Screen print a design of your own choice onto a t-shirt, a tote bag or onto paper.
Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee. It’s popularity exploded in the sixties, largely thanks to Andy Warhol, and it’s now everywhere, from movie posters, record album covers, flyers, shirts and advertising to artwork.
You’ll be able to print in a single colour – with a huge range of colours available to you – and you’ll just need to send us the design you’d like to print a week before the workshop.
You’ll be able to take your own t-shirt, tote or print home with you at the end of the workshop.
Please supply the image you’d like to print no later than 10 days before the date of the workshop, by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure it’s a single-colour image. PDF, EPS, AI, TIFF or PSD files are best, but we can also work with JPG, PNG and GIF. Your image should be provided as high-resolution (300dpi +) if possible.
If you have any trouble with your image, or don’t know how to get it to us, just drop us a note at the same email address, and we’ll help you out!
What to bring with you
- Clothes that you won’t mind getting a little bit dirty (aprons will be provided)
- A way of paying for your organic t-shirt (£5), tote (£2) or nice printing paper (£1)