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Art Brands' Solar Tees - sunny news for retailers
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Jun '11
Art Brands LLC announces a major breakthrough in color-changing technology for apparel by launching a new line of Solar Tees. These advanced graphics boast graphics that look simple in black and white only to transform into full color in the sunlight.

When wearing the t-shirts the licensed art prints appear in simple black and white tones inside your home or under artificial light. The magic happens when you walk outside into the sunlight. Slowly and gradually a beautiful, full color image appears and completely changes the look of the shirt.

“Color-changing inks have been around for quite some time but the colors were dull, and the final product without much detail,” says Larry Levine, president of Art Brands LLC.

“We have developed a proprietary heat transfer product that has an amazing transformative effect on the original graphic; in full color and high detail.” After an extensive development process the final product is now available in selected art images. It is also possible to adapt your own images to this process as a custom design.

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