Production Specifics

Max standard textile print size 40x50cm Max textile print size 50x70cm Max Flatstock print size SRA2 Max number of colours 6 Max Digital print size A1 Get a Grip are specialists in screen printing garments and textiles with waterbased ink for retail businesses, brands and artists. They also print screen printed and giclee paper and card products. They can produce small quantities, from 10 up to large volume runs of 10,000 + Get a Grip are a small, skilled and experienced team who endeavour to found their business in line with their own personal standards and ability.

Turnaround Time10 Days
Starting CostUp to £100
Production Access workshops & classes
File, .pdf, .jpeg, .svg, .psd


Recycled cardboard 100% organic cotton Bamboo Paper Tencel Recycled polyester


Giclee Silk Screenprinting


Canon s2000 ROQ Automic Textile Carousel Antec Manual Carousel Manual Print benches

Works With

Large Businesses
Small Companies
General Public


Bespoke 1-offs
Short Run
Medium Run
Large Run

Company History

In 2006 Get A Grip co-founder Sam started an environmentally friendly clothing brand, Huk Apparel. After struggling to find an environmentally friendly screen printer, when he did, although the prints were good, the price was high and service left something to be desired. In 2007 Sam founded Eco-Merch LTD, an environmentally friendly screen printing services supplying only organic cotton and other sustainable garments and printing with 100% waterbased inks. Meanwhile, Kay had been developing her brand and print service, Cut-Out Shop, out of her garage in Wolverhampton. Again using only waterbased inks. They met through Kay's shared shop in the Custard Factory, Birmingham in 2009. After discovering they shared the same ideas and brand aesthetics, they started Get A Grip Studio in 2009. In 2012, Kay left to move south and now co-runs a record label in Exeter. Sam was joined by Lucy in 2014, incorporating the company as Sustainable Supply Ltd, but still trading as Get A Grip Studio. In 2017 Get A Grip (as a trading name of Sustainable Supply Ltd) became an organic certified screen printers, certified by the Soil Association to the Global Organic Textile Standards. In April 2017, Get A grip returned to Sam's original routes and stopped printing on any non organic/non sustainable fabrics. They have only ever used Water Based Inks.

Contact Get A Grip Studio

ContactSam Foggan
Director and Co founder
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AddressUnit 11 Stirchley Trading Estate
Hazelwell Rd B30 2PF
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