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CLUNK-PING-PLUNK-CLANG

  • Posted by alex
  • 18 April 2013
It might be a slow, messy affair... but all that hard work is worth it in the end. It’s what gives a howies tee its soul.

One thing you can be sure of when you buy one of our printed organic cotton t-shirts, is that it was screenprinted by hand in our own little printshop, right here in Cardigan.

There’s no modern, automated print process here. And we don’t just push a button on a machine to print our t-shirts. Mass-production, it ain’t.

In fact, it’s safe to say, that just about the only thing that is automated in our printshop is the kettle.

Instead, we use an old-fashioned carousel, silk mesh screens and a bit of elbow grease. Tidy Mike prints each and everyone of them by hand, with the same level of skill, craftmanship and respect for the end product that they deserve.

It might be a slow, messy affair... but all that hard work is worth it in the end. It’s what gives a howies tee its soul.

Now, someone make Mike a cuppa.

New men's organic cotton T-shirts >
New women's organic cotton T-shirts >

Printshop howies silk screen

Printshop howies 8mm

Printshop howies inks

Printshop howies Yellow ink

Printshop howies big bird

Printshop howies #teamhowies posi

Printshop howies cowboys silkscreen

Printshop howies UHT screen

Printshop howies Tattoos

Printshop howies dryer sign

Mark Cavendish riding for howies.

  • Posted by ade
  • 20 July 2012

This is the last race of the night at the Revolution series that Mark Cavendish raced for howies. It was why we made the World Champions tee.

It still creates a slight feeling of disbelief in the office that it actually happened.

And at the end of the clip when he talks about howies team riders leading him out. . . something that may never happen to a tiny brand like us again.

the big lunch on teepay

  • Posted by ade
  • 16 July 2009

thebiglunch

the big lunch approached us last week and asked if we could do some tees for their event that is happening this Sunday.

Their great idea is for people to invite people who live near to a big lunch to meet and eat together.  A vision to help connect community and put names to familiar faces where you live. Tim Smit at Eden has big plans to change the world.

So they sent through 4 great designs (above) and we have uploaded them to teepay and 10% of the the tee price goes to the Eden project trustso they can do more great stuff.

You can buy them here.

And if you want to organise you own Big Lunch or join one it's not too late. There are 100's going on all over the UK, so use the site to sign up.

New Tees on line now

  • Posted by tim
  • 25 February 2009

We have some new stuff on the website. They are all here for boys, here for the girls.

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