Tuesday, June 14, 2011

still learning

this might just interest screen printing buffs: I recently learned that you can fold a triangular squeegee support out of cardboard, attach it with scotch - and then get less messy while printing (before I just leaned the squeegee on the border of the frame).

For the HDK (design school) summer course starting on Friday I've been gathering some examples of screenprinting in less ordinary ways:
Luke O'Sullivan screenprints on wood 
Various and Gould also use screenprint - but for making their "collage-poster-street art"

1 comment:

Louise said...

Thanks for the technical tip. I shall file it away in my mind for use one day in the future. olj