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    it yourself
  • (It's Yourself) It's Yourself is a 1976 B-Side by the English progressive rock group Genesis, recorded during the sessions for "A Trick of the Tail", their first album after the departure of original lead singer Peter Gabriel.
    printing
  • reproduction by applying ink to paper as for publication
  • A single impression of a book
  • the business of producing printed material for sale or distribution
  • text handwritten in the style of printed matter
  • The production of books, newspapers, or other printed material
  • Handwriting in which the letters are written separately rather than being joined together
    t shirt
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
do it yourself t shirt printing - Home Screen
Home Screen Printing Workshop: Do It Yourself Techniques, Design Ideas, and Tips for Graphic Prints
Home Screen Printing Workshop: Do It Yourself Techniques, Design Ideas, and Tips for Graphic Prints
Images produced by the process of screen-printing surround us everywhere we go, from the garments we wear to the pillows we put on our couches; from the bags we carry our belongings in to the mugs from which we drink coffee. Screen printing has a long history--it is the way Andy Warhol had his celebrity portraits produced. It can be done on a large scale, but it is also very easy to do with simple and affordable materials at home. With the increasing interest in personalization and in making a statement with your own customized clothes and artwork, screen printing is being rediscovered by the younger DIY audience. It is a technique with a long history--but suddenly lots of crafters are trying their hand at it at home.
The aim of this book is to simplify the process of screen-printing. Presented in a step-by-step format to show that it can be used in a variety of environments, whether they plan to print on a table in a kitchen (that's how Laura Ashley started her design empire in London), a longer table in a garage, or a full studio in a basement or loft. It will also include chapters on adapting screen-printing to special areas of artistic interest and suggestions for applying the technique to produce something beautiful and functional. Home Screen Printing Workshop shows them how to print their own designer T-shirts, tote bags, scarves or posters, banners and serigraphs. The sections include simple resist printing, making a direct block out screen, making a photographic screen with found objects, making a one color simple repeat design, printing a multicolor design, printing on t-shirts, creating an engineered print, using the drama of B&W, printing with three dimensional ink, discharge printing (ink-less printing), making a photographic screen with textures, and solving common screen print problems.

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My Print Wall
My Print Wall
This is my print wall in my new room. Its just starting out but i like it so far. I will tag+note all of those awesome print's owners. So check 'em out! >>I have a ton of tags to catch up to....here we go: tagged by Jacqueline Favorite... Number - 15, 9, 2, 3, Colour – green and blue, dark plum, red, white, black Day – all of them, usually saturday though Month – don't really have one, but i like fall Song – too many to name...don't get me started Food – soup, sandwiches/panini , sushi, rice, pasta, kota, frozen yogurt, nuts, avacado, cucumbers Sport – all of them really but i like running- track, cross country (i suck at sports involving raquests or bats though) Drink – tea! water! smoothies! Candy – recess, peanut m&ms Ice Cream – frozen yogurt or gelato! I like mint-choclate chip, blueberry crumble, vanilla, and more flavors. Season – Fall/Autumn Bands – lots of them Movie – bridge to therebitia Website - flickr and deviant art Animal – owls, puppies/dogs Item of Clothing – jeans, t-shirts, sweaters, cardigans, my crazy hat, shoes Word – hmm...i don't know Place – i like exploring! I like walking in downtown, botanic gardens, forests, park reserves, and more. tagged by Lexi 31 Favourite Things: (in no order) 1. books+tea 2. the only good thing about being sick-comfy clothes, eating soup and drinking tea, sleeping, and just staying home 3. exploring, observing 4. taking walks or jogging 5. talking (haha) 6. notebooks and sketchbooks 7. helping people/making them smile 8. discovering/realizing something 9. rain 10. autumn 11. learning something new/discoveries 12. early mornings 13. buying something you really want and