When it comes to screen printing there are so many ways to create your image. You can cut paper stencils, use Drawing Fluid and Filler, create exposed screens with hand drawn or computer drawn designs. Red Masking Film is a brilliant way of creating exposed screens. It’s transparent so can be used to trace over … Continue reading "Using Red Masking Film to Expose A Screen"
If you’re not already a reader of our Meet the Maker blog series, you should grab a cup of tea and work your way through these fantastic interview posts. We talk to printmakers and dyers every couple of weeks to find out how they make their work, where they get their inspiration and what advice … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: 2017 Round Up!"
Knowing which inks to use for which printing project can be a minefield. There are different inks for screen printing, relief printing and intaglio. Some can be used for more than one technique, some are only suited to one. Some can be used for printing onto fabric, some only for paper. We’ve created a chart … Continue reading "Which Inks Can I Use?"
Hi, my name is Fran Wood and I’m a London based designer specialising in screen printing. I work from home, which is a small flat in central north London, where I live with my partner and son. I have worked in studios as both a graphic designer and textile designer, as well as working in … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Fran Wood"