Author: Jonna Saarinen

Email: info@jonnasaarinen.com

Web: http://www.jonnasaarinen.com

Finnish textile designer and Central Saint Martins College & Royal College of Art graduate Jonna Saarinen’s work combines influences from Nordic nature and memories of times gone by, brought together in a range of interior items developed by hand drawing, mark making and screen printing. Since her graduation from the Royal College in the summer 2011, Jonna has launched her self titled homeware label and also worked on several freelance design projects and collaborations, including co-designing a women’s & children’s wear collection with the Design Laboratory at the Innovation Centre of Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. Jonna currently works as a textile designer and a screen printer at her studio in south London, and regards herself as a lover of VW campers and foxes.

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Permaset ink has a viscosity profile optimized to thin under the shear of a squeegee blade, pass through the mesh + then sit up on the fabric without running any further. Block inks generally are formulated to be much much stickier. So, first thing, you will need to use a different sort of brayer and we recommend a small foam roller to lay the ink out. … Read More

18 Dec 2015  | 1 Comment

Screen printing your own t-shirts is a fantastic way to express your individual style, plus it’s inexpensive and easy too! Start off with a simple design, and practice the technique, and you’ll soon have family and friends clamouring for you to make t-shirts for them too.

 

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This t-shirt was designed and screen printed by Sea Urchin Design in Tasmania. You too can achieve a great print like this if you follow our easy steps in this article.

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