In response to customer demand, we now print on other coloured garments, which can create a slightly muted, retro feel (please see images below). This look is created during the dying process, as the original colour of the fabric can affect the colour of the print - in the same way that using coloured inks on coloured paper will affect the colour produced. Therefore lighter coloured fabrics work best for sublimation printing. It’s also important to note that sublimation printers do not print in white ink, so any areas of white on a design will become the colour of the garment. Please see the examples below.