Maryland Print House's story began in the summer of 2012 when a sophomore in high school started building his brand Modern Wave Apparel. Co-Founder and CEO Hunter Strine was eager to learn how to screenprint to cut costs and be more creative. Hunter and his father (mostly his father) built their first press out of wood and hinges. Although Modern Wave was short lived, he continued learning and progressing in the trade.
In 2014 MyCrazyTees was born. Hunter was hard at work alongside high school friend Robby Dunworth printing shirts for other companies. Due to the volume and tired of driving 2 and a half hours home every weekend from college (Frostburg State), Hunter purchased a building in Cumberland, MD with a loan from his Grandfather to handle the amount of work coming in. During this time period Hunter sparked a new idea and Creators Label was born. Running both companies was extremely difficult and Creators Label ultimatley absorbed MyCrazyTees.