Screen printing goes back many many years… I believe it’s one of the most ancient forms of printing (cave man old)..but back then you wouldn’t find people printing the same way we do today.In the good ol days they used actual silk from the silk worm and banana leaves of some sort to create elaborate stencils and beautiful prints of the emperors pets or the wealthy people’s textiles.This ancient art form is everywhere, from the t shirt on your back to the microchips in your tv or stereo. it truly is a beautiful versatile art form that is applicable on almost any flat surface. Although, printing on concave and convex surfaces is possible like mugs or hats, so I present you some works I’ve had the opportunity to produce at Pcc graphics communications dept. much love to kris,John,Erika and Dave also the amazing Murphy, Justin and Jason bigups to all the friends I’ve made in this dept. too rock on!
It’s been five weeks since I began working on a small city car. A one box car to be more specific, this is my first transportation project at artcenter at night. my main emphasis was on window exploration and vehicle proportion. This project taught me a couple of things, one, explore the hell out shapes and form, two,markers and chalk are great but messy and third, a good designer is an educated designer in other words, know your shit before you get your hands dirty. This will help explain your design better both verbally and visually.
(concept) Create a micro-buss or taxi that had great visibility for the driver and passengers. The design grew out of many little concept drawing I made during the ideation process, Designing it was the easy part but then thinking about its functions and creating multiple views of the design was the hardest part. It could be revisited in the future to make further adjustments and corrections But all in all I’m satisfied with it being my first transportation project.. Thank you Al Yu.