Little Book of Screenprinting

Author: Caspar Williamson

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9781452102597

Category: Art

Page: 192

View: 4237

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.

Low-Tech Print

Contemporary Hand-Made Printing

Author: Caspar Williamson

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN: 9781780672977

Category: Art

Page: 224

View: 7054

Featuring a global showcase of 100 of the craft's most exciting and influential practitioners, Low-Tech Print is an exploration of hand-made printmaking techniques and how they are used in contemporary design and illustration. It examines the huge recent resurgence in the popularity of printmaking, with chapters on screenprinting, letterpress, relief printing, and other printing methods. The book shows how practitioners develop a love affair with these hand-made techniques and use them to create beautiful contemporary designs, explaining the process behind each technique and its historical context. 'In focus' sections profile practitioners such as the 'Lambe Lambe' hand-made letterpress printers of São Paulo's Grafica Fidalga studio, and cult printing techniques such as Gocco (Japan) and Chicha (Peru). Offering a unique showcase of contemporary handmade printing, Low-Tech Print will be a must-have for all design, illustration, craft, and printmaking enthusiasts.

Start Your Own Screen-printing Business

A User's Guide to Printing and Selling Tee Shirts

Author: Charese Mongiello,Anthony Mongiello,Joan Mongiello

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595715729

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 114

View: 722

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!

Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design

Author: Laurie Wisburn

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9781452101156

Category: Design

Page: 208

View: 9938

This authoritative guide outlines everything readers need to know to create gorgeous fabrics. There's nothing like it on the market! Collected within are step-by-step tutorials for designing patterns (both digitally and by hand), a comprehensive section on printing techniques—including digital printing, screen printing, stenciling, block printing, and resist dyeing—and even insider tips for developing a collection and bringing it to the marketplace. Beautifully illustrated with swatches of exquisite fabrics and hundreds of photos, and featuring interviews with established designers such as Skinny laMinx, Ink & Spindle, and Julia Rothman, Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design is a key resource for anyone looking to learn the basics, expand their skill set, or find design inspiration.

The Complete Book of Silk Screen Printing Production

Author: J. I. Biegeleisen

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486137554

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 253

View: 1895

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.

The Printing Ink Manual

Author: Robert Leach

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401170975

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 872

View: 3384

The Printing Ink Manual was first published in 1961 under the auspices of the Society of British Printing Ink Manufacturers with the object of providing an authoritative work on printing ink technology. This, the fourth edition, continues that purpose and presents a comprehensive study of the current 'state of the art' in the ink industry. For those starting in the printing ink industry it is a textbook dealing with all aspects of the formulation and manufacture of printing ink. For the ink technician it is a practical manual and useful source of reference. For printers and users of printed material the manual supplies helpful information on the nature and behaviour of ink both on the printing press and as the finished print. Readers with a little scientific knowledge will have no difficulty in using the manual. but as in previous editions, sufficient chemistry and physics have been introduced to assist the advanced technician and research scientist.

Simple Screenprinting

Basic Techniques & Creative Projects

Author: Annie Stromquist

Publisher: Lark Books

ISBN: 9781579906641

Category: Art

Page: 128

View: 2587

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.

Screen Printing Today

The Basics

Author: Andy Macdougall

Publisher: St Media Group International

ISBN: 9780944094617

Category: Art

Page: 187

View: 980

This brand-new instructional book by a regular Screen Printing contributor, and Academy of Screen Printing Technology member, is the absolute latest, clearest, and most practical guide to screen printing available anywhere. Modern applications and methods, new technology, and valuable production tips are combined in an easy-to-understand format. Hundreds of color photos demonstrate everything from creating art and films, through screen and stencil making, ink use, and print production. Additional chapters cover waterbased ink printing, low-tox innovations, process color and fine detail printing, split fountain blends, and economic alternatives for those on limited budgets. This book will help beginners and experienced screen printers alike, to improve their efficiency, quality and cost controls. Included are plans for an easy-to-construct vacuum press, T-shirt jig, and exposing system. This is how screen printing is done today. - Publisher.

Push Print

30+ Artists Explore the Boundaries of Printmaking

Author: Jamie Berger,Cranky Pressman,Keith Berger

Publisher: Lark Books (NC)

ISBN: 9781454703280

Category: Art

Page: 176

View: 7685

PUSH Print is a visual feast that will inspire anyone interested in art, intriguing personalities, and innovative ideas. Survey the work of 30+ contemporary printmakers--from world-renowned names to exciting up-and-comers--each with their own take on letterpress, screenprinting, woodcutting, lithography, and etching, as well as multimedia and digital approaches to print. Featuring a vibrant Q&A section with the Cranky Pressman jurors, plus sumptuous full-color images of the artists' work, this gorgeous volume is a fascinating survey on printmaking today.


