Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To print using the silk-screen process.

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Examples

  • The most immediately striking work here is also the most lazy: Scott King's Pink Cher, a dazzlingly bright screen-print of the singer as the revolutionary that might pass as a subversive comment on the commodification of radical politics in the celebrity age if it were part of an undergraduate show, but I doubt it.

    Newspeak: British Art Now

  • Cheetos-stained jeans, sandals, and a hysterically ironic screen-print T-shirt.

    The PlayBook

  • Similar styles popped up during the election, like Warhol-style renderings of Obama -- which is ironic since the famous screen-print portrait series is seen as an attempt to deconstruct pop-culture icons and illustrate their manufactured reality.

    Eric Shutt: Identity Politics: A Social Media Election Retrospective

  • I have been teaching screen-print all day and I'm exhausted...

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • A Paolozzi screen-print is resting against the door, which now serves as a cat barrier during the summer months.

    Boing Boing

  • This is the first application of printing technology that allows consumers to walk up, design and print a custom message on a T-shirt of any color with screen-print quality.

    Disney Design-a-Tee Grand Opening at Downtown Disney | The Disney Blog

  • Savoy made screen-print copies of these files as evidence.

    Appeals Court Misfired in Hack-Counterhack Dispute

  • "They got amazing things," said artist Chuck Close, who agreed to donate a 2007 screen-print self-portrait, with an estimate of $70,000 to $100,000.

  • But the bibliomaniac pieces by New York artists Richard Baker (no relation) and Tom Burckhardt at Gregory Lind join a line of book-based art that links Dada days with the assemblages of John Latham (1921-2006) and the late R.B. Kitaj's screen-print suite "In Our Time: Covers From a Small Library" (1969) and the 21st century work of San Franciscan Steve Wolfe.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • There are references only to Warhol, Basquiat, Koons and Haacke in the catalogue, but in the exhibition Koons's steel bust of Louis XIV is the only significant sculpture, and that Warhol's Dollar Sign I took to be a designer's effect rather than an exhibit has a certain irony about it if, in fact, it is an original screen-print worth many millions.

    Evening Standard - Home

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