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We pride ourselves in being screen printers for the people and that means we are often out in the community sharing our passion for the art of screen printing. Take a look at what we have been up to.

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Chasing Zaïre: Meet Eric Ndelo

JUL 20, 2020
Street fashion is a venue for activism, according to Eric Ndelo. Through screen printing, he has elevated social justice movements like Black Lives Matter, empowered young artists and taught entrepreneurship to Congo youth. It was all part of the vision, he says.

Local Black-Owned Businesses Collaborate To Teach Life Skills And Provide PPE

July 1, 2020

MacFly Fresh Gives Us Something To Shout About

June 7, 2020
If you know anything about MacFly Fresh Printing Co., then you know the statement above from Eric Ndelo, the co-founder and creative director of MacFly, is more than true.

Activists urge Charlotte community to support black-owned businesses for long-term change

June 2, 2020
Activists are looking beyond the marches and protests in Charlotte, at how community members can then push for change, long-term.

“Live from the Print Shop,” a new stage for Carolina creatives

April 28, 2020
Call it a mashup between NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series and a live lounge performance where you leave with a gift at the end, or call it something else. Come May 1, music lovers will have a new place to enjoy sounds from local artists – with a twist.

5 Artists Who Will Not be Ignored

February 15, 2017
Eric B. Ndelo exudes confidence and positive energy as he makes new connections on an early first Friday in August. He's at a Creative Mornings Charlotte event, his hands and arms moving in grand gestures as he explains to networking peers the social and global mission of his lifestyle and fashion brand DRC ApeParel. You don't even need to talk to Ndelo to know his spirit is warm and welcoming. His body language says it all.