What is Creatore?
Creatore is a textile manufacturer and studio for business and creativity. We offer an American interface service with the quality of Mexican artisans experts in the industry.
Screen printing, is a method of applying ink to a substrate (such as fabric, paper, or plastic) through a mesh screen. The screen is prepared with a stencil of the design, allowing ink to be pressed through the open areas onto the substrate. Each color in the design requires a separate screen, making it suitable for designs with a limited number of colors. Start Here
DTG printing is a process that involves printing a design directly onto a garment using specialized inkjet printers. It's especially useful for intricate designs and detailed artwork, as it can reproduce a wide range of colors and gradients directly onto fabric. Start Here
360 Heat Transfer
360-degree heat transfer typically refers to a method where heat transfer technology is used to apply designs all around a three-dimensional object, such as a mug or a curved surface. This method allows for consistent and high-quality design application on various surfaces. Start Here
Visual communication through the use of typography, images, colors, and other elements. We create visual concepts to convey ideas, inform, or captivate an audience. Start Here
Sketch, select fabrics, and oversee the production process to bring creative concepts to life. Start Here
Embroidery is a decorative technique where thread is stitched onto fabric to create designs, patterns, and textures. It can be done by hand or using computerized embroidery machines, adding depth and visual interest to clothing, accessories, and textiles. Start Here
Textile to Apparel Creation
Textile to apparel creation is the process of transforming raw textiles (fabrics) into finished clothing items. This involves various stages such as designing, pattern making, cutting, sewing, and finishing, culminating in the production of wearable garments. Start Here