Style iFC00 - Our most popular sunglasses. Highest quality plastic frames, high gloss finish. Full color sunglasses, includes transparent plastics. Choose any from this group, minimum per color is 24 pair. Full UV. Use our art for free or submit your own.
Price Chart • iFC00
Minimum: 100 pair. Price is for the finished product with a one-side imprint. Prices are on a sliding scale discount.
Red background sunglass frames, navy blue ink. Brush Script font. One side uses our heart icon; the other side used an airplane icon. The icons indicate there is love on one side and travel to the resort area of Cancun in Mexico.
Printed Sunglasses - getting more popular
Annual sales of custom sunglasses in the United States is in the tens of millions. Those numbers are increasing, not decreasing. The practice of using imprinted custom sunglasses as a desirable giveaway for special events is more popular than ever. Everyone loves them! A perfect promotion idea for colleges, weddings or advertising giveaways.
Color guidelines for your logo
When designing the logo to be used to imprint the side arms of your sunglasses, there is some advice we can offer. While the color of your logo may be mandated by a trademark or registered color (think of the CocaCola red), many other customers have free rein to choose the ink colors for their logo or artwork. The best color is usually the opposite color to the base frame. If a black frame, then white ink and the vice versa. You want to use a color that pops. There is a trend toward "tone on tone" design. This style minimizes the color differential to create a more muted effect. We recently produced our metallic gold sunglasses using tan colored ink. Looked fantastic.
Thoughts about mixing art and fonts
It is a great practice idea to mix fonts with character and a piece of our artwork. We recently created a beautiful project of sunglasses for a reunion of university classmates that was quite unusual. Using one of our extremely frilly scroll fonts, we wrote "Class of 1969". The class chose the classic peace sign as formed by two fingers to include after the words. We loved the fancy script juxtaposed agains the hippie-feel of the peace sign. And for the class of 1969, that was exactly the point.