The Little Book of Screenprinting
By Caspar Williamson
- Screenprinting has moved beyond the gig poster and the tee shirt. Centuries old and made famous by Andy Warhol in the 1960s, the craft is now enjoying a renaissance all over the world as contemporary artists and studiosâ€” including Rob Ryan, Alakazam!, and Crosshair, among othersâ€”push the creative limits of the medium in their work with textiles, posters, and more. This large-in-scope but petite-in-size collection features the best pieces from these and more than a hundred other studios. A compact history of screenprinting, a guide to the different presses and techniques, and a beautiful design that expertly combines a handmade and modern aesthetic round out this key book for DIYers.
- Caspar Williamson runs the print and design firm Flying Machines. His art has been featured in Creative Review, Elle DĂ©cor, Gods and Monsters, and other publications. He lives in London.
- Size: 6.75"x7.25"
- No. Pages: 192