In this episode of DiResta, Jimmy shows you how to make a simple (and cheap) silkscreen.Continue Reading
Etsy user Shannon Broder creates these charming push animal pillows from hand silkscreened fabric.Continue Reading
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Bethany Shorb of Cyberoptix TieLab recently acquired a stash of old used silkscreens to be reclaimed and reused to print her tie designs. But a closer inspection revealed something too interesting to wash out, and these industrial cast-offs generate some truly unique ties.
Jon Sarriugarte and Kyrsten Mate are longtime Maker Faire favorites, whether this husband-wife team is showing off their flame-throwing SS Alpha Fox robot, driving around in their posh Golden Mean Snail Car (also with flame-throwing capabilities), or expertly entertaining the masses from the stage of the Boiler Bar. They’re well-known for metal fabrication, sculpture, fire […]Continue Reading
My grandmother never threw anything away, and kept all of her possessions in pristine order. As a child, this was a little hard to deal with — don’t sit on the bedspread, no shoes on the couch, fold the towel after you dry your hands — but as an adult I’ve come to appreciate her […]Continue Reading
On today’s BBtv, teen correspondent 5t311a demonstrates how to do basic screen printing. BBtv: HOWTO guerrilla t-shirt silkscreening with “5t311a”Continue Reading