Printing & DSP

Two deconstructed screen prints made yesterday were overprinted today.  Using an antique wooden printing block with textile paint I aimed at observing how these two processes gelled.

The last two photos show another DSP created today using bananas for texture.  The first print is darker than the second.  Both show interesting texture.

Simply click on photos to enlarge them.

 

 

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2 Responses to Printing & DSP

  1. Jennifer says:

    “Using banana for texture”…how did you do that? Using squashed skins? I am intrigued!

  2. Pamela says:

    Thanks Jennifer for your interest. Here’s a brief explanation. The process of deconstructed screen printing uses items placed under the screen to create textural imagery. This can be from items like bubble wrap, tin foil, or even food items. I went bananas over this technique …. After my afternoon snack I kept the banana peel to use with this process. Very happy with the result!

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