Screen Printing At Home

Author: Karen Lewis
Publisher: David & Charles
ISBN: 1446363902
Size: 76.95 MB
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Do you love the idea of printing your own fabrics at home but don't know where to start? This comprehensive guide to screen printing shows you just how easy it is to create beautiful, hand printed fabrics at your kitchen table. Screen printing expert, Karen Lewis, demonstrates two screen printing techniques - stencilling and screen filler - and how they can be used to create stunning, professional results with basic, inexpensive equipment. Both techniques are explained using step-by-step text and photography. Karen also explains how to create simple sewn projects from your hand printed fabrics. The sewing patterns include an apron, tote bag and tea cosy, as well as ideas for how to print on ready made items such as tea towels to make fantastic gifts for friends and family.

Diy Screenprinting

Author: John Isaacson
Publisher: Microcosm Publishing
ISBN: 1621064891
Size: 26.37 MB
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A fascinating graphic novel that details the art and science of screen printing. John Isaacson's clear line drawings demonstrate the whole process of creating and selling a silk screened t-shirt. His unique approach walks you through inception to printed t-shirts to working in a print shop to understanding line screens, to hawking your printed wares on the street! How to build a screen, burn an image, test how things are going, pull ink, wash out screens, know what screen mesh to use, and creative ideas. It's a true joy to see the exaggerated illustrations while learning such a useful and practical craft. How to turn your home into a t-shirt factory! Essential for people who don't know how to screen print or those a bit rusty.

Little Book Of Screenprinting

Author: Caspar Williamson
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452102597
Size: 28.86 MB
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Screenprinting has moved beyond the gig poster and the tee shirt. Centuries old and made famous by Andy Warhol in the 1960s, the craft is now enjoying a renaissance all over the world as contemporary artists and studios including Rob Ryan, Alakazam!, and Crosshair, among others push the creative limits of the medium in their work with textiles, posters, and more. This large-in-scope but petite-in-size collection features the best pieces from these and more than a hundred other studios. A compact history of screenprinting, a guide to the different presses and techniques, and a beautiful design that expertly combines a handmade and modern aesthetic round out this key book for DIYers.

Simple Screenprinting

Author: Annie Stromquist
Publisher: Lark Books
ISBN: 9781579906641
Size: 15.38 MB
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Contains a guide to screenprinting, with information on getting started with the basics, equipment, technique, and includes ideas for creative projects such as decorated bags, greeting cards, yard signs, and publicity posters.

Start Your Own Screen Printing Business

Author: Charese Mongiello
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595715729
Size: 74.45 MB
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Start Your Own Screen-Printing Business provides the mentorship for both beginning and experienced entrepreneurs to obtain a solid step-by-step education on how to silk screen, sell the finished products, utilize available resources, and purchase the best equipment. In conjunction with their family's company, Charese and Anthony Mongiello have relied on their more than twenty years of experience to help more than six thousand people launch and successfully operate their own T-shirt print shops. Together, the Mongiellos show you how much fun and easy it is to print T-shirts and make money doing it. The Mongiellos leave no stone unturned as their professional guidance teaches: Profit expectations from immediate to long-range Sales and marketing techniques specifically tailored for a silk-screening business Basic materials needed The ins and outs of the printing process Procedures on burning a silk screen and obtaining artwork Uses of the leading types of inks Silk-screening has quickly become a multi-billion-dollar industry in the past few years. Potential business owners will appreciate the expert leadership provided by the Mongiellos as they gain extensive knowledge about the silk-screening business and the lucrative opportunities it offers!

Fine Art Screenprinting

Author: Maggie Jennings
Publisher: Crowood
ISBN: 1847979823
Size: 22.93 MB
Format: PDF
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Fine Art Screenprinting explains the thrilling process of pushing ink through a mesh to produce large areas of vibrant colour. With step-by-step examples, it explains the many and varied ways of creating your designs as prints. It also encourages you to experiment, to achieve exciting and unexpected results. Written for beginners and enthusiasts, it will inspire and stretch artists to try new techniques and ideas. This new book covers the equipment and materials found in the printmaking studio and explains the screenprinting process and how to use positives with photo-sensitive emulsion. There is advice on printing techniques such as making prints from paper stencils and mono-printing and it also gives full guidance on screenprinting kits for use at home. Fully illustrated with 290 colour images.

The Complete Book Of Silk Screen Printing Production

Author: J. I. Biegeleisen
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486137554
Size: 11.61 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Detailed information on basic tools and equipment, stencil making and photo stencil methods, multicolor work, facts about paints, lacquers, and other compounds, and tips on mixing and matching colors. 124 figures.

Water Based Screenprinting Today

Author: Roni Henning
Publisher: Random House LLC
ISBN: 9780823057283
Size: 28.58 MB
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Despite the invention of the printing press and the advent of the personal computer, calligraphy continues to thrive as an art-form. The process of hand lettering requires careful attention to detail and many people find calligraphy to be a therapeutic exercise, similar to yoga and meditation, that forces people to be still and concentrate. Calligraphy: A Course in Hand Lettering is a calligraphy course in a book that has been created to allow novices to teach themselves the beautiful art form of calligraphy. It was developed with the intention to teach a comprehensive course for beginners who have little or no previous experience in the lettering arts.