A simple DIY alternative to screen-printing powered by sunlight.
Inkodye® is a photosensitive dye activated by sunlight or UV. It works on cotton, linen, silk, rayon, canvas, or any other natural and absorbent material. Once finished, your print is soft, permanent and can be machine washed without fading. Learn more ›
1. Apply InkodyeCoat your shirt or fabric with sunlight-activated Inkodye in a dim environment.
2. Block light Negatives or objects can be used to selectively block light from activating Inkodye.
3. ExposeInkodye develops its color in sunlight or bright UV, about 10 to 20 minutes on a bright day.
4. WashRemove the unexposed dye using Inkowash to make your print permanent.
Your wardrobe is a blank canvas.
Our free app makes it easy to mockup your Inkodye designs and create negatives.
Order personalized 12x12 inch negatives (US only) or print on your home inkjet using Inkofilm transparency sheets.
Custom reusable negatives are available for $7 each. Less than 1/3 the price of an equivalent silkscreen.