Category Archives: Screen Printing

Jungyeon Roh Talks about Choosing a Process with Digital and Screen Printed Illustrations

Posted at 1 pm on July 26, 2014 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Ink Illustration, Screen Printing

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New York-based, South Korean illustrator Jungyeon Roh creates bold, graphic images with a process inspired by her silkscreen printing work. She talks to us about how time factors in when chooses the kind of technique she will use.

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Illustrator Madison Shackell-York Talks about Process and Time for Reflection

Posted at 11 am on March 23, 2014 by

Posted in: Ink Illustration, Mixed Media, Pencil Illustration, Screen Printing

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Madison Shackell-York’s work is created by building up layers of various mixed media textures. Using both wet and dry mediums, she creates nice areas of contrast not only in the depth of the tones and colours but also in  surfaces so weighty, you can feel them.

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Playful Characters and Textures in Rachel Saunders' Children's Book Illustrations

Posted at 10 pm on March 18, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Mixed Media, Screen Printing

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We like the parades of characters dancing and marching around in the work by third year illustration student, Rachel Saunders.

The collections of fun, colourful animals bring lots of humour to the page with them and work perfectly for the style of children’s book illustration Rachel has been focusing on.

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