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Lyons Township High School” and “Darwin Bae for Darwin Day” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

One Spanish class at Lyons Township High School in La Grange, Illinois, recently participated in a service learning project titled The Pulsera Project. To kick off the project, the group ordered custom, colorful long sleeve t-shirts and posed in them during class.

To celebrate Darwin Day (and Charles’ 207th birthday), this AP Biology class at Dominican Academy in New York designed a unique t-shirt to wear during class. The school has been ordering custom Darwin Day t-shirts since 2008!

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While the weather outside is still frightful for many of us, school groups are gearing up for spring clubs, competitions, and events. We receive an abundance of school groups showing off their custom gear in our Ink of the Week photo contest– check them out!

 

Kindezi Math Club

One of the sixth grade math teachers at the Kindezi School in Atlanta chartered the school’s first math club. When the club decided to order custom shirts, they designed options together and voted on their favorite. The kids at the school love the shirts so much that some non-math club members are asking for one!

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We Know Drama!

Lutheran High School of Sioux Falls has been in existence for almost seven years, but their theater department only started last year. The students love performing and staying actively involved in Drama Club. Now, they have custom t-shirts to display their enthusiasm for theater!

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Yearbook Editors Jump for Joy

At Palo Alto High School, the editors of yearbook jumped for joy in their new, custom sweatshirts. They worked hard together to design them, and were super excited when they arrived. To commemorate the 2017 staff, the group had all their names printed on the back of the sweatshirts (not pictured).

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Robot Geniuses

For five years, Darby Woods Elementary School has been ordering custom shirts for their Robotics Club. The club is the only Robotics Club in a low income school throughout Columbus, Ohio. The kids love robots and they love getting involved in the design process. 

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Sophomore Board Club

The sophomore board club at Van Nuys High School in North Hills, California (officers pictured), holds fundraising events to earn money to apply to their 2019 senior year. By running and participating in board club, students’ dreams of fun field-trips and off-campus proms are turned into a reality. 

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Go Away… I’m Reading

Students in the Eaglecrest Book Club LOVE to read – so much so that they ordered custom club t-shirts to express their admiration for the hobby. According to the group, they’d choose a good book over looking at funny cat videos any day of the week! 

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Deciding which product to put your brand on can prove to be a pretty tough choice. Do you go with tried and true t-shirts, or do you switch it up with a reusable grocery tote or a super tech trendy 4-in-1 charger? At CustomInk, we know you want the perfect product to not only match your unique brand, but the values of your employees and customers. We could tell you what we think, but the opinions of our customers mean a whole lot more. Read more –>

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If you need a team name for your 3-on-3 basketball team or tournament, look no further. We’ve taken a shot of coming up with some of the most creative basketball team names below. They’re sure to be game winners! Plus, you can show off your new team name in style in one of our customizable tees or jerseys.

3-on-3 Basketball Team Names

Hoop There It Is

Threes All Day

Basket Brawlers
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Lucida Bright is one of many in the Lucida font family. Designers Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes created the fun and easy to read family in 1993 for uses in a variety of print ranging from magazines to newsletters. The family was aptly named “Lucida” as a reference to the easily understood format and “lucid” nature. You may recognize Lucida Bright from it’s home in the Microsoft Office suite.


Our Font of the Week images are created by Emily Clark, an Expert Production Artist at CustomInk and a self-declared font addict. Font of the Week fuels Emily’s passion to research and learn more about beloved typefaces like Lucida Bright. What font should Emily feature next? Sound off in the comments below!

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