Drive by Press Fashion show New Orleans!


Drive by Press recently went down the Big Easy to hang out with some of our crew and make some art, some pictures, and some mayhem! We had a great time. Check out more of the Photos here.  

Drive by Press at Lullapalooza 2012 Chicago!


Greetings Everyone! We are pleased to announce that Drive by Press has just been confirmed for Lollapalooza 2012!  Drive by Press will be set up and vending and printing at Green Street Art Market during the festival. 

August 3- 5th 2012 in Chicago's Grant Park!  If you are planning on going, please stop by and say hello! We will be printing several brand new designs from our new 2012 Summer Line. We hope to see you all there!  

Drive by Press will be doing its part to put the "Green" in Green Street!  We have made the commitment to sustainability. This included some changes for us, but we are dedicated to protecting the environment and hope the changes we have made will inspire others to join us in our efforts.  Drive by Press’s apparel print studio process is sustainable and environmentally friendly! Our designs are carved onto recycled wood, printed onto organic cotton apparel, and made with completely non-toxic inks.  Even the packaging has changed to 100% recycled paper bags.  We are doing our part to reduce our carbon footprint, and create a better world, one t-shirt at a time! 

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Drive by Press in Pensacola Florida!

 Drive by Press went out on the road this spring and decided to head South! One of our first stops was way down there in Pensacola FL. While we were there we had the pleasure of sharing what we do with some very excited young students.  We had a great time meeting and printing for these guys. One of them got so into it he decided to make this video! Check it out! 

Big Thanks to AngryGrandaddy for the shout out and posting the video! 

Drive by Press featured by Event Joe

Drive by's very own Greg was interviewed by our good buddy Joe at Greg gave a great interview about the early days of DBP and told some funny stories about tragedy and triumph. Way back when they were working out of a pickup truck! 

Check out the blog post here 

and a video from those days: