Last week Levi’s opened their first London-based Print Workshop in the Regent Street store. Running until the 3rd of August, customers will be able to get creative and screen print their own Levi’s t-shirt with a design by graphic artist, Anthony Burrill.
I had a little experience with screen printing, from an A-level in fashion design, but definitely needed the process explained to me again. And it turns out I still have no upper body strength, as I failed to press hard enough on the board, giving my print a scratchy and faded appearance. Luckily I like the worn-in look…
If you’re keen to get involved simply head down to Levi’s Regent Street store and purchase the £25 white t-shirt. The screen printing experience is free of charge and lot’s of fun. A must-do this summer!
You can also get involved on Twitter, by sending in your own slogan ideas. Simply tweet your suggestion along with “#PrintLondon” and, if selected by the Levi’s team, it could be put into production. Do you like the sound of Levi’s Print London Workshop? Will you get involved?