Artist Anna Banguilan ~
Growing up I was encouraged to be creative and not encouraged to pursue “art” as a career. “Be a doctor, accountant or engineer” as is the case in the family.
Well 30 years later, here I am a graphic artist, business owner and fine artist.
I have sold a few paintings over the years, had my art on home decor items and it has been fun, now I am ready for the next level. “When you are ready the teacher will come” and as a group of us where getting together to brainstorm our “next steps” I found myself in the midst of people who had answers for me, we decided to team up and do an intensive weekend just for artists.
I will be sharing my love and knowledge of marketing with an art gallery owner and an award winning artist!
Are you ready for your next steps?
Are you ready to get your creations out to the world?
This weekend will help you achieve your goals as an artist.
Click here for more information AND $50 off until June, 2013
An example of using halftones to give a 1 color job a little pop!
Umbrellas and golf bags are interesting to print. We have lots of practice having printed many for golf tournaments and schools. These are nylon products. (important)
We use our regular plastisol ink in combination with a bonding agent. Don’t forget to clean your screen, squeegee and discard unused ink.
St Patrick’s Day design and print fun. This was our pick of faves. Our graphics, our print and color picks! Happy Client!
3 color on black T for the University of Hawaii! these are getting hand delivered!!
Those that know me know my passion for motivation and inspiration. Here is are designs for Universal Energy Radio, my co-creative experience with 7 other fabulous hostesses… catch us live daily and on itunes for your daily dose of love & inspiration.
Help support the station by buying a shirt or making a donation at Universal Energy Radio!
Fun and bright t-shirt printed for the Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta.
Organizing files can be a time saver. Here is an alternative to expensive large format filing systems for screen printers. We created an “open file” closet with wired coat hangers and large envelopes. You can categorize by client name then job name, alphabetical or by number whatever works for you. Write the info in the top right corner and if you happen toss the film, you can cover with a label and reuse the envelope.
This is a great example of 4 color process on white. Check out the detail in the sinking boat!