Water-based Techniques

Book - 1994
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Artist, screenprinter, and teacher Henning (New York Institute of Technology Screenprint Workshop) explains the results of her two-year effort to work out the technical problems of switching from oil-based inks that require toxic solvents to water-based inks that are safer for the environment and the user. After a brief history of screenprinting, she explains the practicalities and techniques. A thorough, carefully prepared reference, abundantly illustrated. Includes a list of suppliers. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Watson-Guptill : 1994
ISBN: 9780823056446
Branch Call Number: 764.8 H393s
Characteristics: 144p illus


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