About

Contact information & the mission behind our operation.


In Case of Emergency Press is a Bloomington, Indiana print shop founded circa 2009 which manufactures screen-printed goods for bands, record labels, small businesses, artists, famous cats, and more.

We love custom jobs, limited editions, and artistically-inclined projects with a creative touch. In Case of Emergency Press is run by artists, and we strive to make each and every print go above and beyond the expectations of our clients.

In Case of Emergency Press combines years worth of experience in screen printing, fine art, graphic design, audio/visual packaging, and more to present a unique catalog of hand-selected products ready to be customized for a distinctive physical artifact.

We are conveniently located just south of downtown Bloomington in our biggest shop yet, right next door to Russian Recording.




Email

Email is the best way to get in touch about new & current orders, as well as questions about our stock or help designing your art. Anything and everything you need to know will be answered as quickly as possible, usually the same day.


In Person

Have some questions regarding the screen-printing process, or need to pick up a finished order? Perhaps you want to see the spot colors in person, or feel a shirt sample? We welcome all current and prospective customers to visit our shop located at 1021 South Walnut Street in Bloomington, Indiana during our regular business hours of Monday – Friday, 10AM to 6PM. We have a bright red door and a glowing sign with our symbol, you can’t miss it!


Telephone

For customers who can’t make it to our physical location but require a prompt response, we encourage you to give us a call at 812-650-3352 during our business hours. If we don’t pick up right away (because our hands are probably covered in ink!), please leave a voicemail message and be sure to include your name and a return phone number. We respond to all calls as quickly as possible while we’re open, and first thing in the morning for calls left after hours.