Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Silkscreening Posters

I've finally made the leap from screen-printing on textiles to paper!  
I have two designs ready-to-roll as limited-edition, signed and numbered prints.
These are printed white on black, with waterbased ink on 100% recycled, acid-free paper, and are available on my Etsy Shop. 

I'm really enjoying this so far, and am looking forward to keeping it in my quiver as a creative outlet.  It also seems like a really logical way for my to translate my original black and white drawings into something that can be displayed and sold at a lower price than an original drawing or scratchboard piece.  Being hand-printed, they manage to retain a sense of originality.  Plus it's just fun to put out a series of limited pieces.

I'm also displaying and selling these in matted frames at a few shows in Dallas... 
Deep Ellum Arts Festival and Attack of The $50 Art Show to name a pair.

Finally, here's a link to my previous post about DIY screen printing and my home setup..

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