Camp T Shirts – ArtLab Printing – Signs, Banners, Car Decals


It is Summer Camp time and ArtLab ArtLab is printing our share of Camp T-Shirts. Here is a view of our Semi-Automatic press in operation cranking out red and yellow t-shirts!
Kevin Wright is running the machine and young Pete is catching.

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1728 Agora Circle

Palm Bay FL 32909

321-984-8844

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ArtLab T Shirts and Signs – Printing – Melbourne, Viera, Palm Bay FL


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1728 Agora Circle

Palm Bay, FL 32909

321 984 8844

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ArtLab T Shirts – Surfing – Dick Catri – Sign Printing – Palm Bay FL, Melbourne FL, Sebastian Inlet


   On June 10th the entire surfing community came together at Sebastian Inlet State Park to honor our good friend and mentor Dick Catri. Dick had passed away recently due to complications after a series of strokes. Dick was known as the Godfather of surfing on the East Coast, being the first to bring surfing to the east coast, the first to bring surf contests to the East Coast and known for developing top pro surfers in our area. Kelly Slater comes to mind. Remember that picture of young Kelly in front of Shagg’s Surf Shop, posing with the other Team Catri riders? In that photo all of those surfboards were airbrushed by ArtLabs owner Steve McElwee, and the sign over the doorway to Shagg’s Surf Shop too. Steve started his career working for Dick at his surfboard factory airbrushing the graphics on surfboards. Steve said, Dick used to tell me “make them look fast!”

Thousands of people have paid tribute to Dick and the Memorial PaddleOut at the Inlet was epic and will live on in history. To commemorate the event we wanted to do something special. Since ArtLab does T-Shirts and Signs the answer was obvious. We decided we would do a memorial T-Shirt. Roger Sinigoi owner of Stone Mosaics in Palm Bay and longtime surf friend wanted to help too and he donated some funds toward the project. Steve called on Phil Roberts, who is a first rate illustrator from Melbourne, who now lives in Newport Beach, California. You may have seen his work at the movies or on a magazine cover, his works are too numerous to name so here is a link to his website philroberts.com

When Steve called, Phil offered to do a commemorative piece for the PaddleOut. After all Dick Catri was the first to recognize and promote Phil’s talent too. The resulting art was so awesome! We decided to also do posters and banners for the Memorial too. With the help of Roger and Phil we donated all of the shirts and posters in Dick’s memory. Donations were accepted at the Inlet and all proceeds were given to the Catri family to offset the considerable expense to put on the Memorial that day. After the event the banners were donated to the East Coast Surf Museum and to the Catri Family. We understand one of them is on it’s way to Hawaii for a Memorial PaddleOut to be held there on the North Shore!

Over two hundred tees and one hundred posters were gobbled up on Saturday morning. Many people who arrived a little later did not get one. We have been asked to make more and we have done so. The shirts are now available at our office, Catalyst Surf Shop in Melbourne Beach and the MTB Surf Emporium in Melbourne. Posters are still available through our office only. Proceeds from the sale of these items will be donated to Surfers for Autism at the request of the Catri Family and Phil Roberts.

Rest In Peace our dear friend Dick Catri 1938 -2017

 

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The First T Shirt Models -ArtLab also does Banners – Signs – Decals – T Shirts – Palm Bay FL


1913 The First T-Shirt Models White cotton, crewneck T-shirts became regulation underwear for the U.S. Navy. Two decades later, at the University of Southern California, football players don similar shirts to prevent chafing from heavy shoulder pads. The tees became so fashionable that students start pilfering them for casual wear. In response, the school began stenciling “Property of USC” on its T-shirts as a crime-prevention tactic, not a statement of pride. 1951 An Undershirt Named Desire

 

Hollywood rebel Marlon Brando exudes animal magnetism in A Streetcar Named Desire when he wears a thin, white T-shirt. Teens dig the look, and by year’s end, T-shirt sales total $180 million. But for Brando, the style is only a means to an end. A graduate of The Actors’ Studio, he’d learned to use his body to show his character’s inner turmoil. The T-shirt is only a thin veil, meant to cover not only his rippling physique, but also his character’s bestial urges. ArtLab T Shirts, Graphics, Signs, Banners, and Car Vinyls. Whether you are promoting your Business, Event, School or Organization, ArtLab T-Shirts and Graphic Services of Palm Bay is your ONE-STOP source for ALL of Your Promotional needs!  http://artlabfla.com or Like us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/ArtLabFl or call 321-984-8844.  

Signs, Banners and more at ArtLab T Shirts and Graphics


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Palm Bay, Florida 32909

 

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The Past Designs – Baptist Church – ArtLab screen printing!


This is a design we did at the request of Macedonia Baptist Church in Melbourne, Florida. Reverend Nathaniel Harris, Pastor. Check them out, it’s a great Baptist Church.

 

 

 

Whether you are promoting your Business, Event, School or Organization, ArtLab T-Shirts, Graphics, Signs, and Banners of Palm Bay  Fl. is your ONE-STOP source for ALL of Your Promotional needs!

 

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