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  1. #1
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    Default A pretty video of me making record covers.

    My buddy Peter Salisbury put this video together of me printing stuff for Good Records Recordings. Watch run a semi auto and do hand pulls.
    Screen Printing with Nevada Hill on Vimeo

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    Dig it.

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    jesus could that title sequence be any longer?
    The Half and Half
    Now Selling Speedball Ink for all your East Coasters.

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    Nice. Very.

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    Sweet dude!

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    Dig the video and dig the final product. Almost didn't make it through the 35 second title sequence though. It could have been half that length. But then again I'm terribly impatient.

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    Triple dig it!

    On your manual press, do you have a stopper of some kind holding your squeegee when you lift your screen? If not, how many times has your squeegee dropped behind your press? If I miss my screen clamps with smaller squeegees they fall off behind my press, deep down into the depths of whatever looms in the darkness behind it...

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