Pearl Sutton wrote:If I had a complex design that I'm making very small (with text) I'd go for an iron on transfer printed on an inkjet printer. You can get the detail easily, and it's quick to iron them on, and it's done. Lower tech, not as snazzy as silk screen, but easier on the design process and better graphics.
James Whitelaw wrote:For a project like this I might consider relief printing using a durable design material like wood or linoleum. Perhaps not applicable easily to the design proffered, but certainly could produce a more “wood cut” like design, provide durability for many printings and be cheap.
Making a linoleum block print