Screen Printed Cards 2/2

posted by marmotte on 2013.01.02, under Illustration, News

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Here is one of the screen-prints projects I’ve worked on the past few months. I still learn a lot during the process of printing, this one was quite difficult to achieve because of the size of the composition (all patterns were printed together at the beginning).
This is Common Editions of 2-color postcards (5×7″), 6 patterns, printed on various paper colors : Stonehenge steel grey, kraft, fawn, cream, pale blue, warm white…, and some pink & blue Canson paper. They are now available in the Shop.
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Here is the Limited Edition, I shared some pictures in a previous post :
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The screen-prints of Sonor and Flowers are also available,
You can visit the shop to see more paper colors :)
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Screen Printed Cards 1/2

posted by marmotte on 2012.12.11, under Illustration, Sketchbook

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Here are some cards I printed randomly at la Bourgeoise Sérigraphe. The idea came from the cards I saw in the Iris’ work :) I sold most of that sort at the Smart Design Mart, I project to print more series like this in the coming months.
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I had a ‘little’ accident during the cutting,
several sheets are waiting until my finger gets better…
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I will share more pictures when I’ll have more time :)
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Flowers

posted by marmotte on 2012.11.29, under Illustration

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A new project I’ve done at la Bourgeoise Sérigraphe : 12 x 15″ (28 x 40cm), 3 colors, also some tests with 2 colors. I tried on different kinds of paper, Canson Mi-Teintes 160gsm, Canson Watercolor 300gsm, Washi, and Kraft. These prints will be available at the Smart Design Mart (December 7, 8 & 9… Info). The B&W version below is the original drawing behind this project, quite smaller :)
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Screen Printing

posted by marmotte on 2012.11.01, under Illustration, News

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Screen prints done at La Bourgeoise Sérigraphe studio (Montréal), with the Iris’s help. I learned a lot, and realized that thin and delicate details are actually possible with this printing method ; even if that requires patience, reflexion, practice (and suitable equipment). I printed on different kinds of paper (washi, kraft, colored papers, thicker papers,…) on wood, and also on fabric. I had trouble to adjust the layers sometimes, the manipulation is really subtle, that’s why the alignment is not perfect. The result is far above my expectations anyway, It was a great experience !

La Bourgeoise Sérigraphe offers initiation classe :)
She has also a facebook page.
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