Bring a drawing or design you would like to print on an A5 sheet, and an apron if you're worried about mess.
Make multiples with GOCCO! GOCCO is a fantastic method of photo-silk screen printing for use in a variety of applications for both paper and fabric. Gift tags, greetings cards, zines, pamphlets, pictures to frame, labels and textile designs – the sky is the limit. What is a GOCCO machine I hear you ask? It’s a nifty little Japanese device designed in the 1970’s that allows a fun, non toxic, no mess way to screen print. It uses flashbulbs to transpose images on to a photographic mesh screen which can be used for versatile screen printing that can print in a variety of ways using coloured inks.
You learn all about the GOCCO printing method and how to transfer your design onto the GOCCO mesh and ink up the screen and print. The screens are kept by students who can reproduce their designs at home multiple times.
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