Our friends at Sefar have come up with a revolutionary retensionable frame system called TRAX-FRAME and they have donated a bunch of the frame systems for us to use in the demos. That in itself is pretty generous, but they are also giving us 6 kits to giveaway to attendees.
Each kit contains 2 25x36 TRAX FRAMES, the special stretching tool, 12 sets of mesh inserts (255 and 195) and a scoop coater.
I tried these the other day. Once I read the instructions, I tensioned up a new mesh in less than 1 minute. I could do this after 6 beers. It's that easy. the frames are square all around, so you aren't dealing with roller sides.
Just drop by the booth when at Flatstock and enter your name to win.
We will also have some prizes from Speedball and KIWO, who also very generously contributed to the demo print program. Walt Glazier (owner of speedball) will be dropping by and wants to meet some of the artists.
I'll post some pictures. This size will be available soon to the public through their dealers, but it is the first time to introduce it to the GP people.
Just another good reason to come to Flatstock