Screenprinting : The Ultimate Studio Guide

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The Ultimate Studio Guide from Sketchbook to Squeegee

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Screenprinting is in the midst of a popular revival among beginners, students, hobbyists and experts alike. This is the essential studio workbook, built upon the expertise gained through the thousands of classes taught by the team at Print Club London over the last decade. The information on materials and techniques, along with tips and insights, including what to do if something doesn’t go to plan, will ensure today’s creatively minded screenprinters will be able to produce eye-catching work of their own. The book also gives valuable advice to the budding screenprinter on how to organise an exhibition or screenprinting event and promote and sell their work.

Here both basic principles and advanced techniques are clearly presented to show how the very best contemporary work has been printed. Inspirational step-by-steps with leading artists, illustrators and designers, such as Ben Eine and Rob Ryan, are included. In each step-by-step original work is created to showcase a key process or technique such as hand-cut stencils, colour blending and mono printing.

Deliciously fresh and visual, with specially commissioned photographs and authored by a vibrant, creative group working and teaching at the very epicentre of the contemporary screenprinting scene, this book is the complete modern guide for screenprinters of all levels of knowledge and skill, and will have a vital presence in their studios and workshops.

About the Author –
Print Club London is a leading print studio specialising in the art, practice, teaching and exhibition of screenprinting. Established in 2007, and now with over 500 members, as well as providing studio space and selling design pieces, Print Club works with clients on projects ranging from bespoke bags for Stella McCartney to live printing projects in stores with Nike.

Paperback with flaps, 29 x 21 cm, 288 pages

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Weight 1000 g
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