I have always been hugely inspired by Japanese design whether it’s print, digital or architecture.
For my final major project back in College, I created a range of screen and digital prints that were inspired by Japanese culture, design and typography. I first started by creating base layers of print where I created shapes and symbols that represented Japanese words and meanings just using an open screen technique.
I then developed them further by creating digital files which I then exposed on to a screen to then be able to make clean top layers. I really enjoy screen printing so for me this project was hugely enjoyable and I was incredibly pleased with the final result. Open screen printing is such an interesting process as you can’t always plan the outcome and sometimes can be pleasantly surprised. These three prints were also combined with a separate display of layered, textured, digital and printed Japanese inspired prints.

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