Monday, December 22, 2008

Print liberation: The Screen Printing Primer.

I recently purchased this book. This is absolutely one of the best books for screen printing that I have come across. Extremely easy to follow with a great sense of humor. They pass on years of experience of printing with a perspective of "do it yourself" attitude. They make the set up process and printing clear and fun. They also included transparencies to help you along with your way to print. Highly Recommended!

This is their own description:

Print Liberation with Luren Jenison show you how to start screen printing today using the most basic elements—a screen, some emulsion in a bucket, artwork, a light source and a sink. With your burned screen, a squeegee and some ink, you can print any image onto anything you feel like printing. While screen printing can be unpredictable, with some helpful tips and troubleshooting from the Print Liberation, you’ll soon be able to print on the bottom of a ship in a hurricane.

Friday, December 12, 2008



Another print idea. Eisenhower and the Military Industrial Complex. This was the original idea for the Art of Democracy show. But I forgot about the show and the entry date passed. Next time.