Screen Printing for Interior Fabric Design
This course gives you the opportunity to experiment with various techniques to decorate fabrics for interiors using silk screen printing and hand-cut stencils. Students will develop design ideas onto natural fabrics like cottons and linens by exploring methods such as printing with pigment and binders, specialist binders such as puff, matt lacquer, metallic and pearl as well as finishing techniques like flocking and foiling...
Taught by: Kangan Arora.
It aims to teach students of all abilities and levels of experience and will include a practical introduction to screen preparation, successful print design work based on library visits and independent research, the execution of sample printing and presentation of these samples for your portfolio.
At the end of the course you should have a bursting sketchbook full of ideas, a variety of paperwork designs and printed samples that can further be produced as cushions, upholstery fabrics, blinds, curtains, etc
- Rubber gloves
- A3 Tracing Paper
- Cartridge paper
- An assortment of black pens and pencils with different thickness and textures.
- Chinagraph pencil
- Black ink
- A selection of inspiring images you would like to work on, references.