think you need (because i can never find anything) 14. glances 15. kindness 16. quilt (instead of blanket) 17. hugs 18. genuine laughs/smiles 19. natural light 20. car rides (where its okay for a comfortable silence, just to think) 21. that feeling when you think you are invincible 22. fresh fruit+veggies 23. cooking/making food 24. reading as slow as you can when your on the last page of a really good book 25. no homework 26. going through home videos, photos, scrap books, ect. 27. traditional art-painting, sketching, watercolors, ect. 28. snapping a shot you really like 29. good surprises/unexpected situations/something out of routine 30. that time when someone asks you what you want to do when you have nothing to do and you answer with something random/challenging/victorious 1. Person You hung out with: my friend 2. Rode in a car with: my friend and her mom 3. Went to the movies with: my sister to see HP 4. Went to the mall with: my friend 5. You talked on the phone to: my cousin 6. Made you laugh: my friend 7. Last person you told and/or they told you they Loved you: family W O U L D Y O U R A T H E R. 1. Pierce your nose or tounge: neither but since i have to answer..nose 2. Be serious or be funny: funny 3. Drink whole or skim milk: Soy/skim 4. Die in a fire or get strangled? Strangled, i don't want to be burned to death 5. Spend time with your parents or enemies: parents A N S W E R T R U T H F U L L Y 1. Do you like anyone: Yes i do. 2. Sun or moon: Sun 3. Winter or Summer: Winter!! 4. Left or right: left 5. 10 acquaintances or two best friends: 2 best friends 6. Sunny or rainy: Rainy! A B O U T Y O U 1. What time is it: 5:50 AM 2. First Name: Diana 3. Where do you wanna live: I don't know 4. How many kids do you want: I don't know 5. Do you want to get married: Yeah, someday 6. Do you twirl your spaghetti or cut it: Twirl it! 7. Have you ever eaten spam: Uh, no? 8. Favorite ice cream: Frozen Yogurt!!!!! 9. How many kinds of cereal are in your cabinet: 2 10. Do you cook: Yes, i like to once in a while 11. Current mood: Tired I N T H E L A S T 48 H O U R S H A V E Y O U 1. Kissed some one: Nope 2. Sang: Yeah..haha my fave songs 3. Been hugged: Yeah by family 4. Felt stupid: yes, because of my clumsiness and akwardness 5. Missed someone: Yu 6. Danced Crazy: Sure 7. Gotten your hair cut: No :( but i do want to change up my hair, either cut it or grow it out 8. Cried: Nope S T U F F 1. Have you ever been searched by the cops: No, never 2. Do you have a Dog: No 3. When's the last time you've been sledding: uh...not in a while 4. Would you rather sleep with someone else or alone? Alone 5. Do you believe in ghosts: No...kinda though..like spirits 6. Do you consider yourself creative: Sure, i like to express my self through art tagged by India-Mae 12 thruths: What was your: 1.Last beverage - water 2.Last song you listened to - Goodbooks by Leni 3.Last time you cried - Don't know...the last time i saw a sad movie 4.What time you woke up today - 5 then went back to sleep until 7:30 5.Something you can't wait for - new things/chances 6.Right or lefty - Right hand! But I've tried using my left hand haha Which is better? 7.Lips or eyes - both but i like eyes!! 8.Hugs or kisses - Hugs, you can't go wrong! Do you believe in: 9.Yourself - Yeah 10. Miracles - Of corse 1
MIX A BUILDING AND THE WIND
MIX A BUILDING AND THE WIND
An Interview with Yoko Ono by Hans Ulrich Obrist, 1992 Q: Could you tell me a little about the early beginnings of instructions in your work? YOKO: It started with music. I was trained as a musician since my pre-school years. My mother put me in a very special school called Jiyu-Gakuen in Japan, before I went to the elementary school. Jiyu-Gakuen, which translates as "Learning Garden of Freedom," gave early musical training to pre-school children. We learnt perfect pitch, harmony, playing the piano, and composing simple songs. Some very famous Japanese composers came out of this school. One of the most important things I learnt in that school, though I only knew how important it was in hindsight, was to listen to the sounds in ones' own environment. We received homework in which you were supposed to listen to the sound of the day, and translate each sound into musical notes. This made me into a person who constantly translated the sounds around her into musical notes as a habit. Q: The sounds of the city... YOKO: The sounds of the city and the sounds of your life of that particular day. Then you had to transform that into musical notation. Isn't that amazing? Q: Really