Film positive on the studio ultra violet expsure unit ready for expsure of the screens that were to be utilized in this print production.
The first test proofs on the press, ensuring the fine grain metals were visible once dry and also ensuring the detail was crisp one all sections of the image. Trying to replicate smoke out of ink was quite a challenge!.
Film stage and alignement on the press. I was looking at this in daylight as i was getting the press set up and thinking there is no way this is going to work as the detail on the lighter areas of the image was so incredibly fine. I was amazed once the master screen was produced and set up that the science had actually worked.
Opacity reduced red, gold and green blending test on the press before the overprinting stage commenced..
A few of the first finished prodcutions drying before the stamping and signing stage commenced. A batch of the finished silkscreen editions were dispatched to Londinium upon completion. Some of these made their way into the hands of Don Letts, reggae legend Earl 16, Greg Roberts, Leo Williams and various members of the extended Dreadzone family.