Ellens Silkscreening & Embroidery | Custom eight color silkscreen screen print for the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles video step-by-step
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See How We Created Depth In A Print For The Natural History Museum

See How We Created Depth In A Print For The Natural History Museum

When the design team at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles contacted us about printing their 2018 Nature Fest t-shirts, they wanted to create the illusion of depth in their design.

 We achieved effect this by printing the foreground elements of the image with full saturation and opacity, and then by thinning down the inks in the background of the image, specifically the green ink used to print the palm trees. In the video below, you can see the fluidity of that shade of green compared to the other colors:

Here are the final results of their eight color design: