization or event.

If you plan on selling your garments, we can help get them retail ready, from individually folding items to bagging and tagging them.

Short on time or space? We can store your merch and send it directly to your customers.

Just because your art is too large to fit on a shirt doesn’t mean we can’t handle it.

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