Screen printing or the old reliable of the textile printing world! It’s been around since the 1700’s when silk mesh became a popular import to many ports of call and is still used today, updated in technique of course.
Screen Printing or Silk Screen Printing is the process of transferring a stenciled logo, design, or graphic onto a surface using a mesh screen, ink, and a specialized squeegee. The image is placed onto the mesh screen then the ink is pushed through by the squeegee, imprinting the image on the surface below.
Though screen printing is most notable for its use on fabrics, it’s earliest uses were that of printing press papers and today can be used on almost anything: fabrics, papers, but also woods, plastics, and even metal