Andy Warhol – screen printing in art …

Andy Warhol – screen printing in art …

Andy Warhol – screen printing in art …

American Painter, Draftsman, Filmmaker, and Printmaker

Andy Warhol (born August 6, 1928 in Pittsburgh, New York, was born on August 22, 1987 in New York City, New York, USA), known primarily for his simple, high-contrast compositions using screen printing. The screen-prints produced by consumer products from the average American refrigerator, such as Coca-Cola cans and Campbell’s tomato soup, and everyday items such as poppy seeds, bananas, Brillo powder boxes. Screen printing allowed Warhol to reproduce stylized portraits of the world’s biggest entertainment stars, including Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor. He also created portraits of other well-known characters, such as Mao Zedong, Wlodzimierz Lenin and Joseph Beuys. Andy Warhol treated everything he painted objectively and without unnecessary emotion. Brillo’s powder and banknote of dollars had as much value for him as the likeness of his contemporaries – all consumer goods of American society, pop items. (source:,

Creativity – painting

The artistic path that Andy Warhol followed led him to the top in the field of advertising illustrations. However, before he came to the production of pop screen prints. He used other artistic methods. The first step was the drawings of shoes or self portraits. In art school he created paintings, but his later works consisted mainly of inked illustrations for wholesalers and magazines. Andy Warhol has always dreamed of becoming a true artist, and for the time being he felt he was not treated like a serious illustrator.

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“How can you say one style is better than another? You ought to be able to be an Abstract Expressionist next week, or a Pop artist, or a realist, without feeling you’ve given up something.. I think that would be so great, to be able to change styles. And I think that’s what’s is going to happen, that’s going to be the whole new scene.”

Eco-friendly screen printing

How To Do Eko-Friendly Screen Printing

I will try to present more serious problems that may help others
in change to eko friendly screen printing.

We are proud to lead a small studio for many years, which changed its profile to a greener, we make every effort to minimize our impact on the environment.

Everything you need to know about “green printing” 

If you read this text, you are in the majority of clothing stores to order, – which print silk screen prints, t-shirts and clothes that come out of the dryer, are decorated with plastisol paint. Running a production based on ecological practices and paints is a challenge for everyone.

Ecological and sustainable business practices are the perfect combination, fear of investment prices. Lack of educational resources and the additional need to learn, they have been using plastisol paint in Europe as the predominant method of printing on clothing for decades.  Many of these issues are debatable, and in the last few years a new range of stores and innovative manufacturers has changed. The launch or rebranding as a green printing house is no longer an overwhelming obstacle as it once was.

eco friendly printing - silkscreen printing hause


Transforming Your WorkShop

If you’re trying to take your shop green for the first time, it looks something like this:
– veco-friendly chemicals
– water based ink
– waste recycling
– proper filtration systems

– appropriate marketing


Eco-friendly screen printing

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