In need of fast, convenient, and reliable printing? We’ve got the print masters for you! Whether it be apparel, stickers, embroidery, banners, posters, [or whatever your ink-inspired heart desires], check out three Pittsburgh-based print services that can bring your creative designs to life:

Commonwealth Press

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Commonwealth Press (CWP) has been printing strong for over 20 years with what started as a small business in a basement. Now in a 20,000 sq. ft. warehouse, they can handle any job, big or small. Have an idea? CWP has services beyond screen printing. This includes quoted services for shirts, garments, stickers, banners, vinyl, koozies, posters, and print packages. They also do custom work for those out-of-the-print-box ideas. They have a passion for printing and are uniquely recognized as a Pittsburgh-based AFL/CIO Trade Union Screen Printing Shop.

Revival Print Co.

Image via Revival Print Co., @revivalprintco, Instagram

As a full-service printing and copy center, Rival Print Co. specializes in anything and everything in between apparel printing, flyers, posters, stickers, and retail-ready items. They also can steer through embroidery and design! From Black Lives Matter totes bags, Pittsburgh-inspired tees, Revival Print Co. patches, and more, check out their online store to shop products or contact Revival Print Co. for custom orders.

Pure Screen Printing

Image via Pure Screen Printing, @purescreenprinting, Instagram

Located in the South Side, Pure Screen Printing focuses on garments, stickers, embroidery, and other mediums including koozies, cloth napkins, band posters, coasters, and more. From basic spot color prints, halftone printing, oversized prints, and specialty prints, they have all the samples of their print services showcased on their website for you to choose your vision for printing. Plus, they pride themselves on being the first and only shop in Pittsburgh that has a more sustainable/eco approach to the printing process that includes using an array of inks to avoid PVC and phthalates. Learn more about their eco approach by visiting “What’s Eco.”

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Colin Parrish

Colin is a Pittsburgh born and raised, daydreamer, restaurant foodie addict whose passions include running, thrifting, camping, and having a healthy amount of coffee or Malbec (depending on the time of day) . As a typical jagoff, you can catch him shopping in the Strip, running in Highland Park, or finding the best hiking views just outside of the city. He is a content manager for YaJagoff Media LLC and currently lives in Etna, PA.

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