|Screen for flat one-color shirts|
|A. ink. B. squeegee. C. image. D. photo-emulsion.|
E. screen. F. printed image.
|The pile of 60 American Apparel blank shirts in all different sizes that we had to begin with|
|Colors for 4-shades of green/blue shirts|
|The maestro perfecting the process|
|Completed 3D design Superfad shirt|
|Completed four-shade design in green|
The next day, we braved another tough design, this one included four-shades of cyan or green, creating two different tones of the pattern. By now, we had become pros, a well-oiled machine making beautiful and memorable t-shirts. I'm extremely happy with the way they all turned out, and with t-shirts we found lying around in a box around the office from previous passes at t-shirt making, we created so many different options of shirts that nobody in the office will be dressed the same. These shirts have a real authenticity to them, you can feel the logo and it makes a lasting impression like beautiful graffiti designed by one of my favorite artists. I had so much fun doing this, I think if you have the opportunity to do it, everyone should experience it at least once, so you know what you're paying for every time you buy a screen-printed t-shirt.
|Piles of varied styles when we finished|
|Piles of one-color t-shirts|