Silkscreen design

Explore our collection of silkscreen design ideas and learn how to create unique prints. Discover tips and techniques to make your designs stand out and express your creativity.
Feminism and Graphic Design: Shirley Craven Design, Graphic Design, Textile Artists, Silkscreen, Silkscreen Design, Vintage Photography, Textile Prints, Screen Printing, Textiles

Born in Hull in 1934, Shirley Craven studied art at Hull College of Art and then printed textiles at the Royal College of Art, 1955-58. In 1959, aged 25, she started work at Hull Traders, a textiles firm founded two years earlier in Willesden, London, by entrepreneur Tristam Hull, who had ‘ambitious artistic aspirations’, (Jackson, 2007, p.104). In 1963, she became Chief Designer and a Director of the firm, where she worked for nearly two decades. In 1960 Design magazine described the…

Josh Cochran. Silkscreen for Japan Benefit. Art Photography, Design, Art Director, Director, School Of Visual Arts, The School, College Of Design, Artwork, Visual Art

Illustration is one of those wonderfully versatile forms of mark-making which comes in every different guise imaginable – from dynamic, fast-paced and full of action, to slow, deliberate and painstakingly detailed – so it's more or less a given that the very best illustrators out there will have mastered as many different styles as possible. This is where Josh Cochran comes in.

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