Veteran needs Printing Machines for T-Shirt Biz

Our used machines are broken, old and unrepairable, we don’t have the printing and pressing machines to make the t-shirts for our customers the way we used to.  We are not willing to close our doors, help us stay open! We are immediately seeking $60, 000 for 2 ‘new’ printers and a presser to keep our business viable during the current Covid-19 crisis. With any donation over $25 we'd like to give you a t-shirt to thank you for your support. (contact via email with your size and style from our website: Evolution3sixty Apparel )

Larry, an Airforce Vietnam Veteran, graphic artist and t-shirt screen printer is the owner of Evolution3sixty Apparel  (, an online cultural t-shirt company that provides unique and customized all over color sublimated t-shirts that speaks to all aspects of our cultural experience. 

U.S. News and Business Report Selects Evolution3sixty was selected by the U.S. News and Business Report in October 2020 for project 7148 that monitor’s small business growth in which an internet video was created, which is the video presented at the top of this page. This is quite an honor! Evolution3sixty  has been online empowering and delighting customers with unique customized and cultural t-shirts since 2017.

Larry’s background spans several decades in the screen printing business and he has several degrees in computer and art design. As a graphic designer he is able to provide personalized and customized logo’s, posters, mouse pads, plates, mugs and t-shirts specifically for anniversaries, athletic teams, birthdays’, class and family reunions, church functions, cultural affairs, graduations, fraternities and sororities, home coming events, memorials, organizations and workshops. We carry an emporium of African American, African, Afro-Latino, Black Indian, Black Cowboy, Egyptian, Orisha and Rastafarian t-shirts that represents ALL of US.

After Vietnam

Larry started a screen printing business in a condemned building in New York city when he was a homeless veteran 6 years after returning home from Vietnam. From that condemned building he made t-shirts for Boys Choir of Harlem, 3 novelty shops in the Times Square area, Randy’s Dandy’s on 57th street, and made t-shirts for all the rock concerts that would come through Madison Square Garden, in New York city.

Born to Design

Larry love’s designing and printing t-shirts, he is a gifted man and the talent that speaks through his work is simply exceptional. As a disabled veteran, this has been his life’s work and it would be wonderful for him to have new machines to continue to empower and elevate so many people. This is a man that is always gifting people in countless ways.  Larry would be very grateful for any assistance you could give him in continuing his dream to create and print t-shirts.

We thank you very much for all your contributions!


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