Screen printing has been around for a long time and is the traditional none-digital method of printing. We create a stencil of each separate colour and expose that with photosensitive liquid on to a mesh frame ( or screen ) which holds the stencil.
We then pull the ink through each screen in turn, to build up the colours of the design. Due to the way the process works, it does require a set up charge per colour. As such it lends its self to ethier large runs or designs with less colours.
Screen print prices ( per colour )