Julian hand prints his t-shirts using a process called half-tone screen printing where the ink is manually pushed into the cotton fibres.  After printing, the shirt is left to dry then the ink is heated to 200°C to cure. This process ensures the print’s longevity and resistance to fading or washing out.


He prints on only the best quality 100% combed cotton t-shirts (grey marle contains 15% viscose). They are pre-shrunk to minimise shrinkage and hold their shape even after many years of wear and wash cycles.