Screen Printing

Screen printing, also known as silk screening or serigraph printing, is a process where multiple screen stencils line up, ink is pushed through the mesh screen onto fabric to create a “stencil,” and the fabric is cured through a large dryer.

Screen Printing Up Close

Colored inks are pushed through one at a time to create the most high-quality image possible, and the screen printing process can be manipulated easily to achieve the desired effect.

Screen Printing in Action

Screen printing is one of the most widely used decoration techniques in the world today, with the majority of prints created as a result of this method.

The process can apply vibrant, long-lasting color designs onto various printable surfaces, such as fabric, vinyl, glass, metal, and many others.