Screenprinting or silkscreening uses a screen to transfer a visual onto paper. Fabric is tightly stretched over a wooden frame to create the screen. The non-printing areas are blocked out by a stencil, and paint is forced through the non-blocked areas and onto the paper using a squeegee. Even though all the prints produced with the same screen are meant to look the same, because of variations in pressure, paint thickness and positioning, no two prints are truly identical.


Using our network of curators and curatorial committee we bring you exhibitions every month from new and exciting art scenes. You can easily buy, rent and swap works with other members of our art sharing community. Enjoy an interactive art world, and we’ll take care of everything else.