Print Club London – Iris. I think this one could work on the newspaper too, although it may look too appealing for some readers. Kind of too distracting maybe. I can see it works on muted color and muted patterns though by combining real photographs with illustration and digital colouring

Print Club London – Iris. I think this one could work on the newspaper too, although it may look too appealing for some readers. Kind of too distracting maybe. I can see it works on muted color and muted patterns though by combining real photographs with illustration and digital colouring

‘Petit Palais: Yellow and Yellow’ (1972) by British artist John Piper (1903-1992). Screenprint on paper, 782 x 573 mm. via the Tate

‘Petit Palais: Yellow and Yellow’ (1972) by British artist John Piper (1903-1992). Screenprint on paper, 782 x 573 mm. via the Tate

I also don't normally use screen inks. But I wondered what would happen if I used them to resist the dye ... and there were some surprises with interesting texture effects. Screen monoprint 03 Helen Terry.jpg

Experimentation

I also don't normally use screen inks. But I wondered what would happen if I used them to resist the dye ... and there were some surprises with interesting texture effects. Screen monoprint 03 Helen Terry.jpg

A collection of fabrics exploring colour, texture and pattern inspired by aerial views. Techniques used are devore, disperse dying, screen printing and hand embellishment | Fabric design by Danielle Folkes

A collection of fabrics exploring colour, texture and pattern inspired by aerial views. Techniques used are devore, disperse dying, screen printing and hand embellishment | Fabric design by Danielle Folkes

does the hold print have to be pink? this screen print has made me consider weather all of my print has to be pink. could the background be pink and the nature part of the print and then the random pink inspired object a eye catching black? how would this effect the views given off the print?

does the hold print have to be pink? this screen print has made me consider weather all of my print has to be pink. could the background be pink and the nature part of the print and then the random pink inspired object a eye catching black? how would this effect the views given off the print?

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