- ARTISTS’ PARTICIPATION
- SEE MY PICTURE IN YOKI ATTITUDES
- SHIPPING INFORMATION
- SHIPPING FEES
- WHAT DOES SOLD OUT MEAN?
- T-SHIRT QUALITY
- WHERE DO WE SHIP?
- SCREEN PRINTING
All artists that would like to join our community and submit their work can e-mail us at email@example.com.
YokiAttitudes members will receive weekly our newsletter and be informed first about:
New designs printed and also older designs reprinted.
Items released on sale.
Our choice of events and exhibitions that will take place in Athens
Our packaging reflects our way of thinking. Keep it simple, beautiful and eco friendly.
All t-shirts are packaged inside the original Jiffy bag and by far the toughest postal bag - actually proven to get thicker the more it is used. Made entirely of recyclable and recycled material.
Our idea was to put Velcro stickers on the flap so that you can re-use this beautiful bag as a case for your iPad, or netbook, papers, keys and stuff in general. Hope you like our idea.
Of course we hope that you will like what you ordered and will want to keep it forever. If this isn’t the case then here is what you can do:
If the item has a default or you simply don’t like it you have 30 days, from the moment you receive the ‘Final Confirmation’ email, to return it to us. It must be in its original condition (not washed - not worn). Washed or worn items will not be accepted.
When you return the item please let us know what is wrong with it or the reasons you don’t like it by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org . In order to process your return, please include your name, email address and order number along with the items that you're returning.
Also you will have the option to either have your money refunded or exchange the item with another one, if that item is of course available.
1. If you're asking for a refund for an item you didn’t like, you'll only be reimbursed for the item(s) returned. The original shipping cost is non-refundable.
2. If you're asking for a refund for an item that has a default, you'll be reimbursed for the item(s) returned along with the original shipping cost.
3. If you're asking for an exchange, we'll send your replacement item(s) but you will be charged with the shipping fees.
The return address is:
YOKI ATTITUDES O.E.
78, Spetson str.
GR 113 62 Athens
It is actually very easy to see your face inside Yoki Attitudes. All you have to do is have your picture taken (of course!) wearing our t-shirt and then send it by e-mail to email@example.com. All your pictures are uploaded, no exceptions!
Your picture will then appear next to the design that you bought in a special place named ‘Your pictures’. That simple!
We ship, of course, inside Greece but we ship worldwide as well!
Following are the shipping options we offer:
Inside Greece (using ELTA) within 1 - 2 days.
European Union, USA, Canada, Australia & Japan (using Greek post office combined with registered mail service):
European Union – 4 to 10 days
All other destinations – 5 to 20 days
Shipping is based on the weight of the shipment and the shipping method. To determine the cost of shipping, add the items you want in your shopping cart and proceed to checkout. The second step of checkout- the shipping method page- will let you know the shipping cost.
EXAMPLE: Fees for 1 t-shirt
Inside Greece (using ELTA - the Greek post office):
Greece - 2,03 EUR
Extra cost in order to pay upon receipt: 2.30 EUR
Worldwide (using Greek post office and registered mail service):
European Union – 4,30 EUR
USA, Canada, Japan & Australia – 4,75 EUR
NOTE: Custom fees and additional fees may apply for international shipments. Contact your local customs office for more info.
When you find the t-shirt you like to buy and your size says ‘Sold out’ that means that it is currently out of stock. That means that we cannot let you order it. But, what you can do is press on the link that says ‘Help us get this t-shirt reprinted. We’ll send you an email if it does’.
We only reprint designs after they receive a certain amount of requests from all of the users. If we reprint one of your requested tees you'll receive an email informing you. Some designs you have requested may never be reprinted while others are reprinted quickly, so make sure you're signed up for the Yoki attitudes newsletter where you'll be notified if and when reprints happen.
Keep in mind that we always print limited number of t-shirts in order to maintain the originality of our designs. We want to make sure what you get is a limited edition product!
We print on American Apparel and Continental Clothing t-shirts. For more information on the fabric, shrinkage, size, washing instructions and finally how to take care of the stamp please see the charts or click here.
We ship to Greece, Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and Japan.
If you would like to order from another country, please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the postage cost promptly.
Screen printing is one of the early methods of printing. It involves the passing of ink or any other printing medium through a mesh or 'screen' that has been stretched on a frame, and to which a stencil has been applied. The stencil openings determine the image that will thus be imprinted.
Screen printing was a technique first used by the Chinese almost 2000 years ago. They used human hair stretched across a wooden frame to form the screen. To that they attached a stencil made from leaves stuck together into different shapes. This was probably the first application of screen printing ever.
Subsequently, the Japanese adopted the screen printing process and used woven silk to make the mesh and lacquers to make stencils. The use of silk is where screen printing got its alternative name – Silk screening or silk screen printing.
In 1907, it was Samuel Simon near Manchester who patented the first ever industrial screen printing process. Many years later close to the First World War, John Pilsworth of San Francisco developed the Selectasine method, which basically introduced the concept of multi-color printing using the same screen. Different areas on the screen were blocked out for different color inks, thus resulting in a multi-colored image. This technique became hugely popular for printing signs and posters in large quantities.
From using hair to silk to polymer meshes, screen printing has come a long way today. The basic technique remains the same…