Silkscreen prints

“Silkscreen printing is similar to my technic of street-art. To reproduce my paintings with this technic was an artistic process by itself. 
To create an effect of plasticity and 3d by using just one color was a challenge – For my first series of limited edition prints I only selected the most important and strongest artworks”  
Zeitwille 

Discover the limited edition silkscreen prints and start your own art collection

SILKSCREEN PRINT

How does it work?

In theory:

“Screen printing is a printing technique whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh apertures with ink, and a reverse stroke then causes the screen to touch the substrate momentarily along a line of contact.” (Wikipedia)

It is a precise and sequential process of hand-made steps which leads to an artwork. 

The result is a limited edition of prints which leave an impressive focus on every wall. 

Not only since Andy Warhol prints are an important part in the art world. For many collectors buying a print instead of the sometimes expensive original painting offers a possibility to start collecting an artist’s work. 

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Silkscreen printing is similar to my technic of street-art. To reproduce my paintings with this technic was an artistic process by itself.  To create an effect of plasticity and 3d by using just one color was a challenge - For my first series of limited edition prints I only selected the most important and strongest artworks

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Watch the artist create a print and learn more about the process

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A prints is not just a simple copy - every print is unique and special.

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