Printa is a Hungarian environmentally conscious brand that designs and manufactures various products. Whether it's souvenirs, a clothing collection, accessories or graphics, our ideology is fundamentally defined by Budapest, eco-fashion and screen printing.
The Printa Pest Collection includes pieces that are not only made from environmentally friendly materials and processes, but also put the already usual souvenirs. Among other things, we make t-shirts, bags, booklets and postcards, which we decorate with Budapest's unofficial symbols and special and unique screen-printed patterns.
Our graphics are inspired by the whirlwind of the capital, street art, typography and subjective maps.
Environmental awareness is a priority. we consider it important, therefore the aim of our clothing collection is to draw attention to the use of alternative materials and 'slow fashion'. AWARE by Printa is the only eco-fashion line in Hungary that deals with the recycling of discarded clothing. Following the basic principles of
'upcycling', we repaint old textiles, adjust them, provide them with a special print and create new and unique pieces from the refreshed materials. Old leather jackets, men's shirts, sweaters as well as household textiles and industrial textile remnants become valuable and useful again in our hands.
Printa Limited Edition is a truly youthful and urban image collection. The hand-printed prints are made in Printa's screen printing studio in a limited edition of 40 pieces. The artists number their unique works and authenticate them with a signature.
Printa is more than a shop; living space and feeling of life. That is why we created a small cafe and gallery, so that those interested can not only enjoy the joy of shopping, but also enrich themselves with new experiences.
Our products are currently available in Budapest, and some pieces can also be ordered through the webshop.

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