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DTG Business – Studio & Team

Having been established in the creative arts hub Islington Mill Salford for nearly a decade as our sibling screen printing company one69a. We’ve screen printed for a wealth of different clients including Umbro, Nike, Manchester Art Gallery, Patagonia and Stan Chow to name a few. We have experimented with printing onto a whole host of different things from t-shirts to records sleeves to breeze blocks. After acknowledging a demand within our customer base for smaller runs of high quality printed garments, with an even better turnaround time and without the setup costs associated with screen printing, we decided to expand into DTG printing. 

Nestled in what was formerly the mill’s gig space, DTG Mcr studio sits alongside One69a to form a comprehensive garment printing solution. We’re your one-stop shop for online garment ordering delivered to your door. Looking for a small batch of printed garments for your event? Say no more. Looking to set up that streetwear brand you’ve been dreaming about? We’ll fulfil your orders without the need for you to hold any stock and ship to your customers for you. Fill out our online quotation form, we’ll aim to get a quote to you same day. 

Our Team

We’ve an experienced and passionate team at the helm. Directors Mark Jermyn and Nathan Hughes oversee the day to day operation of things in the studio and behind the scenes. 

Mark along with his business partner Sally Gilford established one69a decade ago. They were printing for a host of local businesses from their basement back then but now each of them caters for different markets within the printing industry with Sally an established educator and facilitator and Mark along with Nathan firmly established in the garment and fine art printing side of things. Four studio spaces later they’re firmly nestled in the former event space on the ground floor of Islington Mill. Mark a regular on the music and street art scene of Manchester has exhibited nationally and internationally through his alias Moderate Realism with major commissions for the Refuge and The Lowry, Salford Quays. Nathan joined in March 2016. A Salford University graduate with a real talent for all things design. Now a screen print virtuoso with a budding streetwear business Habits. You’re in safe hands. 

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