Corporate Textile Image
Flexible and capable hand screen printing for multiple uses.
Our work revolves around the print outcome. We have many ways to print and the thinking to solve unusual requests with low chemical emmission interior environments and effective branding on soft textile.
One of our key audiences is the application to new technologies in building codes through architects for low (to none) emmission indoor fabrics for upholstery. This also translates
to branded uniforms and then corporate advertising.
Future proof your corporate interiors or brand your event.
In corporate applications, colour and branding are paramount. As designers we can understand your communications and your project scope. We enable the translation through our processes to achieve your purpose and visual objectives.
Need something that is just that bit involved for the everyday makers - at the end of the day you need delivery that makes everyone look good.
Left - AussieBum Briefs branded in the 'Myer' logo for 'G'day LA'.
(Pearl and white super cover base onto polester base)
Middle - Rachael Ruddick - Silk Scarf for 'The Bag Lunch' for 'Sydney Childrens Hospital', Randwick.
(Single colour 45lpi halftone print onto white silk cut panels)
Right - Permaset Inks swatch books
(12 combinations 144 colours, 16 fabrics - Hemps to plastics)
Art is history
Design is timeless
Brand is everything
Make your mark
Screenhaus ACCESS Newsletter FEATURE STORIES -
Access 1 - Chic Aboriginal Art - mainstream
Our feature story for this edition is working with people developing both fashion and furnishings from Aboriginal art.This is a piece written by Sophie Seeger from The Seeger Gallery about the work of Chris (Wirriimbi-Oak) Edwards and the new collection of ultra - cool modern home furnishings.
Access 2 - Online Boutiques/ centres of influence and The Grand Social
A candid interview with Nick Gower - the creator of 'The Grand Social' the online fashion/ culture internet environment and trail blazer of Australian Gen Y (and just maybe the world) fashion interactive access culture.