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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of silkscreen.


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  • Then I purchased plain canvas tote bags and "silkscreened" the bird image we've used throughout the wedding.


  • Then skilled workers apply the finishing touches, including the customer’s name silkscreened onto the frame.

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  • If every hardcover I have could be printed paper-over-board or silkscreened right onto the book fabric, I would be a happy designer.

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  • Lollia Petite Luminaries: Soy candles scented with natural floral perfumes and silkscreened in romantic prints. $32 each at

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  • She came back with a black knit hat that had a skull with wings silkscreened on it in white.

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  • The silkscreened skulls with wings had a distressed quality, but the brightness of these embellishments made the black of the shirt deeper, darker.

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  • Ms. Cunningham's values are evident in every aspect of the site, from the personalized thank you notes enclosed with each order to special commissions, like the handkerchiefs she had silkscreened with a letter written by her grandmother in the 1920s.

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  • Eerie tunes reminiscent of early 20th century circus music played while models showed off dresses silkscreened with distorted images of clowns.

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  • Jeans, a T-shirt and a pair of silkscreened Converse are his idea of business attire.

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  • Each image is drawn and redrawn many times to distill it to its essence, displaying various influences and inspirations: cyanotypes explore Hindu and eastern influences, camouflage color patterns look at the wear of army men, and silkscreened links of chain hint at some of McGinness's processes and underlying concepts.

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