The Ultimate Studio Guide from Sketchbook to Squeegee

Author: Print Club London

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781616896553

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 281

View: 4681

Although the technique of screen printing dates back to first-century China, it became the preferred printing method of choice for musical and political counterculture movements of the 1960s, thanks to its ease, cost, and flexibility. It moved into the mainstream with Andy Warhol's iconic screen print of Marilyn Monroe, and was quickly adopted by artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg. Screen printing has become even more widespread with the many demonstrations, marches, and grassroots protests in the wake of the American presidential election of 2016. Screen Printing: The Ultimate Studio Guide is a definitive, fully illustrated manual on the techniques, materials, and processes of screen printing. An essential and highly practical reference, this book is equally suited for beginning and experienced printers, with step-by-step tutorials on basic and advanced techniques, as well as "workshops" by several of the world's best-known screen printers, including Ben Eine and Bob Gill.

Photoshop 7.0 for Screen Printers

Author: Joli Ballew

Publisher: Wordware Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1556220316

Category: Computers

Page: 558

View: 1877

This book describes step-by-step everything you need to know about four-color seperations, using specialty films and vellums, and printing with Post-Script printers.

How to Create Your Own Gig Posters, Band T-Shirts, Album Covers, & Stickers

Screenprinting, Photocopy Art, Mixed-Media Collage, and Other Guerilla Poster Styles

Author: Ruthann Godollei

Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)

ISBN: 0760343144

Category: Music

Page: 160

View: 9773

Whether your band is just starting out or touring the nation, here’s how you can build its identity by making your own unique gig posters, custom T-shirts, album covers, record sleeves, and stickers. Fans want cool and creative band merchandise, and this book gives you the tools and information you need to create your own. Author Ruthann Godellei is an artist and printmaking professor at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, with vast experience making gig posters as well as teaching band members how to make their own. She explains, with step-by-step instructions and photos, techniques like screenprinting, photocopy art, mixed-media collage, stencil, stamping, and other guerilla art styles. Included as well is a gallery of art and artists to inspire you in creating your band’s look with your merch.

Print Liberation

The Screen Printing Primer

Author: Jamie Dillon,Nick Paparone

Publisher: North Light Books


Category: Art

Page: 141

View: 2764

Offers the step-by-step process to making screen prints with an informative overview of the equipment and tools needed, instructions on printing on diverse surfaces, sample images, tips on fixing common mistakes, and the history of screen-printing itself. Original. 10,000 first printing.

The Little Book of Coffee Law

Author: Carol Robertson

Publisher: American Bar Association

ISBN: 9781604429855

Category: Law

Page: 272

View: 8884

"The history and the business of coffee are the stories that this book will tell, through the lens of the law--that is, through legal cases involving the production, distribution, marketing, and sale of coffee in the Americas during a brief moment in coffee history--from the early days of the new Republic of the United States to the present"--Introduction, p. xiii.

DIY Screenprinting

How To Turn Your Home Into a T-Shirt Factory

Author: John Isaacson

Publisher: Microcosm Publishing

ISBN: 1621060322

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 192

View: 9283

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.

Silkscreen Basics

A Complete How-to Handbook

Author: Claire Dalquié,Matteo Cossu,Luca Bendandi

Publisher: Gingko PressInc

ISBN: 9781584234197

Category: Art

Page: 213

View: 9881

Provides instructions for screen printing, offering a history, profiles of expert printers, and insights on professional printing.

A History of Screen Printing

How an Art Evolved Into an Industry

Author: Guido Lengwiler

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780944094747

Category: Art

Page: 485

View: 6992

"This book recounts the forgotten history of screen printing in the first half of the 20th century. Developments since World War II are amply documented in the professional literature."--P. 1.

Process Color Manual

24,000 CMYK Combinations for Design, Prepress, and Printing

Author: Michael Rogondino,Pat Rogondino

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 0811827577

Category: Art

Page: 256

View: 8303

Today graphic design is done almost exclusively with computers, where colours look different on screen than they do when printed. This indispensable book addresses this critical disparity, providing an astounding 24,000 colours that match from computer display to printed page. A cardboard colour-isolating mask is included.

Print Play

Screen Printing Inspiration for your Life and Home

Author: Lara Davies,Jess Wright

Publisher: Hardie Grant

ISBN: 9781743793404

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 192

View: 8492

In Print Play, screen printing designers and teachers Jess Wright and Lara Davies welcome you into their colorful, pattern-filled world with a series of how-to screen printing projects. The book covers all the basics of screen printing at home before delving into more complex techniques and projects, ranging from homewares to accessories and clothing. The 30 projects are accessible to novice screen printers, as well as keeping more experienced screen printers challenged, and include printed wallpaper, posters, beach towels, napery, tote bags and planter boxes. Extra chapters focus on creating color palettes, finding inspiration and designing your own unique patterns. Written with a sense of fun and offering easy-to-follow instructions, Jess and Lara invite you to create some screen printing magic of your own.