Screen Prints

DIY Iron-on Transfers

DIY Iron-on Transfers

There are ready made kits for iron-on or heat transfer printing. Shmoxd tried out two of them, then at 5:24 shows us how you can make ones just as good using screen printing and heat transfer powder. This method is cheap and good for low volume production.

Screen Printing Chewy

Screen Printing Chewy

Custom apparel printer Upstate Merch shared this video of the process of printing some awesome “Chewy” t-shirts using a six-color process on an automatic press, which helps create smooth and precisely-registered images. Buy the shirt from Wunderground Supply.

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How to Screen Print Cheaply

How to Screen Print Cheaply

Screen printing frames or kits are not expensive. But if you’d like an even cheaper option, check out this guide by Shmoxd. They used embroidery hoops, pantyhoses or chiffon fabric, markers and glue. All in all the materials – minus the paint – will set you back only $20.

The Bungaloo Prints

The Bungaloo Prints

It was this epic poster for a Mastodon show that first drew us to designer/illustrator John Vogl’s work. Truth is that his great style and clever touch make it hard to find a print of his we don’t like.

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