About Us


Located in St. Augustine FL for 28 years, Ancient City Screen Graphics is a family owned and operated business. Specializing in screen printing, direct-to-garment printing, embroidery and dye sublimated products, we are known for our quality and our customer service. Every customer deserves to receive a printed product they can be proud of and to receive that product on time, at an affordable price. We strive to meet or exceed those expectations.

Gary and Lori Webb started the business more than a quarter century ago.  Gary’s artistic and graphics background is what inspires the creative process, his in depth knowledge of processes and materials is what drives the business forward every day.  Lori’s outstanding organizational skills keep it all going in a timely manner while giving each customer the personal attention they deserve!


Whether your t-shirt project is large or small, you’ll find that Ancient City Screen Graphics delivers a superior screen print, direct to garment, or embroidery product at a lower price than the competition.

The fine print:

Forms of payment: Cash, Mastercard, VISA, American Express and Discover. Local Personal and Business checks accepted. Purchase orders are accepted, but are reserved for qualified organizations only (e.g. schools, government agencies, and large corporations). We ask that a hard copy be faxed or emailed to us.

Shipping/Delivery: Ancient City Screen Graphics orders are generally shipped within 14 days from confirmed order. Customers who are concerned about meeting deadlines should contact us. Rush services are available (rush charges may apply). We can ship your order via UPS, USPS (postal), or FED EX, customers option.

Returns: Ancient City Screen Graphics goes to great lengths to ensure that all orders are filled accurately, on time and are of the highest quality. Ancient City Screen Graphics accepts returns and will refund payment if and when customers are disappointed by Ancient City Screen Graphics merchandise for one of the following reasons: (a) the blank items themselves are materially flawed; (b) the quality of the decorating (i.e., the printing or embroidery) is below a reasonable range of expectations; or (c) the design of the final product is materially different from the final design submitted by the customer.