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Studio Time

March 2016
Studio Time
Artisan Tees moves to bigger digs

Have you noticed that Artisan Tees’ colorful little storefront has disappeared from Spring Street? Not to worry—the company’s just moved on to bigger and better things, one block away.

”After four years, we’d outgrown the space,” explains Andy Natusch, owner of the outfit that hand-prints graphic tees—as well as skirts, tank tops, leggings, and more—using eco-friendly inks.

The larger studio space at 68 Spring offers more room to grow his wholesale business and keep up with custom printing requests from clients like Affordabike, Charleston Animal Society, and Virgil Kaine.

Customers can make appointments to shop the studio, but Artisan Tees is also a regular at markets and events and keeps artisantees.com well-stocked with new designs. Men’s and women’s tees come in a variety of styles and designs, including ”Cat Detectives,” ”In the Pines,” and ”Chevron.”

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