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  • Embroidered Workwear

    Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric, using thread to apply the image. This technique has been used for centuries as a way of embellishing clothing and furniture. However, since the mechanisation of this technique, companies have utilised embroidery for marketing and branding purposes. By choosing embroidery over other applications, you can often achieve a […]

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  • Sports Societies 101

    Sports Society Kit – The Best Way to Play Sports societies are a great way to get some exercise at university and can be a great way to meet people with similar interests. However, when taking part in these activities, it is essential to have the proper kit. Specialised kit is a must when playing […]

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  • Focus on: Gildan T-Shirts

    Focus on: Gildan T-Shirts – 100% Cotton Welcome to the first in a short series of articles on some of the major brands that make up the Revolution Shirts catalogue. Today we are taking a look at the 100% cotton Gildan T-Shirts available from Gildan Activewear. You can click on any of the product images in this […]

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  • Colour Psychology – A Marketing Goldmine?

    Introduction to Colour in Marketing Within the Business world, the use of colour can evoke either positive or negative feelings. Therefore, successful marketing must incorporate colour to maximise its effectiveness. Take the golden yellow McDonald’s M: the colour yellow signifies happiness, optimism and cheerfulness – an image that the company most likely wishes to epitomise. […]

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  • Screen Printing – A quick guide

    What you need to know about Screen Printing In this article Revolution Shirts look at some of the pros and cons of screen printing garments. When it comes to getting your design printed on garments it is easy to get a bit overwhelmed by the choice of different decoration methods available. Obviously, at Revolution Shirts, […]

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  • Corporate gifts at Christmas

    Personalised corporate gifts from Revolution As the first person to give corporate gifts, Jasper Freemont Meek hit upon the idea in 1886 when his newspaper’s printing press was left idle between editions. Meek approached his retailer friend with the idea of printing his business’s name (Cantwell Shoes) on free book bags for children – so the […]