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serigraphy:

see silk-screen printingsilk-screen printing,
multiple printing technique, also known as serigraphy, involving the use of stencils to transfer the design. Paint is applied to a silk or nylon screen and penetrates areas of the screen not blocked by the stencil.
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serigraphy

[sə′rig·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
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These images are listed as limited edition silkscreens and are numbered out of 50.
The artist used glass to carry an image in his previous silkscreen works, but sought an alternative medium because of its extreme fragility.
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Normally, the clearest way to indicate polarity on an LED is to put something like this diode symbol in silkscreen next to, or between, the copper pads.
12 at the UO's Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, is Piper's collaboration with Chris Prater, a fine art silkscreen printer.
THE White Room Gallery in Leamington stages a new show from next Saturday, featuring prints by Tim Southall, a graduate of the Royal College of Art, who creates etchings and bolder silkscreen prints, including Venetian scenes.
Additional advancements include: silkscreen printing (up to 6-color); hot stamping (the whole tube can be hot stamped); label: 8+ color; heat transfer printing: 8+ color; round tubes: 13-, 16-, 19-, 22-, 25-, 30-, 38-, 40-, 45-, 48-, 50-, 55- and 60mm; oval tubes; super ovals and airless tubes.
The work, Lemon Marilyn, is the most sought after of 13 silkscreen prints of the Some Like it Hot star which Warhol knocked off in a few hours in an "assembly line" process.
Pop art legend Peter Blake's silkscreen prints are on show at Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery in Holyhead Road until April 22.
One room is dedicated to the album art of Storm Thorgerson, whose work for the band Pink Floyd includes the light-through-a-prism silkscreen for the ``Dark Side of the Moon'' and the cover from ``The Division Bell,'' with two Easter Island-style giant heads facing each other in a field.
The silkscreen picture depicts Taylor on a vibrant red background and had been owned by the same Los Angeles art dealer since 1965.