Why have just one Artlando T-shirt when you could have 36 different ones?

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On Saturday, local shop Impress Ink will be in Loch Haven Park for Artlando, live-printing custom T-shirts. There are six designs and six T-shirt colors to choose from, meaning you can choose from 36 possible combinations to find the one that's just right.

Here's how it works:
  1. Pick a design
  2. Pick a T-shirt color and size
  3. Fill out the order form
  4. Pay $15 (unless you are a VIP ticketholder, in which case: FREE)
  5. Your choice: wander away and look at stuff (we'll text you to come back and pick it up) or hang out and watch your creation come to life
  6. New favorite T-shirt.
Clockwise from the top left, above, our designs are by Leroy Santos, Tobar, Boy Kong, Ken Pease, Lemus, and Andi Meija. Colors are cornsilk, light blue, kiwi, scuba blue, heather gray, and heather orange. For those of you who like to know all the details, the T-shirts are Gildan Softstyle, except for the ladies' cut, which is a Fruit of the Loom.



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