Saturday, February 18, 2012

mission accomplished!

Zach accomplished the mission to print 20 wholly different shirts based on his new color palette. We've shared some in a previous post, and here are the rest!

block print t-shirt
zach medler

I love that all of the shirts are one of a kind. The subject matter may repeat, but the colors and placements are new on each shirt. If you're interested in purchasing some or seeing these t-shirts in person, we'll be taking them to Artists' Own in the spring. 

Now that the t-shirts are done, we're packing up and getting ready to leave for Portland this evening. We'll be celebrating Matt's birthday on Sunday and then again on Monday! Hope you have a fun weekend!

3 comments:

Patricia G said...

I think your shirts are great! All of them, and the onesies.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I am also trying to lino print onto cotton tshirts but I don't get such a nice thick coverage. What inks do you use and how do you use them?

Mindy Medler said...

These shirts were done with Speedball silkscreen ink. If this is the ink you want to use, you have to work the ink until it is tacky before you apply it to your block. Speedball now makes block print fabric ink too. It's more expensive but it works really good. I hope this information helps!

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