Mission Print offers a comprehensive Screen Print and Offset Litho service.
Verified by Make Works Birmingham September 2015
Mission print offers a comprehensive Screen Print and Offset Litho service, offering a broad range of print and design services including, but not limited to, Fine Art editions, vinyl stickers, signage, retail clothing, flyers and booklets. They work from a range of original formats and offer a comprehensive design service if required. They have experience in quality commercial and retail printing and have also gained a wealth of experience in the reproduction of Fine Art posters and artwork over the years. Their in-house designer is fully versed in complex separation work allowing them to make swift adjustments to your artwork. Minimum orders are dependent on the job, for example the minimum order for t-shirts is 20 garments and other processes have practical minimums.
|Turnaround Time||1 week|
|Starting Cost||Depends on job|
|Production Access||by appointment|
|File Types||.pdf .jpg|
MaterialsPaper Finishing Products Vinyl Printmaking Inks Fabric Archival paper
ProcessesPrinting Bookbinding Digital Printing Letterpress Printing Textile Printing Screenprinting Show more
MachinesRoland Versacamm Heidelberg speedmaster 5 colour press Epson 9900 M and R Sportsman Screen Printing Press M and R Gauntlet Screen Printing Press
Video: Workshop Birmingham visit Mission Print in Digbeth
Mission Print started way back in 1995 in the spare bedroom of a shared house in Balsall Heath. Screens were washed out in the shower, artwork was penned by hand, tshirts dried with a heat gun and deliveries made by bike. After a few months of waking up to the smell of solvents housemates encouraged a move into a low rent unit in Digbeth (now Eastside). Over four years the company grew in size, taking on more space, staff and clients. Early clients came mainly from the action sports and music business and Mission built a reputation on quality TShirts and stickers at a fair price. In 2000 the company moved to its current location, 7000 sqft of Digbeth's finest factory units complete with a custom painted building. Until 1936 it was a pub called the Royal Oak and dates back to 1825.