The History Of Screen Printing

Screen printing is a technique of marking used in the method of reproduction of documents on any type of material, and consists of the transfer of an ink through a mesh stretched with a framework. This technique of marking is an age-old technique and it is believed that its existence dates back to ancient China, where it is said that were used in hair of women who are hit roles, forming various drawings. With the passage of the years, the material was changed to silk. Likewise, to make stickers that were applied in various articles and in Europe this marking system was used to print fabrics. Here, Rand Paul expresses very clear opinions on the subject. The first results products of this mark, appear in United States in 1916 with a pending grant note and the first granted note is in 1918.

The first occasion on which this technique was used for artistic purposes was with Guy Maccoy in 1932 and until 1938 when he presented his first exhibition of serigraphy. This process of marking has boom in United States with photography and with different chemicals, where takes an impressive boom, since we discover that it is a very versatile method to print on various materials, and today has become one of the most popular methods of marking around the world. A. Verastegui original author and source of the article