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Print Your Own T-shirt with Drop Dead London

Stylish urban brand Drop Dead London and People of Print have teamed up to give customers a bespoke printing experience this weekend 1st and 2nd of October, at Drop Dead’s London flagship in Marshall Street, Soho.

Stylish urban brand Drop Dead London and People of Print have teamed up to give customers a bespoke printing experience this weekend 1st and 2nd of October, at Drop Dead’s London flagship in Marshall Street, Soho.

Customers can choose from a few carefully selected designs that will only be available on these dates. Staff will be on hand to assist and advise anyone who fancies a go at printing their own t-shirt. It’s an excellent opportunity to experience the t-shirt printing process first-hand and create something unusual for the very accessible price of £30.

www.dropdead.co

Opening Times:
Sat: 10am – 7pm
Sun: 12noon – 6pm

Drop Dead London
35 Marshall Street
Soho
London
W1F 7EX

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