On June 10th, ArtLab said a final farewell to our friend Dick Catri. A memorial paddle out will be held at Sebastian Inlet State Park on the south side. Gathering at 9am with memorial service at 10am, followed by the paddle out. Phil Roberts has created & donated this beautiful art specifically for this occasion. ArtLabhttp://artlabfla.com will be printing t-shirts. Roger Sinigoi is donating toward the cost of the shirts. We will also be donating posters with this original art and Phil will be on hand to sign them. Donations will be accepted, with all proceeds going to the family to offset the costs of this event.
In regards to the Memorial service to be held for Dick Catri this coming Saturday. The Catri family wishes to convey the following information:
ATTENTION !!! PADDLE OUT PARTICIPANTS
Because of the influence, Dick has had on our surfing community and the responses being received Let us not FORGET!!! THIS IS A MEMORIAL SERVICE as well as PADDLE OUT!
1. Respectful of Sebastian Inlet State Park and please CAR POOL!!! So Important!!!!
2. Use you annual Park Pass if you have one.
3. Over flow Beach access parking in South Parking Area ¼ mile past the inlet entrance.
4. Inside Park be courteous to the Park Rangers and Helpers. They are Just doing their job to accommodate us for this Treasured Memorial for Dick
5. Paddle out instruction will be given at the end of the service. If you arrive during the service (10-11) PLEASE go directly to the beach as to not interrupt the service and wait for the instructions for the Paddle Out.
6. Be Great Ocean and Beach enthusiasts and Leave the inlet (our Playground) cleaner than when you arrived.
We have an amazing Surfing Community and we know this will be a successful event if we all work together.
T-shirts started off as underwear. During the First World War, European soldiers wore them underneath their uniforms to keep warm. American troops copied the idea and started calling them ‘T-shirts‘ because of their T shape
In the 1950s, movie stars like James Dean shocked the world by wearing their T-shirts as proper clothes on telly. It caught on fast and by the 1960s T-shirts had taken over. Sports teams, clubs and rock bands were all using colours and logos on their ‘tees’ to get noticed. During the 20th century, the T-shirt went from military-issue wear to an iconic fashion statement, according to the “The T-Shirt Book,” a 2002 history of the garment by Charlotte Brunel. Brunel writes that the shirt went through several mid-century phases, as a symbol of heroism worn by World War II fighters, the rebel uniform of movie icons like Marlon Brando, the socially conscious garb of the 1960s peace movement, and the in-your-face costume of the punk rock scene. The T-shirt was also a democratizing force in the military because it was worn by all ranks, a philosophy extended to the civilian world when veterans “by the likes of Elvis Presley, John F. Kennedy as well as the working man” kept wearing the shirts after completing their service, Brunel said.
“In a word, the T-shirt is to clothing what the blank sheet of paper is to writing — a surface for imagination and free expression to run wild,” Brunel writes.
People are still using T-shirts to make statements. ArtLab can help you to make a statement too! Call us today for more information at 321.984.8844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Italian denim brand Replay has introduced jeans that feature a vinyl pocket equipped with a small bluetooth device. This communicates with the wearer’s smartphone via a dedicated app to easily and immediately share updates with their social networks.
Social Denim lets you quickly click the device to let people know your current location or mood. Your “happiness level” features eight different moods to choose from, ranging from positive to negative.
Prices range from $196 to $260.
Would you wear (and tweet from) these social media jeans? Tell us in the comments…
ArtLab T-Shirts and Graphic Services is not just a T-Shirt company. We provide a myriad of Graphic Services as well. ArtLab does Signs, Banners and Decals for both indoor and outdoor use. We do vehicle graphics on cars, trucks, vans, boats and even airplanes! Our banners can be small for point of purchase displays or large stadium size murals. We do short run full color decals or decals by the thousands, no decal job is too big or too small for ArtLab. We manufacture signs on various substrates, wood, aluminum, corrugated plastic and many other plastic materials for a variety of uses. Shop windows, point or purchase, political, real estate and constructions signs are among the many types of signs we do.
ArtLab T-Shirts and Graphic Services is now offering full color Business Card printing. Printed on 14pt white stock, both sides with UV coating, . . . 1000 cards for ONLY $55*!! On new orders an Art Charge* will be added for the first order only. If we are already doing your logo for tees or signs then that will be a very minimal charge. Huge price discounts for larger quantity orders! Just ask when you are placing your business card order. Full color, UV coated, double-sided business cards, the number one way to promote yourself! ArtLab T-Shirts and Graphic Services also does Post Cards, Door Hangers, Flyers and other paper printing products. Here are three recent business card layouts.
Call us today for a price quote 321.984.8844 or see our other promotional products in our facebook album http://www.facebook.com/artlabfl
Happy new year, and welcome to the Art Lab official blog! We are a new custom screen printing shop with over 3 DECADES of experience in the industry! Anything from custom t-shirts to promotional merchandise, we can print it. Don’t forget to visit our main website, www.artlabfla.com. Check back for our latest projects, designs and news.