HEXAMINE HEIGHTS SILKSCREEN WALL ART PRINT PRODUCTION

By Damon Roberts

HEXAMINE HEIGHTS SILKSCREEN WALL ART PRINT PRODUCTION

Setting up the press and getting the alignment sorted ready for the first layer of the Hexamine Heights prints.

The first acetates ready for exposing on to the high resolution screens.

Another set of films layed up ready for exposure. I'm always interested to see individual component films on the light box as you can start to see other possibilities.

Another component of the production which when on press was overprinted several times using vivid red, fluoro orange and a gradiated varnish so the final  impression was an incredibly strong vibrant hit of colour.

You can see here how the inks are almost embossed on the sheets surface they were hit so many times.

Sometimes the computer screen only affords so much clarity so the films for this particualar layer was layed up on a lightbox in the studio and etched in using a scalple to clean up any unwanted areas.

Serious levels of visual complexity!