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What happens to your artwork?
An impervious photo-sensitive emulsion is applied onto a stretched mesh, then a positive of your artwork is burned onto the screen. Ink is then loaded onto the underside of the screen and forced through the open areas, transferring it to the printable surface by means of a capillary action. This process perfect for bespoke art prints, fabric & garment printing.
This process realises the highest quality and most versatility when printing on all but especially darker colours. It gives an extensively longer print lifespan than say, vinyl transfers and allows for a softer, more natural touch. It also achieves much higher vibrancy than Direct-to-Garment printing. All printed garments are heat cured, allowing the ink to weave and bond with the fibres in the fabric, not just sit on top. Click here to view a portfolio of screen print projects.
For a basic garment printing tariff please see below, or head to the 'Contact' page for a bespoke quote.