Our friends from Blanc Agency reached out with a challenge for us last month: “Can you create screen printed glass bottles?” A large part of what we do day in and day out is educate people about our process. We’re constantly talking about screen printing’s benefits, its limits, when to use it, and when to […]
Just wrapped a set of screen printed umbrellas for our friends at Goodlife Bar downtown. Broke out the nylon additive to make sure the ink set properly on the water-proof material. If you’re looking to create a set of screen printed umbrellas similar to the ones you see here, head over to our contact page […]
In addition to working with amazingly talented artists on our own line of graphic stylings, AntiDesigns does a lot of custom screen printing for various businesses and groups in the Boston area. At the start of 2011, we began doing all of the screen printing for the MBTA gifts website, MBTAGifts.com. Just in time for […]
Four AntiDesigns team members, Jay LaCouture, Keith Zoo, Josh Falk, and Mikey Maker, got together to collaborate on a one of a kind screen print collage for an upcoming collective group show. Using 15-25 different pre-existing screens, the group painted 3 pieces of found-cardboard using somewhere around 100 passes of the squeegee.The resulting piece is […]
If you’ve ever screen printed before, you know that the clean up process is usually the least fun part of the job. Over the past few years we’ve had our share of sink mishaps… from cleaning screens in our kitchen sink in Fenway, to our kitchen sink in Dorchester (ha!), to two or three slop […]
Through our friends at Ward Maps and Boston Coasters, AntiDesigns printed the MBTA’s subway map on a couple different t-shirts and hoodie styles. I put together this little video to show the process. Everything will be available on MBTAGifts.com once the site goes live… This print is a 5-color, hand-pulled screen print. The red and […]
Couple photos from this morning’s package print session. Little corner hit with red &/or silver.
I got the opportunity to print some dope artwork this week for the Greg Lamarche popup shop at Fourth Wall, where these 18×24 prints will be available for purchase. Check out these process pics: