Google translated from Swedish
Here’s how it works:
I start by drawing a design in black and white. It must be rasterized in Photoshop to contain no grays.
The fabric I buy second hand in a shop near me. Then I cut the fabric pieces to the bag and handles. Then I take the fabric for screen printing shop in Nybro studios that I agree to.
This is the beginning screen printing process. First coats I screen trycksram of emulsion (in darkness). After it has been dried for 12 hours is illustrated in the UV-lamp with the motif printed on an OHP.
The frame is washed and after it is dried is the motive attached to the emulsion. It is ready for use. I then choose which ink I want. Either clean or so I mix a custom color.
The colors should be kept chilled in the refrigerator along with the emulsion and cleaning.
Now I have access to a t-shirt printing machine, so I clamp the frame in it and the fabric is drawn down in the ground. It is meant to keep the fabric and the frame in place.
On the color of the frame! I have taped a little bit here because there were holes in the emulsion in some places. With a knife I pull over then paint over the frame. The color which adheres to the fabric.
As you lift the frame and the fabric is finished printed! After it has dried, so I stress the fabric with an iron so that the paint sticks to the fabric and so that the bag can be machine washed.
When I’m done with a pressure-washed the emulsion off the frame and greased.Then I start to sew the bags. Each bag takes about 1 hour to a total.
Then I make the bag entirely by hand in all processes will be differences in pressure, the design, and in color. No bag is identical to the other.
The fabric quality is different depending on what I’ve got hold of the fabric.
I receive orders for bags, prints and fabrics. All bags will cost 150 bucks a pop.
If you want to buy or order a bag, you can send an email to filippa.levemark @ gmail.com for more information.