merchguy in toronto
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merchguy in toronto
Sooooo, how about a rubber stamp?
Nicholas at Trip Print Press
There's also Lunar Caustic press, but i've met nicholas and he was a good guy.
easy to miss when you're talking stereotypes.
joel is a nice and talented guy and can even mix his own colours quite well!
i've used the powder too; i had some issue not mixing it well enough but it actually ended up looking quite cool - like all "abercrombie and fitch" distressed type shit!
yeah, print then cut.
we ran some of these today; 3 cols outside, 1 col. inside, 3 per sheet. The band is folding a far as i know, and if they're smart, they'll score the sheet (so all 3 3 covers)...
some smaller squeegees would have helped a lot too.
i really wish people would stop hanging so many gigposters on the streets.
andy, where will i be able to get ze german version??
wow, their "SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT" on the forums page is incredible!!
wow! i really like photo-print based stuff and this one is looking GOOD!
For folded covers, you can put down a piece of cardboard onto your table that will fit into the covers, taping down the far-side. Then you slip the covers over to keep them in place while you print. ...
i did the shower thing for ages - i had a garden hose attachment screwed to the shower spout/pipe thing with a hose section attached to that. Worked great!
yes it stains, but keep shit ghetto!
i don't think people should use plastisol unless they can cure it properly. it's shit to get a shirt that isn't.
a better way to test is to hold it up against a light and pull a part.
G&S Dye in Toronto may know if you want to do it yourself.
I was going to ask about this ink too.
They have 2 kinds, the Jacquard line being the pro/fine art line, and Vesatex being (i think) their speedball comparable one.
Jacquard Versatex Screen...
well watch yourself - you can't feed them in venice anymore.
i did the jig thing for printing lunch bags (so no handles), but as above - drop them over the edge.
Just got myself a dehumidifier yesterday for my new basement space - also, i'm planning on returning it in 3 months to get another one someplace else and hopefully keep doing this until i don't need...
Just keep the lid tight.
The problem i'm having in my new basement space, is my stacks of paper warping!
i've seen one poster with the white used and in daylight it had a bit of a green tinge to it - very much how i've seen it on shirts.
i'm trying it on black paper as well soon and plan on trying it...
hello! i'm down here in kitchener printing all kinds of freebies that i usually leave lying around town.
your stuff and the fact that you're in toronto is great!
what kind of exposure unit is that?
looks like the kind that could fit in my apartment.