What do you get when you take a lemon yellow wall and jazz it up with hot pink ink?
This screen printing project took place at the Children’s Museum of the Ohio Valley. The 25″x36″ screen was made by cutting vinyl on a giant plotter at TechShop Pittsburgh and then sticking it onto the back of the screen. The vinyl method worked really well since the logo was so large and lacked tiny details.
The layout was inspired in part by the famous Andy Warhol cow wall paper:
Americorps volunteers held the screen in place as I awkwardly pulled the squeegee from left to right. The prints were just the right amount of imperfect. Andy would be proud.