Screen-printed wallpaper gallery

Screen-printed images are formed by squeezing ink/ colour through a stencil made from an open-weave fabric stretched over a flat screen.

 

Each colour requires a separate screen stencil and is printed individually. The technique was traditionally a hand-printing process, but some elements of it have been mechanised. Rotary screen-printing uses rollers made from metal mesh rather than a flat-bed screen, and several colours can be printed at the same time as the paper passes through the machine. This process has been successfully used to replicate the appearance of hand-blocked wallpapers

Daniel Heath Studio screen-printing process
Daniel Heath Studio screen-printing process

Photography by InTheWindow

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Daniel Heath Studio screen printing process
Daniel Heath Studio screen printing process

Photography by InTheWindow

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Matthew Meadows screen-printing
Matthew Meadows screen-printing

© Matthew Meadows/Brixton Print Shed

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Daniel Heath Studio screen-printing process, featuring High Wire Wallpaper.
Daniel Heath Studio screen-printing process, featuring High Wire Wallpaper.

Photography by InTheWindow

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'That Feral Mob.' A commemorative wallpaper referencing student protests against UK education cuts
'That Feral Mob.' A commemorative wallpaper referencing student protests against UK education cuts

2013 © Matthew Meadows/Brixton Print Shed

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'Flowerbones.' Designed and hand screen-printed at Brixton Print Shed
'Flowerbones.' Designed and hand screen-printed at Brixton Print Shed

2008 © Matthew Meadows/Brixton Print Shed

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Onyx Skyline wallpaper in black and gold by Daniel Heath Studio
Onyx Skyline wallpaper in black and gold by Daniel Heath Studio

© Daniel Heath Studio, 2016. Photograph Tom Fallon

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Taxidermy Birds wallpaper in colbalt by Daniel Heath Studio
Taxidermy Birds wallpaper in colbalt by Daniel Heath Studio

© Daniel Heath Studio, 2016. Photograph Tom Fallon

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