For me there's something about print which makes your designs more sincere and heartfelt. Not that I'm against anything digital; I just love that hand made feeling and the process of seeing my designs come to life right in front of my eyes.
*Not sponsored. Just a fellow lover of screen printing!
|My first try at screen printing… you can read that post here!|
Teardusk (an organisation supporting the next generation of creatives) have teamed up with Print Club London (one of the best printing studios in London) to give you the chance of winning a professional screen printing workshop in their Dalston studio. All you have to do is answer this question:
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org along with an image you'd love to screen print and they will pick their favourites!
If I was going to enter I would love to spend a day at their studio because it's fully equipped to suit all of my screen printing needs (which is open to the public through their membership programme) and artists who have worked there include Hattie Stewart, Patternity and Kate Gibb. (A few of my favourites but there is a HUGE list here!)
|My cat cushions are screen printed - here they are after their second layer.|
If you win all they ask is for you to record your workshop and write a blog post about your experience so it can be shared through Teardusk and Print Club London. Good luck!