Wednesday, 2 February 2011

ghetto screenprinting

I've been working on ways to print t-shirts at home without expensive screen-printing materials, and this is one of my ghetto-screen prints. it is made by drawing on net fabric(old curtains) and painting everything that has to stay white closed with acrylic paint, letting it dry and applying paint through it to in this case paper, but I've also used this technique for printing t-shirts.
the drawing is inspired by old Russian fairytales, where the house of baba jaga, the witch, was always twisting around on chicken legs.

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