"Print Liberation" is a comprehensive DIY guide to screen printing for both novice crafters and experienced artists. The book begins by giving readers a brief history of screen printing and outlining the basic principles of the process, including the basic equipment and tools needed to get started.The middle section is devoted to step-by-step instructions, with photographs, for different methods of making good screen prints and avoiding bad ones. Information about printing on different surfaces - from wallpaper and T-shirts to cylinders and everything else - rounds out the how-to section, and the book wraps up with some solid information on turning your screen prints into your personal art or business."Print Liberation" also includes screen-print-ready images created by the authors for readers to use in their own screen prints.
Jamie Dillon and Nick Paparone have collaborated on many diverse projects, including everything from printing wallpaper to re-constructing the peak of Mount Everest. In 1999 they founded the Print Liberation, a design and print studio dedicated to pounding the malleable nature of culture with typography, T-shirts and screen-printed objects. Currently the two live in Philadelphia.
Paperback: 144 pages
Dimensions: 25.1 x 19.8 x 1.5 cm
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