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Lumi is a Los Angeles, CA based company that has developed “a revolutionary photographic print process for textiles and natural materials.”

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When I was a kid, making t-shirts was a big thing. We had fabric markers and some sort of glittery paint in a squeeze bottle. The end result was always a huge mess and a t-shirt that I would be embarrassed to wear. Then there was tie dye, which is even messier and more embarrassing to wear. My mom once had a photo t-shirt made for me, and that was awesome, but there was no way that I could do that on my own. Things have changed. Lumi is a Los Angeles, CA based company that has developed “a revolutionary photographic print process for textiles and natural materials.” It’s basically Instagram, but your photo ends up on a t-shirt or pretty much any other appropriate surface.

Photography You Can Touch

Lumi’s product is called Inkodye, and it looks unbelievably awesome. They have one of the better product intro videos that I’ve seen, so I highly recommend that you watch it below (click here if it doesn’t load for you in your e-mail):

We’re still at least a few years away from consumer level wearable flexible digital displays and update instantly with your latest photo, so for now the Inkodye process is probably the easiest and fastest way to wear your photography (but I wouldn’t necessarily call it easy or fast). It starts with the Lumityper app and something to photograph. You then print your photo on a special Inkofilm sheet that you can run through an inkjet printer. You then prep the fabric, apply the negative, and use the power of sunlight to make the image permanent. A run or two through the wash finishes the process.

The end products are awesome–just look at the Inkodye Lookbook. This is also awesome for Lumi who can sell you something for every step of the process. They’re a young company, and they’re getting a lot of attention, so they’re obviously looking to grow their team. The Lumi Jobs page doesn’t show any permanent jobs right now, but they are offering full or part-time internships in Design, R&D, Fashion Projects, and PR/Community Management. They say that they offer a stipend to cover travel and food, which doesn’t sound like much. I know that an internship isn’t ideal for a new grad, but if you want to work at an up and comer like Lumi, sometimes that’s the best path.

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