CMYK Adventure Print : Process

4-color process printing is something every printer drools about as they learn how to screen print. The general gist is you use Cyan Magenta Yellow K-black inks overlapping each other to create a full color image. Many years in the making, and after one complete fail attempt, we successfully created this 16×12″ 4-color process print of a photograph taken at Boston’s reflecting pool in the Back Bay. Below are some process shots taken during the creation of the print, which is available for purchase in the art print section of our store.

CMYK Love Print : Process

The past couple weeks have been the busiest weeks of our lives! The first batch of Man With the Iron Fists prints were completed in under a week – all 3000 prints worth. After laying down all those prints, we were itching to getting some of our own prints created for next week’s South Boston Open Studios. Without too much planning and in the spirit of experimenting, we created three new CMYK prints. Below are some process pics we took in the process of creating the first in the series, the CMYK Love Print: