4-Color Process

4-Color Process is used to create a multicolor design (usually photographic images) using four inks: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black (also known as CMYK). These colors can be used in combination and in varying degrees of transparency to create any color.

This process works best on light-colored shirts because the transparent CMYK inks tend to pick up the hue of the shirt underneath them.

However, 4-color process printing is a Superior specialty, and our team is expert in printing on dark fabrics as well as light. Our expert in-house art team understands that good color separations are key in producing a good print. And our screeners know the underbase is crucial for dark prints. Due to the complexity of the artwork, additional art charges may apply. 


**This technique is only available from our Abbeville, SC facility.