amazing. And that was a task in school? YOKO: Yes, in the 1930s. It was an incredible idea. It was homework... to transform the sounds into notations. So in my childhood, I was always doing that in my mind. When the clock went ding, ding, ding, I repeated it in my mind afterwards. I did not count when the clock chimed, but after the chime stopped. That was what came naturally to me. In hindsight, it was a remarkably interesting exercise. The whole concept of transforming noise into notation, sounds like what was done by Cage, later...but it was just homework in a kindergarten for early musical training. When I was living in my parents home in Westchester, N.Y., I was woken up in the morning by a grand chorus of the birds outside my window. I found myself, automatically, making an attempt to translate the sounds of the symphony of birds into musical notes. Then I realized that since the singing of many, many birds was so complex, I could not possibly translate it into musical notations. I didn't have the ability to, is how I first thought. But I immediately realized that it was not a question of my ability, but what was wrong with the way we scored music. Something got lost in the translation when you tried to notate the chorus of the birds. The score became a mere simplification of the natural sounds without it's original intricate beauty. Of course, you could make a whole complex world of musical order, entirely separate from sounds of nature . But if you wished to bring in the beauty of natural sounds into music, suddenly you noticed that the traditional way we scored music in the West was not the way. So I decided to combine notes with instructions. Composers who created Music Concrete must have gone through the same feelings I felt then. It was a natural step from there to creating Events and Instructions for paintings and sculptures. In music you write the score and the performer interprets to perform it as closely as possible to the score. But the outcome is always merely an interpretation. When the score says pianissimo, how pianissimo are you supposed to express it? It depends on the interpretation of the musician. So there's always an argument to be made. It's fascinating in that, in music, there was a separation of the score and the performance. Artists, whether they are composers or visual artists, always want their work to exist in eternity exactly how they have created it. But it is impossible for their work to maintain it's original condition, and in the case of music, it to be performed exactly in the way they intended. John Lennon once told a reporter, "Yoko got ideas like other people have diarrhea. It's like she's got diarrhea of the mind." It's true that ideas came to me like I was tuning into some radio from the sky. So I was always frustrated that I couldn't realize most of my ideas. But by instructionalizing my artwork I was, in effect, delegating the final outcome of it to others. It cleaned up my head which was clogged with ideas. Until then, sometimes for financial reasons, sometimes for technical difficulties, I could never realize all the ideas which were literally bombarding me. But now, I could just write instructions. It freed me. I became more and more daring. The instructions became more and more conceptual as well. In the conceptual world, you did not have to think about how an idea could be realized physically. I could be totally daring. Q: And so the idea was that in making these projects there were no limits? YOKO: Exactly. Because then, I discovered, that by instructionalizing art, you did not have to stick to the two-dimensional or three-dimensional world. In your mind, you can be in touch with a six-dimensional world, if you wished. You can also mix an apple and

do it yourself t shirt printing
do it yourself t shirt printing
Do It Yourself Screenprinting
A fascinating graphic novel that details the art and science of screenprinting from inception to printed t-shirts! It teaches you how to build a screen, burn an image, test how things are going, pull ink, wash out screens, and creative ideas. A true joy to see the exaggerated illustrations while learning such a useful and practical craft. How to turn your home into a t-shirt factory! Essential for people who don't know how to screenprint or those who are a bit rusty. The expanded sections talk about John's personal experience selling printed shirts on the street in Berkeley and working on a t-shirt printshop. Crucial information and entertainment.

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