This online workshop takes place on Tuesday, May 4th, from 5-7 PM PST via Zoom Meeting. You will receive login directions before the workshop.
Are you bored with plain t-shirts, white kitchen towels, and blank pillows? Are you itching to make custom printed cards, artwork, or wrapping paper? Learn the basics of block printing in this fun-filled workshop!
Everyone will learn how to carve a rubber block/stamp with their design, apply ink, and print! This class will focus on printing on fabric, but the techniques learned can translate to many other materials, like paper, clothing, and wood. Once you learn, you won't want to stop! The possibilities are endless and make great gifts!
Choose from two booking options:
1. Supply your own materials! You will need a lino cutter, a rubber printing block, an ink pad, paper, and a pencil for this workshop.
2. Purchase a block printing kit from us that includes:
About the Instructor:
Orlie Kapitulnik is a freelance illustrator, printmaker, and occasional mural painter based out of San Francisco, CA. In her art practice, she explores imperfect lines and shapes inspired by homey spaces, vintage cookbooks, and chunky animals. She has taught printmaking classes at 3 Fish studios for the past 3 years as well as virtually this past year with San Francisco Center for the Book. She loves dogs, colorful ombrés and a good cheese plate.