Screen printing is old school and super relevant/necessary for bulk orders. Screen printing involves creating a stencil (or screen) for each colour in an artwork - those colours are layered on to the garment one at a time to achieve the final look of the print.
Screen printing is the best choice for larger orders, artwork that requires specific pantone's (colours) or orders that require a high level of vibrancy.
Direct to Garment or digital printing is the new kid on the block in the garment printing world. It is the process of printing directly from a file on to the garment using a waterbased inks - think of a paper printer large enough to fit a shirt it and that pretty much sums it up. DTG printing is best for small orders, high detailed artworks and a faster production time (as there is no setup).
Both print processes produce an excellent, retail quality print result and our team can assist with recommending which process is going to suit your budget, and order best.