How it's done
All our products are hand made and in house. That way we can control the entire production process from conceptualization to realization. Currently, our workshop is based in Lyon, France. We are still limited to screen printing but aim to evolve and expand our workshop with time. Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee.
All screen printed products we sell in our Shop are made the same way.
We choose a mesh screen to suit the complexity of the design, and the texture of the fabric being printed. The mesh screen is then coated with a layer of light-reactive emulsion, which will harden when developed under bright light.
The acetate sheet featuring the design is then laid onto the emulsion-coated screen, and the whole thing is exposed to a very bright light. The light hardens the emulsion, so the parts of the screen which are covered by the design remain in liquid form.
After the screen has been exposed for a set time, the areas of the screen not covered by the design will have turned hard. Any unhardened emulsion is then carefully rinsed away. This leaves a clear imprint of the design on the screen for the ink to pass through.
The screen is then dried, and the printer will make any necessary touch-ups or corrections to make the imprint as accurate as possible to the original design.
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