1. Silkscreening with Zach Klein

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    Last November, when I visited my friend Zach Klein in his Williamsburg apartment, I filmed this silkscreening session. I hope you like it.

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    • Print/Pull Bump

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      Print/Pull printmaking show in St. louis, Mo. February 18th featuring: John Vogl, Delicious Design League, Sleepy Kitty, Kevin McCoy, Rashaad Whittier, Kirsten O' Loughlin, Blaine Deutsch, and Vadim Gershman. Curated by Kevin McCoy of www.StoopidFresh.com Video production by www.Mademonarchs.com Featured artist in video www.Sleepykittyarts.com Canon 7d 17-40mm F4L 50mm 1.8 Peleng 8mm (fisheye) Music: Madlib-Montara (instrumental) Color Grading in Apple Color Color profile in camera set to "super flat"

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      • Batik Printing Factory

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        This factory uses a silkscreen process to make textiles. They make them for Indonesia, Africa, and many countries in the middle east. Workers get paid 2 dollars a day.

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        • Silkscreening Newspaper Blackout Poems

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          from Austin Kleon / Added

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          Painter/printmaker Curtis Miller pulls screenprints of Newspaper Blackout Poems in San Marcos, Texas. Video hacked together with footage from my Aiptek cheapcam and Quicktime Pro. See more: http://www.austinkleon.com

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          • DIY Screen Printing

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            from Kyle Brodie / Added

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            Hola! This video walks the viewer through the steps of my screen printing process. I've organized it chronologically. Please let me know if you have any questions! Supply List: Architect Lamp w/ 300w bulb Printing Surface with Hinges Screen (I like to use white 156 mesh; 24x18) Photo Emulsion (Speedball) Squeegee (Speedball) Transparencies (not ink-jet) Glass Water access (outside water hose) Tooth-bursh/sponge/scrubber (Old everything) Tape (masking or painter's) Ink (Speedball) Icing spatula Paper Towels/Newspaper (Free papers from Gas Stations) Paper or shirt to print on Drying Surface (preferably with fan overhead) Bleach (This works in the removal process for Speedball Diazo Photo Emulsion) If you cannot find these supplies locally, I recommend silkscreeningsupplies.com (Fast Delivery; Good Customer Service).

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            • welcome to the tea shack

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              title // welcome to the tea shack project info // this was the first project I worked on as a filmmaker. sid and i got together to make a promotional video for his art collective the tea shack project and i am very happy how it turned out. music // david moncayo and n/a

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              • Creative Cloth Dyeing

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                from Claire & Leslie / Added

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                Creative Cloth Dyeing: Scraping, Blending and Silk screening

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                • Untitled

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                  • Silkscreens

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                    from Harvard Art Museums / Added

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                    "Silkscreens" follows the choreography of printmakers at work pulling an edition of "The Dutch Wives" by artist Jasper Johns. (Johns does not appear in this film.) A print of "The Dutch Wives" was part of the exhibition "Jasper Johns / In Press: The Crosshatch Works and the Logic of Print," which was on view May 22—August 18, 2012 at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum. Learn more about the exhibition at harvardartmuseums.org/jasperjohns. Film: Katy Martin, 1978, DVD from Super 8mm film, color, 20 minutes Sound: Richard Teitelbaum

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                    • Hanafuda/Jasper Johns

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                      from Harvard Art Museums / Added

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                      "Hanafuda/Jasper Johns" captures the artist Jasper Johns and the master Japanese silkscreen printers at Simca Print Artists as they create three different images from Johns’s "Usuyuki" and "Cicada" series. Prints from the "Usuyuki" and "Cicada" series were part of the exhibition "Jasper Johns / In Press: The Crosshatch Works and the Logic of Print", which was on view May 22—August 18, 2012 at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum. Learn more about the exhibition at harvardartmuseums.org/jasperjohns. Film: Katy Martin, 1978–81, DVD from Super 8mm film, color, 35 minutes

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