Happy Anniversary

DT Design Studio & Printlab

July 27, 2020, a dream was birthed through one personalized life quote: "His Will - My Skill." 1,000 shirts later, DT Design Studio and Printlab has been the creative eye for over 50 shirt designs and services five major clients providing graphic design, print services and marketing strategies. I would like to thank everyone for their support and purchases over the last year. We've ONLY just begun! To celebrate, please accept my gratitude by receiving 40% off your purchase of $60 or more, and free shipping for all purchases over $75. Use DMTANNY40 coupon code upon checkout.

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Deonna Moore Taylor


Welcome to the beginning of YOUR new life! Looking to transform your mindset? Change your career and professional direction? Wanting to learn how to speak to the masses or lead a team? Deonna Moore Taylor and DMT Consulting & Coaching is here to help you go from good to GREAT in the most important areas of your life.

In Response to Social Justice Issues and Call for Reform

A Change MUST Come

Over the last several months, our country has been faced with a lot of devastation and unrest due to a global pandemic that has left millions in a health and financial crisis and continued racial injustice of black and brown Americans. As we continue to reel from the aftermath of the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks, one thing is clear: Racism is a global public health issue and emergency.

Intolerance of all kind continues to be a prevalent issue in all societies. However, it is up to each of us individually to have the courage to stand up and denounce racial prejudices, intolerant attitudes and injustice. Call it what it is and be on the right side of history by becoming a champion for the cause. Everyone has the right to be who they are no matter what they look like or their background.

The late Fannie Lou Hamer quoted at the 1964 Democratic National Convention "I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired." Her words over 55 years ago ring true today. While we may feel sick and tired of being sick and tired of injustice, now is not the time to give up. Ms. Hamer recognized that the one way things will change is if we exercise our ability to vote. This one thing that many refuse to do can help change the laws we have and those who are in charge of making them.

I stand in solidarity with the movement for change.