Ellen’s Silkscreening is a medium sized apparel printing and embroidery company based in South Pasadena, California. We regularly handle printed and embroidered orders of between 24 and 5,000 units in-house on a 7-10 working day turnaround. Our knowledgeable sales team also sources out printed promotional product orders to a large network of vendors on a daily basis.
office manager and social media designer Caitlin Clarkson was recently asked to
create a custom design for an exhibit at the Norton Simon
Museum in Pasadena, CA (printed at
Seven years ago, LA Superior Court Judge Craig Mitchell began visiting the shelter Midnight Mission in Los Angeles’s notorious Skid Row after being invited by a parolee. Mitchell started going on regular runs with homeless shelter residents, recovering addicts, and ex-convicts. They were joined by lawyers, members of law enforcement, and local business owners; a running club was soon formed.
Ellen’s Silkscreening is proud to support and provide branded promotional items for the So Cal Women’s Health / Beauty & Empowerment Conference and Expo, to be held this upcoming November 3rd at the Pasadena Hilton. Notable guests include Hon. Gavin Newsom, Lieutenant Governor of California, and Kathryn Barger, 5th District Supervisor of Los Angeles County.
Above are examples of an embroidered hat made for staff and silk screened tote bags that will be given out to attendees.
The So Cal Women’s Health / Beauty & Empowerment Conference & Expo brings together thousands of women, families, community-based health organizations, medical professionals, and beauty and wellness experts for a day of education, inspiration, and fun.
For more information on how to attend the event, please visit their website.
For more information on apparel and promotional goods from Ellen’s, please visit us here.
Every Sunday, rain or shine, the city of Beverly Hills hosts more than 60 farmers and vendors at the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market.
Here you can see the way colors are layered to make the print: first yellow on a white base, then red, blue, and black.
A mainstay of the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market is their classic farmer mascot. Market manager Greta Dunlap contacted illustrator and Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market volunteer Gary Baseman to create something special, and in 2004 their mascot was born.
See how we dig in to making full color shirts for this South Dakota icon
Since 2005, Chubby Chipmunk Hand-Dipped Chocolates has been keeping Deadwood’s sweet tooth satisfied with delicious hand made delicacies. When they found themselves in need of custom printed apparel, they reached across state lines to us here at Ellen’s! We immediately recognized them as kindred spirits, dedicated just as we were to producing the best hand made goods possible.