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Photo Emulsion Remover, Mesh Prep and Screen Wash Bundle - Choose your size!Photo Emulsion Remover, Mesh Prep and Screen Wash Bundle - Choose your size!
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Screen Printer Takeover: Natasha Luton

Screen Printer Takeover: Natasha Luton

For my Takeover for Hunt The Moon, I thought I would showcase the process of my latest print; The Disco Giraffe in both colour ways, Disco and Natural. Before each design gets to the print stage it starts its life as a hand-drawn illustration, from a rough pencil sketch through to choosing the final black lines and the fun bit of deciding where the colours will sit.
Screenprinter Showcase: Natasha Luton

Screenprinter Showcase: Natasha Luton

Hello! I'm Natasha Luton, a printmaker and artist based in North Devon specialising in screen printing, notably onto textiles (line/cotton). I've recently been screen printing a lot of animals onto wood and preloved clothing. 

I first fell in love with the process of screen printing when I studied fashion and textiles at university. Several years after graduating I started to buy supplies and figure out a way of printing my drawings from home. The rest is history and I've been completely obsessed with creating and printing ever since.

How To Coat a Screen with Photo Emulsion

How To Coat a Screen with Photo Emulsion

Coating a screen with Photo Emulsion and Diazo Sensitiser is a critical step in the screen printing process. It lays the foundation for transferring your designs onto various surfaces with precision and clarity. If you're new to Screen Printing or looking to refine your coating technique, this guide will walk you through the process step by step.